Further Information


Exam Information

This page is intended to provide information about the examinations taken by pupils at the Sweyne Park School for pupils, parents and carers. There is also important information about exam regulations, the equipment required and the exam timetables.

If you have any concerns or need further information, please contact the Examinations Officer, , on 01268 784721 (ext 237).

For further exam information including controlled assessments, coursework assessments, the JCQ exam regulations, what to bring to an exam, the mobile policy and more download the bundle below.

Summer Examinations 2023- Timetable

Summer Examinations 2023- Information for parents/carers

Statements of Entry will be with students week beginning 30th January. It is important that the details printed are checked. Please check the name is the full legal name and the date of birth is correct, as these details will be on the examination certificate. The exam boards will charge a fee for amending incorrect details on certificates, at a later date. Any tier changes (Higher/Foundation) should be discussed with your child’s teacher in the first instance.


JCQ have set contingency dates for GCE/GCSE examinations, should a national or local disruption to examinations arise. This will require all students to be available on the afternoons of the 8th, 15th and all day on the 28th June 2023, in the case of examinations being rescheduled.


Students will receive their individual examination timetables before the Easter Holidays.


Certificates from the Summer 2022 are available for collection during school opening hours.

If the collection of certificates will be by somebody other than the candidate, they must bring a letter of authorisation signed by the candidate or email the Exams Officer Mrs Wendy Johnson wjohnson@sweynepark.com


Uncollected certificates are held by the school for up to 1 year, before secure disposal.

Replacement certificates can be applied for, through the relevant examination board for a fee. The fees vary by examination board and costing from £50 per certificate.

Sweyne Park School
Examination Results


Sweyne Park School
Qualification  Examination Entry Codes


Top A-Level Revision Tips

  • Start Revising Early.
  • Be Organised.
  • Understand The Assessment Objectives.
  • Take Breaks & Get Enough Rest.
  • Practice Past Exam Papers.


Certificates from the last academic year are awaiting collection. If the collection of certificates will be by somebody other than the candidate, they must bring a letter of authorisation signed by the candidate. Certificates are held for 1 year and then they will be securely destroyed.

Artwork will be available for collection, after the art exhibition.

Replacement Certificates

For lost or replacement certificates, please contact the exam boards directly:

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I take a pencil case into the exam?

Yes you may take a pencil case into the exam room, however it MUST be “see-through”.

What colour pen should I use?

Exams are to be written in black pen. Remember to bring a spare pen with you. Gel pens are NOT allowed.

What happens if I am late?

If you are late, report to the school office and inform them immediately upon your arrival that you need to enter the exam late. An invigilator will then escort you to the exam room.

What do I wear?

You must be in full school uniform. Do not bring you mobile phone, smart watch, MP3 or iPod to the exam.