At St James’ we pride ourselves on nurturing the whole child, but, of course, examinations are very important in any school.

Post results service

When you have collected your examinations results you can contact the Deputy Headteacher after Results Day until the start of the new term at If you would like any more information regarding Post-Results Services, please email the school Exams Officer or contact specific Directors of Faculty, when school re-opens on 3rd September.

Internal Examinations

At St James’ we support pupils to prepare for examinations from the start of Year 7 with various study skill sessions. Ultimately pupils need to be ready for their final Year 11 examinations. As part of that process we have a series of examination weeks planned for Years 7-10. Examinations will take place in class and pupils will know their exam timetable. The examinations are spaced out like final Year 11 public examinations in order to train pupils how to plan their revision.

  • Week beginning 29th April – Year 9 examination week
  • Week beginning 6th May – Year 7 examination week
  • Week beginning 13th May – Year 8 examination week
  • Week beginning 10th June – Year 10 examination week


Click here to download the full GCSE timetable. Year 10 take their English Literature GCSE this year on May 15th and May 23rd.


We have a programme of events and support designed to help our pupils throughout their time at St James’ as they prepare for their GCSE examinations. From Year 7 we provide study skill sessions in order to help them solve the perennial question “How do I revise?”. Each year pupils are involved in sessions which inform them of ways to revise and how to best organise their homework time. The most recent sessions have been Year 9 Science Revision Skills and Year 8 German Revision Skills. The PSHCE programme also includes additional information regarding revision techniques.

Please click here to view our recent MFL Study Day.

We also provide information evenings for parents/carers in order to support them in helping their child to revise. They take place in Year 7, 10 and 11. These evenings have proved popular and useful.

We provide all of our Year 11 students with a bespoke personal Revision Plan in order to aid their revision. Pupils receive this in time for their Mock Examinations which take place in December and most importantly the final GCSEs in the summer. The Plan provides valuable guidance to our pupils at a crucial time in their lives.

Key Contact

Exams Officer; Mrs Millar

Key Documents

“With God all things are possible”

Matthew 19:26

Jesus looked at them and said,
“With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible”

Matthew 19:26