Chancellor’s School is currently approved as a centre for four examination boards:
This means that Chancellor’s has access to all of the courses run by these boards and the associated assessments – usually examinations. Departments choose the courses they wish to follow and most choose courses from the first three in the list.
General Certificate of Secondary Education
Courses leading to GCSE exams begin for all students during the last term of Year 9. All students sit GCSE exams at the end of Year 11. For one or two qualification units may be taken during Year 10. There are English Language and Maths “re-sit” courses in Year 12.
General Certificate of Education
'A' levels are taught over 2 years and most are examined in the final year. In Year 13 most students specialise in 3 subjects. Most also have the opportunity to complete the LiBF Certificate in Financial Studies.
The Examinations Department
Exams at Chancellor's are managed by Mr Iain Crawford. Please contact him in the first instance on any exam matters. Subject specific queries should be directed to teaching staff.