The Exams Office is responsible for administering internal and external examinations at Queen Elizabeth's School. This involves collecting entries from faculties and submitting them to the exam boards, making seating arrangements for candidates, sending off scripts for marking and distributing results and certificates.
Please contact the Exams Office by email with any questions you have at
The Examinations Office:
Mrs J Dennis - Examinations Manager
Miss L Bickley - SLT link for Examinations
Mrs Dennis is supported by a large team of invigilation staff who are responsible for the supervision of all candidates during examinations held at QE and for upholding the regulations of the governing bodies.
Summer 2022 Exam Season
GCSE and A Level exams run from Tuesday 3rd May to Friday 24th June inclusive.
The contingency date is Wednesday 29th June, students must be available to sit an exam, if necessary, up to and including this day.
The skeleton timetable is available at the end of this page under the attachments section, a personal timetable will be provided before the Easter holidays.
Exam Results Days - August 2023
A Level Results Day Thursday 17th August
GCSE Results Day Thursday 24th August
Policies and Governance:
All relevant internal policies can be located at the end of this page, others can be requested from the Examinations' office when needed.
For more information about the administration of examinations in England and Wales please visit the JCQ website.
For awarding body information please visit the websites below:
BCS - for ICDL (formerly ECDL)
Certificates of Results for Examinations:
Certificates will arrive with us by December following your exams in the summer. External candidates and school leavers can collect certificates from the first week of January term.
Please note: If you require anyone to collect a certificate on your behalf you will need to provide us with written permission (email will suffice) and they will need to bring ID.
It is not our exams office policy to post certificates because of their value and the cost of replacing them. Regulations state that certificates should be stored for a minimum of 12 months from the date of issue.