Examinations & Revision
By 2020, all GCSEs in England will be reformed and graded using numbers instead of letters. However, most GCSEs taken by students at schools in Wales and Northern Ireland will continue to be graded A* to G. Ofqual, the exams regulator, have produced guidance which helps explain the differences and similarities between GCSE qualifications in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Note: GCSE gradings changed in Sept 2017. A*-C becomes 9-1.
Certificates for A Level and GCSE exams sat in May and June 2019.
Certificates for A Level and GCSE exams sat in May and June 2019 are ready for collection from the Main School Office. Please note the following:
- If your son or daughter is a student at The Forest, these will be available for them to collect from the Main School Office 8:00am - 4:00pm Monday - Friday during term time.
- When collecting from reception, we will ask to see a form of ID to ensure your A Level and GCSE
- We ask that if any certificate would like to nominate someone to collect them on their behalf that they email authorisation to firstname.lastname@example.org, naming the person nominated.
- Anyone collecting certificates, including the certificate holder, will need to produce some form of ID, to ensure the correct certificates are released.
GCSE Exam preparation information
GCSE After School Revision Sessions 2020
JCQ Exams Information
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