Exams

This is where you will find all the information you need about exams at Ryde Academy. You can find a copy of our exams and Controlled Assessment policy under the Parent Tab. 
If you need to speak to someone please contact our Exams Officer, Mrs Morrison on 01983 618 411 or tmorrison@rydeacademy.org

Recent announcements

  • After School and Lunchtime Revision Timetable 2017 A copy of the schedule for after school and lunchtime revision and catch up sessions for KS4 can be found below. 
    Posted 13 Sep 2017, 02:32 by Nat Admin
  • Exam Results Information 2017 Examination results will be available for collection on AS & A2 results Thursday 17th August 10.00 – 12.00 – Haylands site GCSE results Thursday 24th August 10.00 – 12 ...
    Posted 25 Jul 2017, 00:58 by Nat Admin
  • Changes to GCSEs - DFE factsheets for Parents and Empoyers GCSEs in England are changing and the Department for Education has issued two factsheets, one for parents and one for employers. 
    Posted 25 Jun 2017, 07:33 by Nat Admin
  • Y11 English Revision conference ​On Wednesday 3rd May we hosted a PIXL English conference in the theatre. This was aimed at ​boosting Year 11 students' skills and revision techniques for the  new English Language ...
    Posted 4 May 2017, 01:02 by Nat Admin
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After School and Lunchtime Revision Timetable 2017

posted 12 Sep 2017, 03:47 by Nat Admin   [ updated 13 Sep 2017, 02:32 ]

A copy of the schedule for after school and lunchtime revision and catch up sessions for KS4 can be found below. 

Exam Results Information 2017

posted 25 Jul 2017, 00:44 by Nat Admin   [ updated 25 Jul 2017, 00:58 ]

Examination results will be available for collection on

AS & A2 results Thursday 17th August 10.00 – 12.00 – Haylands site

GCSE results Thursday 24th August 10.00 – 12.00 main school

 If you would like your results to be collected by someone other than yourself, then you must contact the Exams Officer direct, either by email or provide written confirmation. The person collecting the results must provide identification.

Results will not be given over the telephone or via email.

Any results not collected by 12noon will be posted the same day.

The Examinations Officer will be available from

Tuesday 15th - Friday 25th August


Exams Officer - Mrs T Morrison Exams Officer – direct phone line 01983 618411

Email address: tmorrison@rydeacademy.org

EAR – ENQUIRIES ABOUT RESULTS

Information regarding EAR Services and fees are available through the following links: 

GCE’s Summary of Post Results Services Available Summer 2017

GCSE’s Summary of Post Results Services Available Summer 2017

GCE Examination Service request form 2017

GCSE Examination Service request form 2017

If you would like an EAR you must complete, the examination service request form. This form must be completed signed and monies paid to the Exams Officer before an application can be made.  Deadline for EAR is Thursday 21 September 2017 - 2pm

Understanding your results

If you are not sure about your results or want to know how many marks you were from the next grade up, you can access all the information you need via the exam board websites. If you would prefer to discuss any queries you may have, the exams officer will be more than happy to help wherever possible. 

AQA                                        www.aqa.org.uk                                             

EDEXCEL                               www.edexcel.com

OCR                                        www.ocr.org.uk

WJEC                                     www.wjec.co.uk

Changes to GCSEs - DFE factsheets for Parents and Empoyers

posted 25 Jun 2017, 07:33 by Nat Admin

GCSEs in England are changing and the Department for Education has issued two factsheets, one for parents and one for employers. 

Y11 English Revision conference

posted 4 May 2017, 01:02 by Nat Admin

​On Wednesday 3rd May we hosted a PIXL English conference in the theatre. This was aimed at ​boosting Year 11 students' skills and revision techniques for the  new English Language GCSE, in the run up to the exams. Our students were mature and focused delegates - and the conference organiser commented on how well behaved they were.







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