- Examinations Manager: Mrs. C. Gormley
- Email: [email protected]
- Telephone: 020 8504 3419 ext 108
Where can I find further information?
Students and parents should only access advance information about exam topics on official websites.
Ofqual Student Guide to exams and formal assessments 2021 2022 published 8 March 2022
JCQ: Advanced Information Student Guide
Frequently Asked Questions (for Students).
Additional help for students taking exams in summer 2022.
Additional help for students taking exams in summer 2022: accessible postcard.
Subject-by-subject support for A Level students in 2022.
For the OCR advance information portal, click here.
For AQA, click here.
For Pearson EdExcel, click here.
For Eduqas, click here.
Under certain circumstances a student may be entitled to special arrangements for public examinations. Please see information document here.
The school is frequently contacted by former pupils who have mislaid their exam certificates or who have never collected them in the first place.
Exam Certificates for the Summer 2020 and Summer 2021 series were posted to candidates via Royal Mail recorded delivery.
Trinity Catholic High School will retain all unclaimed certificates under secure conditions for a maximum of 5 years from the date if issue. Any certificates which are not collected within this period will be confidentially destroyed. Certificates must be collected by the candidate themselves; however, should a candidate wish to nominate a person to collect the certificates on their behalf, an email from the candidate should be sent to the Examinations Manager – [email protected], giving the name and details of the person collecting the certificates. Anyone collecting certificates from the school should come to the Upper Site Reception office and will need to provide photo identification.
Exam certificates are unique documents and cannot be replaced if they have been mislaid or purposefully destroyed. In these circumstances, you need to contact the Exam Boards directly to obtain written confirmation of your grades (they will charge a fee for this). In most cases, you will have taken exams with several of the Exam Boards and, if you left many years ago, the names of the Boards may have changed, since several have merged or rebranded in recent years.