A Level/Level 3 BTEC results are released on Thursday 16 August 2018 Students can collect their results from 9.00am.
GCSE/Level 2 BTEC results are released on Thursday 23 August 2018 These results can be collected by the student from 9.00am
Students who are unable to collect their results in person may give a relative or friend a signed letter giving that person permission to collect the results on their behalf. Alternatively, students can supply the Exams Office with a stamped addressed envelope (size C5: 23cm x 16cm is best) prior to the Results Day and results will be posted that evening. Results will only be emailed to Boarders
After you receive your results you may wish to receive a copy of your marked examination script, or ask the school to request a review of marking of an examination. These services are available as detailed below.
Please note that the deadline dates given below are Exam Board dates and cannot be extended.
For PRIORITY SERVICES deadlines are just one week after the results have been released and well before the start of the Autumn Term.
Request forms can be found below or are available from the Exams Office. Details of fees are given on the form. All post results service requests must be submitted to Mrs Cobley, the Examinations Officer.
You may request the return of any of your marked examination scripts. If a priority script is requested by the deadline date given below it will be received in time for you to consider requesting a review of marking for that examination. (Priority scripts are not available for AQA GCSE subjects). Non-priority scripts are available to support teaching and learning.
Requests for A Level priority scripts must be made by 1pm on Thursday 23 August.
Requests for GCSE priority scripts must be made by 1pm on Thursday 30 August.
Requests for non-priority scripts for A level and GCSE must be made by 1pm on Thursday 27 September. These scripts may not be available until early November.
GCE and GCSE candidates may ask the school to request a Review of Marking of an examination paper. It is recommended that this is only considered if the original grade is at least one grade below the candidate’s forecast grade and just below a grade borderline. It should be done in consultation with the Head of Subject or Mrs Randall. If the school submits an enquiry about the result of an examination paper there are three possible outcomes:
-The original mark is confirmed as correct, and there is no change to the grade
- The original mark is raised so that the final grade may be higher than the original grade received
- The original mark is lowered so that the final grade may be lower than the original grade received.
Consequently the Awarding Bodies require the candidate to sign a form confirming that they understand how the outcome might change, and that they give their consent to the enquiry being made.
Candidates whose 2018 place in higher education is dependent on the outcome of a review of marking may make a priority request up to 1pm on Thursday 23 August. Other requests must be received by Mrs Cobley by 1pm on Thursday 20 September.
Fees must be paid by cash or cheque when the form is submitted. We cannot accept payment by Debit or Credit card. (Boarders may email Mrs Cobley to make alternative arrangements).
Please select the link below to the appropriate form:
Mrs S Randall, Director of Sixth Form : email@example.com
Mrs P Cobley, Examinations Officer : firstname.lastname@example.org