Results days - August 2022
Thursday 18th August – A level Results and other Level 3 qualifications
Students can collect results from 8:30am to 11am. 8:30 is the earliest schools and colleges are allowed to release results, and coincides with the UCAS helpdesk opening time.
Signs will direct students to the location of results collection, which will be in the Sixth Form College building.
Lots of subject staff, senior leaders, and our Head of 6th form Ms. Camm will be on hand for help and advice.
Thursday 25th August – GCSE results and Sixth Form Enrolment Day
Students can collect results from 9am to 2pm
Students will follow a one-way system through the Sixth Form entrance, along the social area and up stairs. Staff will show you where to go from the top of the stairs towards SF1 and SF2 where you can collect your results. Enrolment forms, if applicable, will be in your results envelope. Please hand these in before leaving, ensuring all options are complete. There will be staff available on the day to support you with this. Please see Mrs Greeney on the day, to make an appointment with the relevant staff, should you wish to discuss or change any of your options.
Any other issues
For any issues or queries regarding your results, including being unable to collect your results on the day, then you should email email@example.com, from your student email address.
Sixth Form Help and Advice
Faculty representatives will be available to discuss options with students that have not met the entry requirements. A signature from the faculty representative must be obtained for a student to enrol on a course without the entry requirements.
Details of the induction day on Monday 5th September will be in the results envelope.
Any student who has not enrolled on Results Day will be able to arrange to do so with Ms Camm on Thursday 1st or Friday 2nd of September. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to do so.
Appeals - What if you think a grade is wrong?
If you're unhappy about an exam result, you can request a clerical re-check or review of marking ('reviews of results'), or request the marked paper ('access to scripts').
Please check the JCQ advice on Post-Results Services before reading one of our two guides relating to post results deadlines, fees and charges. One is for GCE and the other relates to GCSE. Once you have familiarised yourself with the post results process and you which to proceed, please complete our on-line application form.
Please note that grade protection does not apply to any of our post-review services that include a review of marking. This means that students’ marks and subject grades may be lowered, confirmed or raised as a result.
Awarding Body Post-results information
All of the awarding bodies publish detailed information on their own websites.