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Welcome to the Examinations Office Webpages

These pages contain information about the EXTERNAL Examinations (GCSE, GCE, STEP and University Entrance Examinations) taken at The Judd School.

Please note: Most of the information is seasonal. Please make sure the information you are viewing is for the correct Year and Series

Contact Details:

Data & Examinations Manager:  Ms Lindsey MacAdam 
Telephone: 01732 770880

Last updated 22/02/24

Summer 2024 Exams 

Final timetables have been released by the Exam Boards. Excel and PDF versions will be available to access here.

A-levels: Excel version and PDF

GCSEs: Excel version and PDF 

 JCQ have designated Thursday 6 June 2024 PM, Thursday 13 June 2024 PM and Wednesday 26 June 2024 as contingency days. Candidates must be available up to and including the 26 June in case an awarding body needs to invoke its contingency plan.

Ofqual and the DfE have confirmed that if exams are unable to go ahead in Summer 2024, the results of mocks and assessments should be used by teachers, as part of the evidence, when determining grades.

Public Examination Results Collection  

Information about collecting results will be updated prior to Results Days

Exams Office Opening Hours  

The Exams Office will be open during term time. Any holiday opening times will be displayed here.

Appeals and Complaints 


The School's Internal Appeals Procedure details our internal assessment decisions and explains the way in which students can appeal against an NEA or against the school's decision not to support a review of results or an appeal. In all cases The Judd School's Internal Appeals Form should be submitted. Please note that this form needs to be completed by a Judd Google Account holder.


For general complaints regarding the school's delivery or administration of a qualification please click on The Judd School Complaints procedure (exams).

Post Results Services 

Information about the services available is circulated to students' email accounts prior to the results. 

JCQ Information for Candidates documents (2023/4)

All students sitting public exams should be familiar with the following documents.

Privacy Notice - Processing your personal data

Using Social Media and Examinations/Assessments

Taking Written Exams -  regulations and instructions

Non-examination Assessments - what you must and must not do when completing your work

Coursework - if applicable

Taking on Screen Tests - if applicable

Use of calculators 

AI and Assessments

Data Protection

The General Data Protection Regulation procedure for exams details how The Judd School, in relation to exams management and administration, ensures compliance with the regulations as set out by the Data Protection Act 2018 and General Data Protection Regulation. 

Exam Boards and Subject Details 2023/4

  • Click on the attached documents for A Level and GCSE subject information.

Managing Exam Timetable Clashes (two or more exams are scheduled for the same time)

Private Entries

Current Students

If you are currently a student at The Judd School and wish to take an examination in a subject not offered here, please contact Ms MacAdam in the Exams Office. You will generally be able to sit the examination at The Judd School. You will have to pay for the examination fee, the invigilation costs, if relevant, plus an administration fee and you should make contact by the December of the preceeding summer in which you wish to sit the exam.

The Examination Officer will be happy to answer any queries.

External Candidates

The Judd School does not normally accept external candidates who have no links with the school. 

If you were formerly a student, please contact the Examinations Officers. If you wish to sit a subject with an Examinations Board that the school currently uses for the subject, then we will try to accommodate you.

University Admission Tests 2024 

2023 was the last year that CAAT ran admissions tests. We are still waiting to hear what the process will be for Autumn 2024. Once we have that information, we will share it with students.