GCE Exam Results – Thursday 15th August 2019
Statements will be available for collection between 8.00am and 9.30am
GCSE Exam Results – Thursday 22nd August 2019
Statements will be available for collection between 9.00am and 10.30am
If you wish your exam results to be posted to you, please leave a stamped addressed envelope with the Exams Office before the last day of term.
If you wish to nominate someone to collect your results on your behalf, they must have a letter signed by you stating that they have your permission. They will also be required to show photographic ID.
Under no circumstances will Exam Results be emailed or discussed over the telephone.
Examination Information for Summer 2019
Post Results Services - Summer 2019
Examination Boards offer the following post results services:
- Clerical checks
- Review of original marking
- Access to scripts
These services are only available via the school.
Please click on the link below to view the post results information and appropriate forms.
Please click below to view the Examination Timetables:
- Timetables to follow
External Examinations: Rules and Regulations
The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) is the regulatory body by which all public examinations are administered. The Notices below range from student expectations during written/on-screen examinations to rules and regulations relating to coursework and controlled assessments. Please click on the links below to view JCQ information:
Related school policies
Summer 2018 Examination Certificates are now available for collection during normal school hours. If you wish someone to collect certificates on your behalf, you will have to supply a signed letter of consent naming the person who will collect the certificates and that person will be required to show photo ID. Please note that we do not post certificates.
Lost or Damaged Certificates
The school is unable to replace lost or damaged certificates. If you have lost or damaged your certificates you should contact the relevant examination boards who will charge a fee to issue Statements of Results, equivalent to certificates. The examination boards all have details on their website for doing this.