Summer 2018 Examinations

GCSE and A Level Results Day Information


  • Year 13—Results available from 8.30am in the Sixth form centre.


  • Year 11 Results available from 8.30am in the Sixth form centre.

Please remember; if students are unable to come into school to get their results in person at the above time, a self-addressed envelope with the correct postage stamp must be supplied for the results to be sent by post.  Collection by a third party, including parents, can also be arranged but we require a letter of authorisation signed by the student naming the person nominated to pick up the results. (Form available below.) Please note that we are not able to provide the results to anyone over the phone or by email. We advise all students to collect their results in person in case they require advice.

Results collection letter

GCSE 9 to 1 grades: a brief guide for parents

OCR 16205-supporting-your-child-at-exam-time

OCR 16206-a-parent-s-guide-to-understanding-exam-techniques

JCQ Malpractice


Information for candidates – Written Examinations 
Information for candidates – Controlled Assessments
Information for candidates – Coursework
Information for candidates – Privacy Notice
Information for candidates – Social Media

Collection of Examination Certficates (2015 or earlier)

If you have not collected your examination certificates from a past examination period, you may arrange to collect these from the school with one day’s prior warning to the Examinations Officer (examination results are in safe storage and are not easily accessible at short notice). We regret that examination certificates cannot be sent by post. We do not take, or keep, copies of examination certificates, therefore if you have already collected your results and have lost your original certificates, you will need to contact the examination boards involved. This usually costs around £40.00 per certificate, so it’s a good idea to keep them in a very safe place once you have collected them!