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Student sitting examExaminations are an important part of school life, which happen throughout the school year.

 

Useful information

Examination information
  • It is your responsibility to be clear about where and when your exams are happening
  • Look after your personal timetable - it shows your room and desk for each exam
  • If you lose your exam timetable further copies are available from the Exams and Administration Office at a cost of 20p each
  • Be punctual for all examinations, arriving ten minutes before the start time of each exam
  • Go straight to the room of your exam
  • Students are 'off-timetable' throughout the exam period, meaning that they may study at home when not in an exam, if they wish
  • Full school uniform should be worn whenever in school
  • Mobile phones, or any other electronic/digital/storage devices must be switched off and deposited with the invigilator at the start of each exam
  • Bring the correct stationery with you in a clear pencil case:
    • black pens
    • pencils
    • erasers
    • a pencil sharpener
    • colouring pencils
    • a ruler
    • protractor, compass
    • calculator (if permitted)
  • Bring your calculator, if it is an exam that requires one
  • If you are ill and are unable to attend your exam you should inform the school by phone immediately
    • For external examinations missed, you must obtain a note from your doctor detailing the reason for non-attendance and bring it to the Exams and Administration Office within 3 days
 Examination Booklet Download this booklet for all the information you will need about taking exams at Lady Manners School.
Exam Preparation and Revision

To prepare for exams, students should:

  • effectively organise their time between now and the end of the examination period and adopt a comprehensive revision programme for study at home
  • highlight on their mock examination timetable the examinations which they will be taking to avoid the possibility of missing one and keep it in a prominent place at home
  • revise at home or quietly in the school library, or one of the allocated revision rooms (a list of which will be posted daily on the library door) when not in an exam
  • sign in at the library if revising at school
  • use revision techniques covered during study skills workshops to make their learning and revision more effective

Examination Results

2016-17 Results in figures

Note: these figures are provided as an interim measure until the final figures are agreed.  Like all schools' figures at the moment, they are provisional and unverified.

Key Stage 4
  • Attainment 8 score: 50.4 points (England average: 44.2 points)
  • 75% of students passed both English and mathematics (England average: 63%)
  • 46% of students achieved a strong pass in English and mathematics (England average: 39.1%)
  • 24% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate combination of subjects (students who got a GCSE grade 5/C or above in English, maths, two sciences, a language and history or geography) (England average: 19.5%)
  • 99% of students have continued in education or training, or have moved on to employment in the year after the end of Key Stage 4. 
  • Progress 8 score: -0.17
Key Stage 5
  • Progress:
    • A Levels: +0.02 (England: 0.00)
    • Academic: +0.02 (England: 0.00)
  • Average grades:
    • A Levels: C+
    • Academic: C+
  • Progress made in English: +0.33
  • Progress made in mathematics: +0.83
  • Retention (the proportion of students who get to the end of the main programme of study that they enrolled on at Lady Manners School Sixth Form): 90%
  • Destinations (the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study): 87%
    • 77% went on to Higher Education, of which 41% went to Russell Group universities
    • 7% went into employment or apprenticeships
    • 5% are taking a gap year whilst intending to apply for Higher Education courses in 2017
    • 4% enrolled onto Further Education courses
    • 7% are either retaking their exams or unknown.  Where they are unknown, we continue to seek information on their destination.

Download the documents below to see our results in detail.