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Letters to Parents & Carers

Summer 2022 Exam Timetable

Subject

Date

Duration

GCSE English Language

Speaking and Listening

Submission 7th May 2022

 

Functional Skills English L1&L2

Speaking and Listening

Submission 15th May 2022

 

Functional Skills Maths

Level 1 8361/1

16th May 2022 (am)

30 minutes

Functional Skills Maths

Level 2 8362/1

16th May 2022 (am)

30 minutes

Functional Skills Maths

Level 1 8361/2

16th May 2022 (pm)

1 hour 30 minutes

Functional Skills Maths
Level 2 8362/2

16th May 2022 (pm)

1 hour 30 minutes

Biology 8461/1F

17th May 2022 (am)

1 hour 45 minutes

GCSE English Language 8700/1

18th May 2022 (am)

1 hour 45 minutes

GCSE History 8145/1B/C

19th May 2022 am

1 hour

Functional Skills English

Level 1 8720R

19th May 2022 (am)

1 hour

Functional Skills English

Level 2 8725R

19th May 2022 (am)

1 hour

Functional Skills English

Level 1 8720W

19th May 2022 (pm)

1 hour

Functional Skills English

Level 2 8725W

19th May 2022 (pm)

1 hour

GCSE Maths 8300/1F

20th May 2022 (am)

1 hour 30 minutes

GCSE Maths 8300/2F

7th June 2022 (am)

1 hour 30 minutes

GCSE History 8145/1A/B

9th June 2022 (am)

1 hour

GCSE English Language 8700/2

10th June 2022 (am)

1 hour 45 minutes

GCSE Maths 8300/3F

13th June 2022 (am)

1 hour 30 minutes

Biology 8461/2F

15th June 2022 (am)

1 hour 45 minutes

GCSE History 8145/2A/C

16th June 2022 (am)

1 hour

 

21 April 2022

 

Dear Parents/ Carers,

 

It is wonderful to see the positivity from Students following the Easter break and I truly hope you had fun and were spoilt with Easter eggs.

 

I wanted to inform you of current updates and let you know that we have returned and already have some positive cases of Covid 19 and students and staff who are displaying symptoms.

 

We continue to follow PHE guidance particularly around hygiene, ventilation and reduction in numbers for groupings.

 

Coronavirus advice

The Government has removed the remaining COVID-19 restrictions in England, including the use of lateral flow testing.

 

COVID-19 along with many other respiratory infections such as flu can spread easily and cause serious illness in some people.

 

What should students do if they have symptoms of COVID-19?

Students are advised to stay at home and avoid contact with other people if they have symptoms of COVID-19 and either have a high temperature or do not feel well enough to attend school or do normal activities. They should only return when they feel well.

 

If a student aged 18 or under tests positive for COVID-19, they should stay home for at least 3 days (the isolation period is 5 days for those aged 19 or over). Following this period students can then return to school as long as they no longer feel too unwell to attend and do not have a fever.

 

We have managed the situation well and would ask that we are mindful of each other and by keeping away from school when ill, protects others and minimises disruption. This will be authorised absence and remote learning offered where a student is well enough to do it.

 

Exams

Exam Boards have provided advance information on the focus of the summer exams to support students’ revision in the majority of A level and GCSE subjects. You can find links to advance information on the AQA website. Teachers will inform students of this.

 

Advance information varies across different subjects and specifications.

 

What if a student gets symptoms or tests positive at the time of an exam?

As is normal in a standard examination series, candidates are expected to complete examinations to receive a grade. There may be exceptional cases where this is not possible. Exams have been spaced by a minimum of ten days between the first and last exam in any subject, to reduce the chance of students missing all exams in a subject because of illness.

 

Students should follow the advice given above in exam situations. So, if they have a high temperature, the advice is to stay at home and avoid contact with others, until the student no longer has a high temperature and is well enough to attend their exams.

See https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ for more advice and guidance about symptoms and how to avoid catching and spreading coronavirus.

 

Thankyou once again for your continued support and we look forward to a wonderful Summer Term.

 

Miss D

Headteacher

Roselyn House School / The RHISE Service

 

                                                                                                                      

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