Tuesday, August 30, 2011


The rules on plagiarism of coursework are quite clear; anyone found guilty of plagiarising anyone else's work will be disqualified from entry to this unit by the school. The exam board will be informed of our decision, and are likely to uphold it.

This ruling relates to all work entered as coursework including research, planning, ideas, notes etc on your blog.

Definition of plagiarism: passing off someone else's work as your own, including work that has been altered to make it look as if it is yours. This could include the work belonging to someone else at Latymer in your group, class, year group, or another year group. It could also include the work of a student from another school, or a media analyst who publishes their work in any format.

BE WARNED!!! There will be no 2nd chances when it comes to proven plagiarism.

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