We endeavour to keep the website regularly updated with general examination information to keep you informed of upcoming examinations and any change at a national level. At Haslingden High, we recognise the importance of parental support and involvement, particularly during the examination process and hope the information provided is useful.
Autumn & Spring Term 2017-2018
Exam dates Summer 2018
Every year we get a lot of parents contacting us regarding the summer exam dates. Each student’s timetable is different, depending on their individual subjects. The various exam boards have released their provisional timetables and these can be found on their websites.
NB: Please be aware that these can change so any holiday bookings are made at your own risk. All students are expected to attend school for their exam on the timetabled day and the dates cannot be changed.
The summer exam season runs from 14 th May – 25 th June 2018 so our advice is always to book holidays after the 25 th June. Students will receive their individual timetable at approximately February half term in line with confirmed exam dates and the exam entry deadlines.
Please click here for our Haslingden High Exam Policy. Students also need to note the following examination regulations regarding:
Opening hours & contact details
During term time the exams office is open during school hours.
If you need to contact us then our telephone number is 01706 215726 or by email; email@example.com
GCSE Results 2017
Students at Haslingden High School have once again achieved some excellent GCSE results, even more pleasing given the more difficult nature of the new GCSE examinations in English and maths. We are delighted with our students’ achievements across the board, with 22 students achieving at least one Grade 9 in English or maths, the highest grade possible, which places them amongst the top 3% of students in the country. 87% of students achieved a good pass in English and 77% in maths, with over three quarters of all students achieving a good pass in both. Science results increased by over 20% despite a 5% decrease across the country, with over three times the number of A/A* grades nationally.