Exams and Revision
Exam Information for Candidates
The Joint Council for Qualifications regularly publishes information and guidance for examination candidates. This ranges from being aware of using social media, to what to expect when completing an on-screen exam.
Please click here to access these documents and guidance.
Please click here to see the provisional timetable for the 2023 exam year.
Please click here to see everything you need to know about your exams.
We send out spotlight data to parents and carers three times a year, one of which is included within the full report.
For more information on our reporting and target setting processes please click here.
Faculty Resource Hub
Please click here to access the Faculty Resource Hub. This website is a list of links to all of the different faculty websites. These websites contain revision guidance and lesson information as well as other useful information.
You will need your school email login to be able to access this site.
If you attempt to visit a faculty website and don't have permission to view documents, please speak to your teacher or the Head of Learning.
A Parental Guide to Study and Revision Skills is available by clicking here.
The Year 11 Road Map for exams is available by clicking here.
The Year 11 Revision Booklet is available by clicking here.
The Year 11 Raising Achievement Booklet is available by clicking here.
The Year 11 Revision Assembly Presentation is available by clicking here.
The Year 11 Parental Information Presentation is available clicking here.
Top Revision Tips compiled by St Bernadette staff is available here.
PiXL (Partners in Excellence) is a network of over 3,000 schools across primary, secondary, sixth forms and alternative provisions in England, Northern Ireland and Wales.
PiXL have produced a series of pamphlets on a number of topics. These contain lots of advice and guidance. Please find these pamphlets listed below.
- Building Resilience
- Develop Reading and Vocabulary
- Encourage Productive Learning
- Encouraging Independence
- Getting into Good Habits
- Handling Exam Pressure
- Hobbies and Opportunities
- Mental Health
- PiXL Apps
- Positive Relationships
- Revisiting Learning
- Screen Time
- Secondary School Transition
- Self care for Teenagers
- Social Media
- Work Experience
We have compiled a list of websites that are specific to subjects and will aid in your child's revision. Follow the links to access these sites.
General or Multi Subjects
https://online.clickview.co.uk/ - sign in with your school email address and email password.
https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/ - revision and assessment tasks, either set by your teacher or ones you have chosen to complete.
http://getrevising.co.uk - Revision help site
http://www.revisionworld.co.uk - Create your revision timetable here