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Exam Results Days Collection - August 2018

A & AS Level:   Thursday 16th August 2018    9 am - 10 am   

GCSE:               Thursday 23th August 2018    10 am - 2 pm  (also Sixth Form Enrolment)

If students are unable to collect their results in person they can give a signed letter of authority to a family member or friend who can collect the results on their behalf.

If you want results posted to you, you must provide a first class stamp for a large A4 envelope to the school office together with details of your name, address and year group.

Note - ordinary first class stamps are not sufficient. You do not need to provide an envelope as your results will already have been placed in one.

Please don’t email Year Leaders after the end of the school term and before results days as they will be unable to respond to emails.

Failure to make arrangements prior to the end of term, could mean that students are not informed of their results until the start of the Autumn Term in September.

We will not give out exam results by email or phone call.

Full details of what to do after you receive your results are available on this website . Please click on the links in the left hand panel.

 
 
Please click here to view the  details of exam boards and subject codes for Exams 2017/18 and 2018/19. Scroll to the bottom of this page if you wish to download the document.
 

Help to Start Revising

Visit this website - Get Revising: https://getrevising.co.uk/

Designed for GCSE and A Level exams

More than just a revision tool.

Create a study timetable.

Access exam board specific revision material and past papers.

Tools for creating flash cards, mind-maps and more.

Click this link for instructions on how to use this tool.

Click this link for information about the exam boards for each subject for Year 10 students.

 

Revision Material, GCSE and A Level

Click this link for an interactive list of useful revision material

 

Exam / Revision Stress
The exam period gives rise to a lot of stress both for students and parents. This link  '9 ways to manage stress'  gives some advice that you may find useful.