GCE exam results day is Thursday 16th August, and GCSE results day is Thursday 23rd August. The Studio will be open to students to pick up their GCE results. GCSE results day will be held in Rye College.
If you are on unable to attend on this day to pick up your results, they can be emailed to you providing you send an email to email@example.com. This email request can be made in advance and you must use your Rye Studio email account to do so. Requests from other email providers (e.g. hotmail, yahoo etc) will not be authorised. Your Rye Studio email accounts will remain active until after the summer holiday.
Students can collect their results between 10am and 2pm. If they wish to nominate a family member to collect them on their behalf, they will have to complete the attached form. WE CANNOT RELEASE RESULTS UNLESS THIS FORM IS COMPLETED.
Information Documents (PDFs)
No Mobile Phones Poster - possession of mobile phones, mp3 players, digital storage devices, iWatches, iPads etc are all strictly prohibited in examinations. With the advent of smart watches and wrist-worn data storage devices, all wristwatches are now prohibited in examinations.
Summer 2018 Written GCSE Exam Timetable
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The Arts Exams 2018
GCSE Photography: Thursday 26th April - Thursday 3rd May (3 sessions, 2 days per session)
GCSE Art: Monday 30th April - Thursday 3rd May (2 sessions, 2 days per session)
A-Level Graphics: Wednesday 2nd May - Friday 4th May
A-Level Art & A-Level Textiles: Wednesday 9th May - Friday 11th May
A Level Photography: Monday 14th May - Wednesday 16th May
Documents from the Joint Council for Qualifications website
Parents - during the exam period:
Try to ensure that:
- Your daughter/son gets a good night’s sleep before exams.
- They know the start times of every exam that they are taking that day.
They have all the equipment they need:
- At least 2 new black pens (blue pens are not allowed in JCQ controlled examinations), and 2 sharp pencils;
- a rubber;
- a ruler.
Sometimes they may also need:
- a calculator (A Level Maths, GCSE Maths Paper 2, and all science exams allow calculators);
- a protractor;
- a compass;
- coloured pencils.
Pencil cases must be transparent.
Please also note:
Water is allowed in clear bottles with labels removed (no fizzy and no squash).
Sweets are only allowed in clear plastic bags, and without wrappers.
If your son/daughter is too ill to take their exam
Inform us immediately by leaving a message with Jo in the office by telephone on 01797 222545 for the Exams Officer;
Take your son/daughter to their GP, explain that your daughter/son is too ill to take their exam and ask for a certificate or a note.
Ensure that the certificate is sent to the school as soon as possible, addressed to the Exams Officer with a covering note from you.
The school will then apply to the exam board for special consideration. In this way your son/daughter may gain a mark for the missed exam. Please note that this is not guaranteed and if granted will be an average assessed on your daughter/son’s previous performance.
Exams Certificates are issued in the autumn, and due to the value and privacy attached, have to be signed for and collected in person. If you wish to allow a family member to collect these for you, please complete the attached form. WE CANNOT RELEASE CERTIFICATES UNLESS THIS FORM IS COMPLETED.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you would like more help or advice to prepare your son/daughter for their GCSE's.