Year 10 Mock Exams

All exams will be during lesson time in your classroom unless otherwise stated.  If you are not in an exam you must be in your lessons as usual.


Exams in Sports Hall

Please ensure you know your row and seat number before you come to the exam.  You will receive this information after half term.

Line up on the hard standing in the rows and seating order ready for your exam.

You will enter the sports hall in silence and remain in silence until you leave the sports hall after the exam.

Please ensure you read the important information below.


Important Information for Candidates

Being equipped for your exam:

DO remove all notes / pieces of paper from your pockets as this may be seen as trying to cheat.

DON’T take mobile phones, memory sticks or any device with a data storage facility in to the exam.

DO have all equipment you need for your exam as we do not loan, this does include a calculator!

DO ensure all your equipment is stored in a CLEAR pencil case, if not equipment will need to be removed and the pencil case placed on the floor.

DO ensure all pens used for your exams are BLACK ink, blue or pencil is not allowed.

DON’T take any food into your exams. A bottle of water is allowed to be taken in however ALL labels MUST be removed before.

 


Year 10 Mock Exam Timetable

 

Week 2

Monday

8th June

Tuesday

9th June

Wednesday

10th June

Thursday

11th June

Friday

12th June

 

 

 

Art and Photography – All Day – Art Rooms

 

 

 

P1

 

French Listening

(Double Linguists) (CSA/S14)

 

Music

(AJ/G03)

 

Physics

(CN/F29)

Chemistry

(DK/F35)

Physics

(CN/F29)

(PF/F28)

 

French Listening

Higher (KL/S08)

Foundation (ALK/S09)

German Listening

(CH/S10)

(DW/S11)

(KG/S13)

French Reading

(KL/S08)

(ALK/S09)

 

 

P2

 

 

Chemistry

(PG/F26)

(AT/F23)

Physics

(CN/F29)

(PF/F28)

 

Chemistry

(PG/F26)

(GG2/F29)

Physics

(PF/F28)

Biology

(MP/F35)

(LP/F31)

(MSi/F24)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P3

 

 

 

English – Sports Hall

(students will return to P4)

Physics

(GG2/F26)

 

French Listening

(KL/S08)

(ALK/S09)

German Listening

(DW/S11)

(KG/S13)

Biology

(BSH/F24)

 

P4

 

Science Cambridge Nationals

(BSH/F24)

(TW/F22)

Chemistry

(AT/F23)

Media

(DS/F03)

 

History

(KM/S15)

(WM/S22)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P5

 

Physics

(TW/F22)

 

History

(WM/S22)

(MDN/S03)

French Reading

(Double Linguists) (CSA/S14)

PE

(CMC/S08)

Biology

(LH/F36)

Business Studies

(BRO/S05)

 

Hospitality and Catering

Controlled Assessment

Practical

(1.30pm-3.30pm)

Official GCSE

(BV/G53)

 

Year 10 Mock Exam Timetable

 

Week 1

Monday

15th June

Tuesday

16th June

Wednesday

17th June

Thursday

18th June

Friday

19th June

 

P1

 

French Reading

(ALK/S09)

(KL/S08)

German Reading

(DW/S11)

(KG/S13)

German Reading

(CH/S10)

(DW/S11)

(KG/S13)

Child Development

(TH/G26)

 

ICT

(WG/F39)

Health and Social Care

(SNE/F41)

Geography

(DT/S09)

Chemistry

(LH/F36)

 

 

P2

 

 

Biology

(LP/F31)

 

Biology

(BSH/F24)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maths – Sports Hall

 

 

 

RS – Sports Hall

Biology

(BSH/F24)

 

P4

 

 

Chemistry

(AT/F23)

Geography

(LHB/S21)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P5

 

 

 

 

Hospitality and Catering

Controlled Assessment

Practical

(1.15pm-3.15pm)

Official GCSE

(BV/G53)

 

 

Citizenship – Please see you teacher for information on when your mock exam will take place.

Drama – Practical mock exam Tuesday 30th June - afterschool showcase event.

 

Havering Football Final

Frances Bardsley Academy Under 16's played Redden Court School.

We won 5 -0. The goal scorers were Georgia Griffin (2) Courtney Worsfold, Charlotte Ishmail, Violet Pearce-Watson

 

Frances Bardsley Academy Under 14's played Emerson Park Academy.

We won 2-1. The goal scorers were Zainab Mudasharu and Trinity Langmead-Brockwell

 


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FBA/RIEES GRADUATION CEREMONY

FBA/RIEES GRADUATION CEREMONY

A HUGE ‘THANK YOU’ TO THE FRANCES BARDSLEY AUTISM AMBASSADORS VOLUNTEERING IN THE COMMUNITY

The Graduation Ceremony of the Frances Bardsley Ambassadors will take place on Saturday 11th July 2015 in the Youth Lounge at Romford Baptist Church. This will be an opportunity to say ‘thank you’ to the Frances Bardsley Autism Ambassadors who have sacrificed their Saturdays to work with 14-25 year old young people with autism in the London Borough of Havering. The FBA Autism & Disabilities Club has been working in partnership with the RIEES Autism Club in Romford.


This amazing work has been a part of the national ‘Step Up To Serve Campaign,’ on Social Action, the Patron is His Royal Highness Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales. David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg have all supported the ‘Step Up To Serve Campaign.’ The Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls Autism & Disabilities Club are active members of the campaign.

FBA Staff have been invited as well as all FBA Autism Ambassadors, their parents and key supporters. For further particulars please contact Adekunle and Ronke Ogunleye, founders of the RIEES Charity in Romford – This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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