Results Day

August 10th

Students can collect results from 8:30am on Tuesday 10 August. You can access UCAS Track to check the status of your application. The Careers, Progression and Aspiration Team will be available in the Media Centre, and will be able to access the adviser portal to see how you have done and support you in any further action you may need to take. They will be able to support you with any queries or concerns you may have.


Prospective Students

Pre Enrolment & Taster Tasks

Each subject has created a taster task which has been designed to give you a brief insight into the subject areas studied post 16, we hope you are able to use these in the upcoming weeks to support your choices when you enrol with us. Prior to starting your studies with us in September you will need to complete the Pre Enrolment Tasks for the subjects you have chosen and you need to bring these completed tasks with you during the first week of lessons.


Enrol with us...

August 23rd, 24th, 25th and 26th.

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JCQ Information for Candidates

We are required to provide you with access to information for examinations and assessments.

The school provides you with this information on behalf of the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ).

You must follow these rules for all of examinations and assessments. Anyone who breaks the rules has to be reported to the relevant Examination Boards and it is up to them to decide how to deal with the matter, for example they may decide to withdraw all of your examinations.

Warning to Candidates

Post Results Services

Instructions for conducting examinations

Information for candidates – Privacy Notice

Information for candidates – For written examinations

Information for candidates – For on-screen tests

Information for candidates – Coursework assessments

Information for candidates – Using social media and examinations/assessments

No Web Enabled Items

Key Information

Please note these following points:

  • Students are required to be at the location of their exam 15 MINUTES prior to the timetabled start time.
  • If you are having difficulties arriving on time, please contact the Examinations Office as soon as possible.
  • Late arrivals may not be permitted entry to the exam.
  • Failure to attend a timetabled exam will result in you having to pay for the exam unless evidence can be provided with a reason why.
  • Student ID Cards must be presented on entry to the exam room and displayed on your examination desk, picture facing up.
  • Students are required to attend their exams with the required equipment i.e. A BLACK PEN
  • Students are not permitted to wear hooded tops, hats/scarves or any outdoor clothing during an examination and will be asked to remove them.
  • Students are expected to wear appropriate clothing and will be asked to leave the examination room if it is felt that a student’s dress is unsuitable for an educational setting.
  • The room allocated on the exam timetable is subject to change. Any changes will be published on the Examination Notice Board (situated outside room G8) by 2.30 p.m. the day prior to each exam.
  • Please ignore the seat on the exam timetable this is purely for administration purposes.
  • Wrist Watches of any kind are not permitted in the Exam Room

If you have any concerns relating to the examinations, please do not hesitate to contact the Examinations Officer, Mrs Kathryn Afsahi on  or 0191 3835965

Mrs Kathryn Afsahi

Examinations Officer and Returns Manager

Mrs Claire Chadwick

Assessment, Data and Examinations Officer