How to Apply
Public Exam Results 2018
A Level Results Day Thursday 16th August
Year 13 results available from 0800
Year 12 results available from 0900
GCSE Results Day Thursday 23rd August
Year 11 results available from 0900
Year 9 results available from 1100
Results must be collected by students unless they have submitted a Results Permission Form to the exams office.
Any results not collected by 1pm on results day will be posted to the student’s home address as held on Progresso.
POST RESULT SERVICES
Hopefully students will be pleased with their results but some students may find it necessary to request a review (previously known as a remark) of their result. Where possible it is best to discuss results with the relevant member of staff. There are several options including a priority review if a university place is dependent on the result.
Exam boards charge for these services and you will need to pay (cash or cheque) at the time you make a request. Should the overall grade change you will receive a refund. The fees and application for post results services can be found below.
This information along with the application form will be readily available on results days and exam office staff will be available to help and process applications.
August Exam Office Opening Hours
16th August – 8.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.
17th August – 9.00 a.m. – 12 midday
20th August – 9.00 a.m. – 12 midday
23rd August – 9.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.
24th August – 9.00 a.m. – 12 midday
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These documents are for students taking any external exams, coursework, non-examination assessments or controlled assessments this year.
They are published by the Joint Council for Qualifications and the school and students must comply with their instructions.
Please ensure you read these notices so you understand your responsibilities as an external exam candidate. The notices explain
- how you should behave before, during and after written exams
- your conduct on using social media and examinations/assessments
- how your personal data is processed by the awarding bodies
- the rules around the production of coursework, controlled assessments and non-examined assessments
If you do not understand any of this information please visit the exams office and speak with Mrs Wasley.
Breaches of these instructions must be reported to the exam boards and a range of sanctions, including disqualification, may be applied.
These can be found on the school website under school information. Please click here here and scroll to Exams