A Level Results Day — feeling amazing
It is extremely important that you and your parents/guardians check any paperwork you are given relating to your exams, particularly the date, time and level of entry i.e. foundation or higher. This is your responsibility. All exam dates should be recorded in your planner, as well as written on a calendar at home, so that your family also know when you have your exams.
If you cannot attend an exam for any reason OR you are running late on the day of an exam you must inform the school immediately. Failure to do so could result in you failing that exam.
If you are ill before an exam, or have an accident, you MUST inform the Exams Office as soon as possible so that we can help and advise you.
Each student sitting an exam, along with their parent/carer, will need to sign and return an Examination Agreement. These have been handed out to all students, but can also be downloaded here (see below) and returned to the Exams Office.
All students are given an exam guidance booklet to keep and refer to. Click on the link below to download a copy.
Click on the additional links below to download other key information for candidates.
2017 results will be available to students as follows:
If you are unable to collect your results on result’s days and would like them posted to you, please provide a SAE to the Exams Office before the end of term. Results will not be given out over the phone, via email or text. If you wish your results to be collected by a friend or family member, they must bring with them a letter of authority written and signed by you together with proof of their ID.
Results will not be posted without a Stamped Addressed Envelope, but can be collected from the Exam’s Office when school reopens in September.