The GCSE certificates will be available for collection, from the Main School Reception, from Monday 13 November.
Reception is open between 9a.m. – 3.30 p.m.
The certificates need to be signed for by the student. If you are unable to collect in person, please email Mrs Bostock, firstname.lastname@example.org, with details of your nominated person. (They will need to bring in photo ID when they collect the certificates).
It is strongly recommended that certificates are collected ASAP: any errors discovered after this term will not be able to be corrected.
For information or queries regarding examinations, please contact Mrs Bostock, Examinations Officer
Please refer to the links below concerning the expected conduct of students during examinations and regulations relating to written examinations, on-screen tests and controlled assessments.
This information has been produced by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ), the organisation responsible for regulating GCSE, GCE, ELC, FCSE and Functional Skills qualifications. All schools and colleges throughout England must follow their guidelines. We must report all instances of misconduct, whether they occur during exams or whilst completing coursework or controlled assessments.
Post Result Services
If you are concerned about a result, we advise you take the following steps at the start of the new academic year, 1st September:
• Discuss your concern, via email, with your teacher or Head of Department from 1st September onwards.
• Consider the Review of Results (ROR) service provided by the exam boards. There are two services available:
Service 1 – a Clerical Check of Marks
Service 2 – Review of Marking. Please note this is a review, not a remark.
Be aware that the exam boards charge a fee. Please see the Post Results Services information and form for further details and fees.
If you decide to request either service, the deadline is Friday 22nd September 2023.
1. The Review of Results information (1 page) and ROR Fees/Form (p2). At the moment it is in excel – I’m not sure which is the best way to save it for student/parent to be able to fill in digitally.