Autumn Series of Exams Information
As previously announced there will be a full series of GCE A, AS and GCSE in all subjects available in autumn 2020.
This may be the route you wish to take if your centre assessed grade(s) has prohibited you from moving on to your next step.
The timetable will run as follows:
- GCE AS and A-level examinations start on Monday 5 October and finish on Friday 23 October.
- GCSE examinations start on Monday 2 November and finish on Monday 23 November.
The deadlines for the exams office at Bosworth Academy are:
- (GCE AS & A-level) – 28th August
- GCSE (except English Language and Mathematics) – 14th September
- GCSE (English Language and Mathematics) – 4 October
The exam boards will post the timetables on their websites. We will put these onto our website in due course. The form to submit will be available from Monday 24th August.
If you wish to sit any of these exams contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be aware that the entry deadline for anyone wanting to sit an exam is the 04th September.
We cannot accept any late requests.
If you require an entry form please email email@example.com as soon as possible so that entries can be submitted before the deadline.
Information From Results Days 2020
GCSE RESULTS DAY: Thursday 20th August 2020
Following the U turn around GCSE grades in the news yesterday afternoon, here is some clarification about what will happen this Thursday.
This Thursday (20th August), the GCSE results the students will receive are the Centre Assessed Grades – the grades their teachers believed the students would receive. These are the GCSE grades that should be used in applying for A levels, college courses or apprenticeships. There was a rigorous process involved in terms of the teachers submitting these grades and a range of evidence used that was stipulated by Ofqual.
To clarify the government statement from yesterday, “ official results will be released to students next week” means that where a student’s calculated grade (using the algorithm) was higher than the Centre Assessed Grades, the higher of the two grades would count. It is only expected that around 1% of grades nationally will be higher, therefore it is unlikely that grades will be upgraded. However, if this is the case for any of our students we will contact home as soon as the ‘official results’ are received.
If you have opted for your results to be emailed, a reminder that this will occur in the afternoon after results have been given out in school. All results will be printed and available to be picked up.
GRADING IN 2020: Information For Students
AS/A LEVEL RESULTS DAY: Thursday 13th August 2020
If your results are not quite what you’d hoped for, please make an appointment to see a member of the Post 16 Team by emailing Mrs Lesley Cordin, Post 16 Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or in person when you collect your results.
Please note that in order to continue into Year 13, you must have achieved a minimum of two E grades at AS, or end of year internal grades, and be continuing in those subjects.
If you wish to drop a subject going forward into Year 13, please see Mrs Cordin in the Post 16 Office for a blue form at the start of the autumn term. Forms will NOT be available until then.
NB: Arrangements may change in line with Government guidance.