Students will be issued with individual examination timetables mid-February. These timetables are also known as statements of entry and it is important students check all the details carefully, especially the spelling of their name, date of birth and the subjects and levels (i.e. Higher or Foundation) they have been entered for are all correct. Please note legal names should be used in examinations. Exam certificates will be printed with the names that are on these statements of entry. If the names are not correct you may in the future experience difficulties in using these certificates as evidence of your educational qualifications or in getting replacement certificates if you should lose the originals.
If there are any errors or omissions they must be reported to the Exams Officer IMMEDIATELY as it may be difficult to change things at a later date; it may also cost students money in late fees.
Students are responsible for making sure they know which exams they are entered for and when they take place. If an exam is not on the statement of entry it means you have not been entered for it and you must notify the Exams Officer immediately.
If a statement of entry has been lost, a duplicate can be requested from the Exams Office at a cost of £1 which will go to the school’s charity collection. After Easter individual timetables will be visible in Edulink.
For any queries regarding examinations please contact:-
Results will be available to collect from school from 9am and we look forward to seeing as many students (and parents) as possible on the day.
If students are unable to collect their results in person, they will need to leave a stamped and addressed envelope with Mrs Moore, Examinations Officer, and she will ensure that results are posted out to you. Results can only be given to a third party if written permission has been passed to Mrs Moore in advance stating who will be collecting the results on your child’s behalf.
Grading Process - Summer 2021
Please click on the link below to download the Student Guide from Ofqual in relation to the grading this summer, which we hope you will find helpful in relation to the grading process and the awarding of grades. A copy of this guide has also been made available to our students via EduLink.
Certificates must be collected by the person named on the certificates. Certificates will be available from the December after the summer examinations took place for a period of six years. If you cannot come in person you may send a representative but you must give the Exams Officer written permission authorising that person to collect your certificates. The third party must bring in some form of identification and a copy of the written authorisation.
If you wish to collect your certificates please notify school reception on Tel 01244 257088 specifying the date and time you would like to collect them and we will endeavour to have them ready for you. Please can you also bring in a form of identification.
Please note we are unable to post certificates or provide replacement ones.
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