Results Day

  • Public examination results will be issued electronically, and a Statement of Results will be issued to each student using their o365 email address from 8.30am onwards on the relevant results day.
  • Results are never issued over the telephone.
  • Staff will be contactable via the Exams Office should any student/parent wish to discuss results after they have been released

Date

Qualification type

12/01/2023

GCSE Results Day – Autumn 2022 series 

TBC/03/2023

CNAT Results Day – January 2023 series

TBC/03/2023

BTEC Results Day – January 2023 series

17/08/2023

A Level Results Day – Summer 2023 series

24/08/2023

GCSE Results Day – Summer 2023 series

Post Results Services

If there are reasonable grounds for believing there has been an error in marking, an official Enquiry About Results (EAR) may be requested by the centre. (see Exam Policy section 11.2)
When the centre does not uphold an EAR, a candidate may still apply to have an enquiry carried out however, they will be charged.
Candidates requesting a Review of their results must be aware that their marks, including their overall grade, can also be lowered as a result of the enquiry

Certificates

  • Certificates arrive in school about three months after you have received your results. Information about the despatch of certificates will be given to you on results day.
  • Certificates may be collected on behalf of the candidate by a third party, provided they have signed authorisation from the candidate (this includes all family members). Photographic ID (ie Passport) will be required from the ‘collector’.
  • The school retains certificates for two years, if candidates do not collect their certificates within this time (or if they lose their certificates) they can only be replaced by direct application to the appropriate examination boards. This will require proof of identity and a substantial fee per examination board. You are therefore urged to collect your certificates as soon as possible and to keep them safe.