Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) tools are now widespread and easy to access. Staff, students and parents/carers may be familiar with generative chatbots such as ChatGPT. We recognise that AI has many uses to help students learn, but may also lend itself to cheating and plagiarism.

Students may use AI tools as a research tool to help them find out about new topics and ideas. All AI-generated content must be properly attributed.

Students may not use AI tools during assessments, including internal and external assessments and coursework; or to write their homework or class assignments, where AI-generated text is presented as their own work.

Haileybury Turnford consider any unattributed use of AI-generated text or imagery to be plagiarism. JCQ has produced AI use in Assessments guidance which is also published on our website