DO WE HAVE TO TRAVEL TO CONSORTIUM LESSONS IF WE HAVE AN EXAM?
If you have an exam in the afternoon, we suggest you stay at CHS in the morning and do your work here so you can ensure you arrive at the afternoon exam in time. (Please email your teacher at Consortium to make them aware you are not attending because of exams).
If your exam is in the morning, you are expected to attend lessons as normal in the afternoon.
DO WE ATTEND LESSONS WHEN WE HAVE COMPLETED ALL EXAMS IN THAT SUBJECT?
Once you have completed ALL papers in that subject you no longer need to attend lessons for that subject. If you have completed Consortium subject exams you are not required to attend lessons there for private revision as they are at HHS, and can use that time to revise at home or you are welcome to come into school to revise.
IF WE HAVE AN EXAM DURING THE AFTERNOON, DO WE HAVE TO ATTEND AM LESSONS?
YES, all lessons run as normal until you have completed your exams in that subject. Any absence taken from lessons to do revision is classed as unauthorised and you may miss vital information from your subject teacher of the lesson you have missed.
CAN WE CONTINUE TO COME INTO STUDY AREAS TO REVISE DURING THE EXAM PERIOD?
YES, please do make use of the study areas to do revision. Please remember that lessons will still be going on for some students if they have late exams and some students will wish to do quiet independent revision in the ILC. Please show some consideration and respect for quietness in the study areas at all times. If you are not timetabled to a lesson, you MUST sign in at the ILC reception in case of fire.
WHEN DO YEAR 12 RETURN TO NORMAL LESSONS AND START A2?
Year 12 start again properly on Monday 12th June.
DO WE HAVE TO CONTINUE WITH ALL THE SUBJECTS ONCE EXAMS ARE COMPLETED?
YES – as explained to you many times, you continue with all of your subjects until you receive your results in August.
WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU DON’T HAVE AN EXAM IN A SUBJECT EG. BTEC MEDIA?
You will continue lessons as normal right through the year. Speak to your teachers if in doubt.