If you wish to contact the school’s Exams Officer, please do so via the main school telephone number 01727 854726 or email@example.com. If you have an appointment to visit the Exams Officer, please report to Reception on arrival. Please note that the information on this page may relate to the current or the previous academic year, depending upon when dates and deadlines become available. If in doubt, please contact the Exams Office or the relevant Head of Year for clarification.
The Exams Office is open 8.30 am to 3.30 pm during term time.
Beaumont School’s Centre Number is 17511, for use in completing examination forms.
If you wish to contact the school’s Exams Officer, please do so via the main school telephone number 01727 854726 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have an appointment to visit the Exams Officer, please report to Reception on arrival.
Please note that the information on this page may relate to the current or the previous academic year, depending upon when dates and deadlines become available. If in doubt, please contact the Exams Office or the relevant Head of Year for clarification.
Internal Examinations: 2021 – 2022
Year 11 Mock Exams will take place from 10th to 25th November 2021. The timetable can be downloaded here. Students will receive their personalised timetables, including details of any exam clashes, after Half Term.
Students are advised to familiarise themselves with the requirements for written public examinations here.
Year 13 Mock Exams will take place from 10th to 19th January 2022.
Year 12 students take Threshold Exams in the second half of the Summer Term, from 6 to 17 June 2022.
Please note, any students studying at Consortium schools should be aware that mock examinations may take place at alternative times, and should check with their relevant subject teachers.
End of Year Exams for Years 7 to 10 will take place from 6th to 10th June 2022.
A useful Revision Booklet, written by members of the Beaumont Teaching & Learning Team can be downloaded here.
External Examinations: 2021 – 2022
Parents and students may wish to visit the DofE’s “Be Exam Smart” website for information and ‘guidance to help students avoid making mistakes which could lose them marks or lead to disqualification from an exam’.
Autumn 2021 Series
Any student who receives a teacher-assessed grade (TAG) this summer, or who would have entered for the exams in Summer 2021 had they taken place, can take the corresponding GCSE, AS and A Level exams in Autumn 2021. In addition, any student who was aged at least 16 on 31 August 2021 can take the GCSE English Language and Mathematics examination.
Adaptations will only be made for some GCSE subjects that had a previous arrangement following Ofqual’s consultation in 2020. There will be no non-examination assessments, with all grades determined by students’ performance in the exams only (with the exception of Art and Design qualifications). Students will be able to carry forward endorsement grades.
Deadlines for entry
- GCE AS and A Level – Wednesday 8th September
- GCSE – Monday 4th October
Please complete the form here, and send by midday on the relevant deadline day to email@example.com.
- GCE AS and A Level examinations start on Monday 4th October and finish on Friday 22nd October.
- GCSE English Language and Mathematics examinations start on Monday 1st November and finish on Tuesday 9th November.
- GCSE (all other subjects) examinations start on Monday 15th November and finish on Friday 3rd December.
GCE AS and A Level results will be issued on 16th December
GCSE English Language and Mathematics results will be issued on 13th January
GCSE (all other subjects) results will be issued on 24th February
Please refer to the information regarding Post-Results Services at the end of the exams section, specific Autumn 2021 guidance and forms to be completed.
Final dates for clerical checks, reviews of marking, reviews of moderation or other results enquiries are as follows:
GCE AS and A Level – 3rd February
GCSE English Language and Mathematics – 17th February
GCSE (all other subjects) – 31st March
University Admissions Testing
Beaumont School will be running tests on 3rd and 4th November 2021.
Please refer to this document regarding the dates and format of these assessments.
Forms are available from the Exams Office and must be returned by the following deadlines:
- 29th September: BMAT and TMUA
- 13th October: All other tests, and to indicate any Access Arrangements.
January 2022 Series
Students in Years 10, 11, 12 and 13 studying Cambridge Nationals, Cambridge Technicals, BTEC’s and the LIBF Financial Studies qualifications may have examinations in January.
Candidate Entry Reports and Timetables will be issued to students.
Summer 2022 Series
Examination dates have yet to be confirmed, however provisional timetables indicate GCSE and Level 1 / 2 Cambridge National and BTEC examinations taking place from 16th May to 28th June, and GCE A and AS Level, Level 3 Cambridge Technical, BTEC and LIBF examinations from 16th May to 24th June (excluding Half Term which is from 30th May to 3rd June).
A Contingency Day will be published for GCSE, GCE A Level and AS Level examinations. All students need to be available on this date should sustained national or local disruption arise during the Summer 2022 examination series.
The DfE has published information to candidates about how the Summer 2022 examination series will be adapted to take into account the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. The guidance can be read here.
JCQ Notices to Candidates
Students should familiarise themselves with the following information for candidates documents published by the JCQ, and be fully aware of the expectations during examinations and assessments.
Reviews of Centre Marks
Candidates may request a review of the centre’s marking of non-examination units in GCSE, GCE and Project qualifications (including coursework and controlled assessment). Candidates considering this option should discuss their results with the relevant teacher and/or Head of Department and may request copies of materials to assist them in making a decision.
Further information regarding the forms that should be completed, fees and the deadline for any requests will be updated once available.
Please be aware that reviews can lead to marks going down as well as up. Further information about how we conduct reviews can be found on the policies page of the school website.
Special Consideration is a post-examination adjustment to a candidate’s mark or grade to reflect temporary illness, temporary injury or some other event outside of the candidate’s control at the time of the assessment, which has had, or is reasonably likely to have had, a material effect on a candidate’s ability to take an assessment or demonstrate his or her normal level of attainment in an assessment.
You can download a copy of the JCQ document, A Guide to the Special Consideration Process 2021-2022 here.
Please notify the Examinations Officer, on the day of the examination, if you feel that an application for Special Consideration should be considered for submission.
Results Days: Summer 2022
GCE AS and A Level results will be issued from 8.30am on 18th August
GCSE (all other subjects) results will be issued from 9.00am on 25th August
Please note that school documentation for Post-Result Services is issued with results on Results Days and also available for each series below, and from the Exams Office during stated times. If you do not use the correct form for an exam service request it may not be possible for it to be processed due to a lack of the correct information.
Completed forms, with payment, should be returned to the Exams Office or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please note that Post-Result Services are subject to deadlines set by the exam boards and are, therefore, not negotiable.
Autumn 2021 Post-Result Services information:
A copy of the Post-Results Services offered can be downloaded here. Please note that the fees quoted may be subject to change by the Exam Boards.
An editable copy of the Post-Results Service Candidate Consent Form for the Autumn 2021 series of examinations can be downloaded here.
The Exams Office can be contacted by email via email@example.com and by telephone at 01727 732923 (with answer-phone).