Exam Results Information
Results Days—Summer 2016
Thursday 18th August 2016—AS/A2 Results
Thursday 25th August 2016—GCSE Results
Results will be available between 0830am—12pm in the Octagon. The Exams Officer, Sixth Form staff and other teachers will be available between those times if you have any queries regarding your results. If you wish to pick them up later than these dates or times they will be available from the Sims Office.
Ways to Collect Your Results:
In Person—The easiest way to collect your results is to come into College on the results day (see dates and times above). You will need provide us with your candidate/exam number when collecting your results envelope. If you are unable to attend on the results day you may visit the Sims Office to collect your results.
Nominating Another—If you are unable to collect your results in person, you may nominate a friend or family member to collect them for you. You must nominate this person, in writing, before the results date or give them a letter to bring with them when the collect your results. Your nominated person must bring some form of ID with them so that we may verify we are handing your results to the person named in your permission letter.
We cannot hand out results to parents without prior, written permission from the candidate as we are bound by the Data Protection Act.
Mailed—Another option is to provide an SAE prior to the exam results, with which we can send your results out to you in. Please ensure that the envelope is large enough to hold your results (A5-A4 is best) and that the stamp is correct for the size of the envelope (normal/large letter stamp). We will mail the results out on the results day.
J Hamilton Kates BSc (Hons)
Bronze ‘Arts Award’ qualification
41 students in year 9 and 10 have achieved a Bronze ‘Arts Award’ qualification. All students had to participate in an arts challenge, watch a live performance, research an arts inspiration and share and teach an arts skill of their choice. The examiner was very impressed with their work and dedication to the arts. They will all receive a certificate and badge in September. The students were:
Thanae Tsrika – Garland
Sam Reddell Denton
The Phoenix project is aimed at students who are somewhat disengaged with education and is designed to build self-esteem and instil a sense of responsibility. We try to get the very best from all those who attend in an attempt to boost their confidence and prove to themselves that they can succeed when things get tough.
I am so very proud of what our Students have managed to achieve this week. They have been taken out of their comfort zone and faced a new challenge every day. They have shown resilience and moral courage throughout. They have stuck together and worked as a team to accomplish their goals.