Key Dates for Academic Year:
GCE Results: Thursday 15 August 2019, 08:00-11:30am
GCSE Results: Thursday 22 August 2019, 09:00-11:30am
Procedures for GCSE results day
Results from each exam board will be collated and put into an envelope which can be collected from school on results day. If you are not able to collect your envelope in person on results day you may authorise, in advance, someone else to collect it for you, but this authorisation must be in writing (even if the person collecting your results is your parent/guardian) and it will be attached to your results envelope. Give the letter to the Exams Office and ensure you have signed it. If a different person has to come and collect it, you must write another letter to the Exams Officer giving that person permission to collect your results. Without a signed letter from you we are not allowed to release results to any third party (this includes your parents/guardians or relatives).
If you want your results posted, please enclose a 1st class stamped envelope addressed to the address you want your results sent to with the letter. Unstamped envelopes and uncollected envelopes will be taken to the school Reception desk and can be collected. We cannot give out results of exams over the telephone or via email.
Key Information for Year 11
- Revision Guidance for all Subjects
- Information for Courses
- Preparation for Exams
- Essential Equipment for Exams
CORE EVENING INFORMATION (Wed 3 October 2018)
JCQ Advice and Information
- Warning to Candidates
- Controlled Assessments
- Appeals Against Internal Assessments of Work
- Advice for Written Exams and On-Screen Tests
- GCE, ELC & Project qualifications Coursework Assessments
- Examinations during severe weather conditions and periods of disruption
Information on Obtaining Replacement GCE and GCSE Examination Certificates
Examination Results 2018
We are delighted to announce another set of fantastic exam results this year and extend our warmest congratulations to all of the students who achieved them. This is the first year where the majority of subjects are graded 9 to 1, but despite the challenges that this has brought, the students and staff rose to them well.
In Maths, 77% of students achieved a grade 4 or higher, (7% above the National average) and 52% achieved a grade 5 or more. In English Language 80% of students achieved a grade 4 or above, (10% above the National average), and 64% achieved a grade 5 or above, (11% above the National average). English Literature also enjoyed some excellent results, with 83% achieving a grade 4 or above, (9% above the National Average) and 59% achieving at least a grade 5, (3% above the National Average).