Examinations and Revision

Results 2020

All results for Year 11 will be e-mailed to students this year and face-to-face or remote meetings offered, by appointment, if requested. 

As a reminder GCSE results day is Thursday 20th August.

A test e-mail has been sent to all school e-mail addresses to check they are working correctly.  

A member of teaching staff will call home on the morning of results day to discuss results and answer any questions students might have. To arrange a time for a face-to-face or remote meeting please email thomasnichol@highfield.herts.sch.uk.

Meetings will only be available between 10.00am on Thursday 20th until midday Friday 21st. Please do not come into school unless you have made an appointment.  The school will be closed at all other times.

Post Results 2020

Exams Autumn 2020

Students who feel that their grades from the summer do not reflect their ability will have the opportunity to take exams in the autumn series 2020 or in summer 2021.  

If you want to sit an exam in one of your subjects in October/November 2020, please contact the exams officer, after you have received your results, by email  levetp188@highfield.herts.sch.uk to register your interest.  

Public Examinations

There are a number of important regulation documents that all examination students should be aware of. These set out the rules that have to be followed. If you do not follow the regulations then you could be at risk of disqualification. Please see the links below to the documents:

Written Examination regulations:

Coursework and non-examined assessment (NEA) regulations:

If you have any questions regarding examinations please don’t hesitate to contact the exams office at: exams@highfield.herts.sch.uk


Revision 

Please find below some PowerPoint slides and videos which feature techniques you can use including: the use of flash cards, post-its, graphic organisers etc. 

Please click to download these  PowerPoint slides – then SAVE AS to your own computer otherwise the images will not show.

How to Revise

Some people revise by doing past papers, or revision cards, or mind mapping – you need to do what’s right for you! Just ensure you make time to revise but give yourself 5 minute breaks every half hour to process information.