The Examinations Page aims to provide external GCSE, GCE AS/A2 and BTEC details to students, parents and staff along with the exam rules and regulations.
If you have any further queries please contact the Examinations Officer:
Mrs. Karen Forbes-Turner
Tel: 01372 745333, ext 208
Subjects, exam boards and codes
The documents below give details of the subjects, exam boards and specification codes studied at KS4 & 5 at Blenheim High School by Year Group.
Certificates are important documents and must be kept securely. Certificates from summer exams are distributed to students in the following November/December. However, for Yr 10 students, certificates, e.g for Core Science, are retained securely in the Exams office for distribution at the end of Year 11; students will be asked to sign for these when they collect their results in the summer.
If you did not collect your exam certificates please contact Mrs Forbes-Turner to enquire as to whether they have been retained and to arrange collection.
JCQ notices below for current candidates:
- Written Examinations
- Coursework Assessments (Year 12 & 13)
- On-screen Assessments (Year 10 & 11)
- Controlled Assessments (Year 10 & 11)
- Social Media - Warning
- Privacy Notice
- Exam arrangements
- Appeals against internal assessment of work for external qualifications and against enquiry about results' decisions.
Post Results Services
Once results have been issued the Exams Office will be pleased to administer the following post results service to candidates:
- Priority Re-marks (if applicable)
- Non-priority remarks
- Requests for exam scriptsï»¿
Each of the above services are provided by passing on the exam board fee plus a small administration charge which is payable via ParentPay once the request form has been received by the Exam Office. Confirmation of fees will be available on this website once results have been issued and also provided within each candidates results pack. The request form is also attached below. It will not be possible to process any remark request for a candidate until they have provided their full written consent as it needs to be accepted that the grade can move both up and down following a remark. Advice will be readily available to assess any risk of a negative impact to the overall grade.