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17:15 PM - 25 Nov 2020

Retweetd From Bishop of Llandaff

We recognise that many families are under financial pressures at the moment. In Cardiff, you can apply for free school meals by completing the form accessed via the following link https://t.co/JkqLjDoamx

15:46 PM - 25 Nov 2020

We recognise that many families are under financial pressures at the moment. In Cardiff, you can apply for free school meals by completing the form accessed via the following link https://t.co/JkqLjDoamx

http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1331343519974354947

21:06 PM - 24 Nov 2020

We are looking for a talented teacher of mathematics to join us in September 2021. Click on the link for details https://t.co/i8MNr5AYVP https://t.co/VGqL5nWESD

16:21 PM - 19 Nov 2020

Please follow the link below to access our virtual Sixth Form Open Evening via the school website https://t.co/6cgJRCunGJ

21:26 PM - 18 Nov 2020

There is still time to apply for a place in our Year 7 cohort for September 2021. Details available on our website. Deadline for application is Monday 23rd November at 12.00pm

16:17 PM - 18 Nov 2020

Our virtual Sixth Form Open Evening presentation will be available from tomorrow evening, Thursday 19th November. Further details can be found by following the link below https://t.co/lAfIL2tZq6

14:11 PM - 17 Nov 2020

Retweetd From BOLHS_6Form

Congratulations to Ammar Osman, Ella Turner, Hannah Whitfield, Shiqi Lin and Ewan Chadwell for winning ‘Best Energy Appreciation’ Award as part of the EESW (Engineering Education Scheme Wales) which was completed as part of their Sixth Form Enrichment 2019-20

17:51 PM - 13 Nov 2020

Thank you to all students and families for your contribution to our fundraising events today. Over £1200 raised so far. There’s still time to make a contribution via ParentPay or the school office

http://www.twitter.com/bishop_llandaff/status/1326898480619671559

14:43 PM - 12 Nov 2020

Friday 13th November is civvies day in aid of Children in Need . We kindly ask that students and staff wishing to participate donate £1. There will be events throughout the day, including a virtual duck race! https://t.co/066w3ZPip6

    Examinations

    On this page you will find all information relating to examinations. The summer series examinations range from the following

    GCSE Summer 2021 
    GCE Summer 2021 

    Public examinations typically start at 9.00am in the morning and at 1.00pm in the afternoon. However, students must check their start times on their individual examination timetables. Students should arrive 15 minutes before the examination is due to start. Student examination timetables will detail start times and locations. Please be advised that all students are expected to wear full school uniform to each of their exams.

    Council for Qualifications Guidence 

    During this academic year 20/21 you will be undertaking public examination (GCSE, GCE, BTEC). Throughout the examination process strict procedures are put in place by the Joint Council for Qualifications which must be adhered to, please see the link below.  

    http://www.jcq.org.uk/exams-office/information-for-candidates-documents

    Year 7 - 9 National Tests
    All students in Wales sit a series of tests in years 7-9, the aim of which are to provide detailed information on each individual learner’s development and progress in reading and numeracy (reasoning). The tests can also show where individual children may need more help to improve their skills.

    Information for families
    Understanding test results

    GCSE/Level 2 Qualifications & A Level/Level 3 Qualifications
    Most written examinations are sat by students during the summer examination series in May and June of each year. In addition to these, students from Years 10-13 may be involved in controlled assessments, orals, practical units and Non-Examined Assessments (NEA) throughout their respective courses. Students may also complete GCSE English Language, GCSE Mathematics and GCSE Numeracy written examinations during the November examination series and GCSE English Literature during the January series.

    Individual student examination timetables are distributed as a paper copy during morning registration prior to each examination series. During the examination period, all students are required to arrive at the examination venue no later than 8:35am for morning sessions and 12:35pm for afternoon sessions. Full uniform is required and the sixth form dress code maintained for all examinations.

    Students are offered support throughout the year in preparation for their examinations and assessments. These are delivered in the form of additional subject specific revision sessions and a series of sessions aimed at developing each students’ revision techniques and strategies.

    WJEC Grade Boundaries Information (GCSE)
    A Guide to GCSE UMS
    WJEC Grade Boundaris Information (GCE - A Level)
    A Guide to GCE (A Level) UMS

    RESULTS ENQUIRIES/POST RESULTS SERVICES
    After students have received examination results, there is a short period of time where papers can be requested and/or reviewed for marking. Should you have any queries, please contact Mrs O'Reilly, Examinations Officer on 029 20562485 or oreillyc@bishopofllandaff.org.

    WJEC Post Results Service Quick Guide
    WJEC Review of Marking/Moderation
    Edexcel Post Results Service
    Coping with Examination Pressure