Melbourne Avenue, Whitfield, Dover, Kent, CT16 2EG
Learning to believe, learning to succeed.
Exams Office & Results:

Exam Dates:

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Start Times of Exams:

Morning exams start at 9.00am - Unless otherwise stated

Afternoon exams start at 1.30pm - Unless otherwise stated

Results Days:

Exam results are to be collected from the Main Hall, unless directed otherwise.

Level 3 Vocational Results: Thursday 18th August 2018 2022 [10:00am to 11:00am].

GCSE and Level 2 Vocational Results: Thursday 25th August 2022 [10:00am to 12:00pm].

Exam Results:

At Dover Christ Church Academy we are very proud of our all our students’ achievements. The culture of continual improvement in recent years has resulted in improved student performance

GCSE Results
Secondary Performance
Post 16 Results
16 to 18 Performance
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What if I forget to come for an exam?

You can only take an exam at the set time, so if you forget to come, you have missed the exam.

What if I am late?

If you arrive after the published start time you must report to reception and wait to be escorted to the exam room by the exams officer. Each candidate who arrives between 5 – 20 minutes late will be considered on an individual basis regarding late entry to the exam room. Anyone arriving late without good reason will NOT BE ADMITTED. Candidates will only be allowed into the room after 20 minutes in exceptional circumstances. You are entitled to have the full time allowed.

What if I am ill?

If you are ill, you must try to sit the exam. Your parents must telephone the school by 8.30am on the morning of the exam if you are not going to attend.

If you are unwell, but attend the exam, your parents must write a letter to the Examinations Officer explaining the situation, accompanied by a doctor’s note.

Special Consideration

The School can write to the exam board to ask for special consideration in exceptional circumstances, as long as you produce a letter from your doctor.

It is your responsibility to ensure that the exams officer is fully informed as to which exams you wish to make an application for special consideration. However, this will have very little effect on your final grade, as the MAXIMUM amount of consideration given is only 5%.

Candidates will only be eligible for special consideration if they have been fully prepared and have covered the whole course but performance in the examination or in the production of controlled assessment/ coursework is affected by adverse circumstances beyond their control at the time of assessment.

What if there are severe weather conditions like snow?

If school has to close due to severe weather conditions, the closure will be announced and publicised as early as possible on BBC Radio Kent and on the school website.

However during exam time if the school has to be closed we will do our best to ensure that the exams go ahead as timetabled. Students must make every effort to get into school if at all possible, but if students cannot get to school due to the severe weather conditions we will do our best to ensure that the students are not disadvantaged. Please contact the exam office as soon as possible to let us know if you are having problems getting to school.

If you need to contact the exams office, please contact Mr Howard on 01304 820126.



Exam Timetable Clash

It is not unusual for candidates to find they have a clash on their exam timetable. If there is a clash of two papers it is normal for the candidates to sit one paper, and then have a short break in the exam room (5mins) and then continue with the next paper. Where there is a clash of 3 or more papers throughout the day, we will arrange supervision for breaks and create an individual time table for such candidates. Please speak to the exams manager straight away to initiate the arrangements. It will be essential for the candidate to bring a packed lunch with them on the day; this will be kept secure until the specified lunch break.

Learning to believe, learning to succeed.