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Results Day Arrangements

We aim to provide an environment that is as safe as it can be in terms of risks to children, adults working in schools and wider families. As a consequence we have had to make amendments to our arrangements for results day and we will be implementing controls to minimise contact and mixing as far as possible.

·         Any student who has coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms should not come onto the school site.

·         Students should use the hand sanitisers which are available on site

·         Student should bring their own pen to sign for their results

·         The school will ensure that frequently touched surfaces are cleaned frequently

·         A face covering is recommended

Students should enter the school via the main school gates and follow the signs to their venue. There will be a one way system in place to reduce face to face contact. All routes will be clearly signposted on the day. There will be social distancing queuing system in place to ensure an appropriate distance is kept between students. Hand sanitiser stations will be available on arrival and exiting the building. Students should not arrive outside of their allocated time (information on the Examinations area of the website and in the attached document) and should open their results outside of the school grounds in order to facilitate the distribution of results for all students. We would advise that students are accompanied to the school by an adult to support them upon receipt of their results and with regards to any subsequent decisions that may need to be made. Parents must remain in the car park and are not permitted to enter the school building. They must also remain a safe distance away from queuing students.

Results cannot be released to anyone other than the student, unless Mrs Mandal, Examinations Officer, has received email permission in advance at The person authorised should carry photo ID. We are also unable to release results over the telephone or by email.

If students would like their results posted they should email Mrs Mandal, Examinations Officer with the address to which the results should be sent. The results will be posted on results day. If students need advice or assistance on the day they should email into so we can facilitate telephone support between 08.00-14.00 from Mrs Marshall, Mr Gosling, Mrs Daniels, Dr Parrott, Mrs Frost, Mrs Jackson and Heads of Department. Due to implementing controls to minimise contact it will not be possible to arrange face-to face meetings.

Please see the Centre Results and Appeals procedure and Information for Students documents for further information. Both of which can be found on this page.

QualificationYear Group DateTime/Location
GCSEY11Thursday 20 August Hall 
09:00 A-C, 09:20 Co-F, 09:40 G-K 

09:00 L-O, 09:20 P-S, 09:40 T-Z
GCSE – REY10Thursday 20 AugustHall 
11:00 A-C, 11:20 D-G, 11:40 H-K 
11:00 L-Pe, 11:20 Po-St, 11:40 Su-Z 
L2 Higher Project Y9Thursday 20 AugustHall 
A LevelY13Thursday 13 August08:00-09:30 
Hall A-E, Gym F-N, m-School O-Z 
EPQY12Thursday 13 AugustHall 
11:00 A-F, 11:15 G-Z

Centre Results and Appeals procedure document

Information for Students documents

Ofqual information

An infographic which explains the awarding process

The National Careers Service

The Exam Results Helpline will be running this year from the 12th August until the 28th August from 08.00 until 22.00 every day, and will be delivered by the National Careers Service.  The helpline offers free, impartial and confidential advice on your next steps.

Students, parents/carers and careers advisers will be able to access support by calling the helpline on 0800 100 900 or speaking to an adviser on their webchat, as well as on Twitter on @Exam_Helpline

The National Careers Service will be running a Virtual Careers Fair aimed at supporting young people who are looking for advice for their next steps after receiving their results. This will run over two days, Monday 24 August, aimed at 18 year-olds, and Tuesday 25 August, aimed at 16 year-olds, and will include live Q&A sessions with National Careers Service advisers, as well as content from a range of national and local organisations. Students can register for this event on the following link