Results Day 2022: Thursday 25th August at 10am

As ever, we would like to welcome our Class of 2022 back into the college to collect their results on Thursday 25th August at 10am.

Logistics

  • Please park in the bus bays and walk behind the canteen to the hardcourt.
  • Results will be distributed under The Pocca, in alphabetical lines.
  • If a representative is collecting the Statement of Results on behalf of the candidate, they must have with them the following: signed permission from the candidate and a photographic ID.
  • Senior staff will be on-hand, if there is an enquiry.
  • We also hope to have Post-16 guidance staff on-hand to field enquiries.

We really do encourage all students to come into the college, as it gives them an opportunity to celebrate their time here with us in the company of their friends and peers: for many, it will be the last time they are together in such number.

Parents and carers are also invited to come into the college.

We look forward to seeing you all.

The Year 11 Team

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I do if I do not get the grades I need for my post-16 course?

You need to contact the centre immediately: they will be very clear with you as to the potential next step you need to take.

What do I do if I am unhappy with a grade?

You can apply for a review of marking to the examination board, via the college. Details of services and fees can be found here. Students need to be aware that grades can go up as well as down and signed permission from the candidate is required for any post-results requests, using a consent form.

How do I contact the college?

If you have queries relating to results, you may contact the head of department for that subject. For all details concerning post-results services, please contact our Exams Officer: fdelanoy@bottishamvc.org

Year 11 Parents’ Information Video September 2021

This final year is a tour de force for students, both in terms of their personal development but also academically. Whilst the public examinations are never far from our thoughts, supporting students through their post-16 choices and applications is punctuated throughout the year.

Curriculum details are the same as year 10.

Number of lessons per fortnight
Combined  Scientists

Maths English Science EBAC (Geog/Hist) Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 PE PSHE
7 7 9 6 5 5 5 4 2

Separate Scientists

Maths English Physics Biology Chemistry Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 PE PSHE
7 7 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 2

Details of our curriculum intent in year 11 can be found on our curriculum pages here

Year 11 mock examinations usually take place in September & March.

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