GCE results: 18 August 8am-12noon
GCSE results: 25 August 9am-12noon
If any student is unable to collect his/her results himself/herself, they need to give a written permission to the Exams Office (an email from their school email address will suffice) before the end of the school year informing who will be collecting their results for them. It could be a family member, a friend, a neighbour – anyone that the student trusts.
Parents without a written permission by their child will not be able to collect their children’s results.
All uncollected results will be posted home to a home address that we hold on SIMS.
Post-Results Services, their deadlines and prices can be found here
Access to scripts cosent form download here
Review of marking consent form download here
Examination JCQ Documents, Rules and Policies
General Exam Requirements
- You must arrive at school 20 minutes prior to an examination at the latest.
- It is much better to leave yourself a safety margin on timings in case of problems with the journey.
- Students must not have mobile phones (either on or off), notes, MP3/4 players, iPods, wrist watches with data storage facilities, any technological/web enabled sources of information, reading pens, etc. in their possession. This is very important because if unauthorised items are found in your possession, your examination will be cancelled.
- You should bring two black pens and any other equipment needed for your examination.
- â¯Only clear pencil cases are allowed on your desk.
- Do not use gel or any correcting pens. Bring some tissues.
- You are allowed to use a calculator, unless the question paper states otherwise.
- Calculators must be free of lids, cases and covers.
- No food or chewing gum allowed in the examination hall.
- Water bottles are allowed and you are encouraged to bring one. These should be clear bottles with a spill-proof cap.
- There should be no label on the bottle.
- You must do any rough work in the answer booklet provided. Cross out anything that you do not wish to be marked.
- There is absolutely no talking or communication between students once you enter the examination hall. If you have any questions, you should raise your hand once seated and an invigilator will come to you. You must remain silent until you leave the room.
What to do if you are ill on the day of an examination
If you are ill and unable to attend an examination it is vital you phone the school first thing in the morningâ¯ (01438 726 999) to inform us and obtain further advice.
Within three days of the examination missed please bring in a self-certification note detailing the reason for non-attendance. You can find the file in the Downloads below.
If you are feeling unwell, but still able to travel, we suggest you come to the examination and we can assess the situation then. In most cases it is better to take the examination if you can.
If you do not attend an examination without a valid reason, you will be charged for that examination.
â¯Misreading the timetable will not be accepted as a satisfactory explanation for absence.