GCSE Non-examined Assessment / Coursework (NEA) Marks
Dear Parents / Carers
If your son/daughter studies any of the following subjects they will be sent an email containing their mark(s) for Non-examined Assessment / Coursework (NEA) over the coming weeks:
– Certificate in Digital Applications (CiDA)
– Certificate in Sport (NCFE)
– Computer Science
– Design Technology
– English (Spoken Endorsement / Assessment)
– Food and Nutrition
– Hair and Beauty (VTCT)
– Hospitality and Catering
– Travel and Tourism (BTEC)
The email will be sent directly to the student using their school email address, so please ask them to check their school email account regularly. The student will receive an email (for each subject) informing them of their Centre Assessed mark for NEA / coursework and the procedures for requesting a review of marking. The email will have the following attachments:
– The Fullbrook NEA Policy
– Review of Marking Request Form
– Mark Scheme for the Subject
Please be aware that due to the current ‘national lockdown’, the review of marking process may differ slightly to normal and requests may take longer to process. You will be informed of any changes to the reviews procedure at the time, should a request be made.
Even though the school is currently closed, all NEA processes are still going ahead and schools are still required to submit marks to exam boards. As a result it is vital that we continue to follow the NEA procedures as closely as possible even though this is now being carried out remotely.
Thank you for your help.
Mrs L Seddon
The examinations office at Fullbrook works closely with staff and students to ensure that all necessary arrangements are made for the examination entries for both public and mock exams.
This page and the documents below should provide you with the information you need about mock and public examinations at Fullbrook. If you have any questions please contact the exams office.
Examinations Officer: Mrs L Seddon
01932 349301 ext 261
Current Fullbrook 6 Students
Summer 2019 examination certificates will be available for collection from the F6 Student Support Office between Monday 2 and Friday 6 December 2019.
Students who have left Fullbrook will be able to collect their certificates in January, during the collection periods below. Ex-students are required to bring photo ID when collecting. Ex-students may nominate someone to collect certificates on their behalf but must advise the Exams Office in advance (in writing via email). The nominated individual must also bring photo ID.
Collection period: From Monday 13 January until Friday 17 January 2020 between the hours of 8:00am and 10:00am or 11:30am-2:45pm, from reception.
Students who are unable to collect examination certificates can request for these to be posted by Recorded Delivery. Please print, complete and submit (with payment) the form below.
Please note that Fullbrook are only required to retain uncollected certificates for a period of one year, after which point they may be securely destroyed in accordance with JCQ regulations. Fullbrook would like to make you aware that some Exam Boards do not offer a replacement certificate service and in such circumstances will issue a Certifying Statement of Results.
AUTUMN 2019 PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS
Results – 16 January 2020
Post Results Services
These include Reviews of Marking and Access to Scripts. All requests must be made via the Exams Office using the form below and be received no later than the deadline of 10 February 2020.
WINTER 2020 PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS
Entries for Winter (January) 2020 are now closed.
Results – awaiting publication
Post Results Services – awaiting publication
SUMMER 2020 PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS
Year 13 mock examinations are taking place between 24-28th February
Any mock examinations that are taking place outside these dates and timetable will be communicated by the subject teachers.
JCQ EXAMINATION INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES
The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) governs external public examinations administered throughout the UK.
All test centres and candidates must abide by JCQ regulations or be subject to consequences including withdrawal from all examinations.
Copies of the latest information for candidates can be downloaded below, or from the JCQ website at www.jcq.org.uk.