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GCSE Exam Results Day

Aug. 20, 2020
Time: 
09:30 — 11:00

Collection of Results

GCSE results can only be collected in person on Thursday 20th August from tables situated by the school entrance on Connaught Road, to help minimise C-19 risk. Access will be via the school staff carpark (cars are not permitted), collection will be at the following staggered times to help social distancing:

  • 11C - from 09:30am to 09:45am
  • 11S - from 09:45am to 10:00am
  • 11W - from 10:00am to 10:15am
  • 11F - from 10:15am to 10:30am
  • Year 10 - from 10:30am to 11:00am

If students or their parents wish someone else to collect their results for them, they must email from their student email account [email protected] with the name of the person who will collect the results. The person collecting the results must bring photographic identification. Results which are not collected will be posted on results day to the home address we have on file.

We are really sorry that we will not be able to host celebrations as we would usually. We hope you understand. Only the school leadership team will be present in school on results day. We plan to invite you all Year 11 students back to celebrate their achievements together when it is safe to do so.

There will be a limited ICT provision on site for students wishing to enrol at colleges on a 'first come first served basis'. 

The GCSE grades awarded will give students the opportunity to move on to college or sixth form. We strongly advise students to contact the colleges they have applied to with their grades to confirm your places for next year as soon as results are collected. If students are unhappy with their GCSE grades but still have secured a place at the college they wish to attend and study the courses they applied for, we strongly advise them not to think about retakes and to move on.

If students feel they cannot do this, then they will be able to appeal to the school in September if they believe the grade awarding process was not followed correctly. The school can appeal if we believe something systemic has gone wrong in relation to the results awarded but any student who would like to improve their grades will have an opportunity to take the full suite of GCSE exams in the autumn term back at school between Monday 2nd November and Monday 23rd November 2020 (confirmed dates by the exam boards). We will include further information about this with GCSE results on 20th August.