GCSEs & A Level Results 2021
Tuesday 10th August – A Level Results Day
Thursday 12th August – GCSE Results Day
Results will be emailed to your School email address at 0830
It is vital that you are able to access your school email account and that you test it in advance of Results Day. We strongly recommend, therefore, that you test it now to check your logins are correct, and again a few days before Results Day just to make sure you have access. If you have forgotten your login details or have any other difficulties accessing your account, you should email email@example.com to resolve the issue.
Although we anticipate some of you will choose not to come into school on Results Day, the Queen’s Hall will be open as usual so that you can collect your grades in person, if you wish to do so. Please refer to the letter we sent to you with the timings for result collection. Senior staff will be on hand to welcome you in with appropriate social-distancing measures in place.
Entry to the site will be via the Quad gate. We would also appreciate it if you did not bring more than one family member with you when you come onto the site.
If you want someone else to collect your results on your behalf, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm this. Please note that we will not be giving out results over the phone.
If you are not happy with the grades you receive you should consult a Subject Leader or a senior member of staff before requesting a Centre Review or an Appeal to the Exam Board.
You must request a Centre Review before you can request an Appeal to the Exam Board. This is so the exam board is certain that the School submitted the grade intended.
A Level Exams Timetable – October 2021
If you wish to improve your GCSE or A Level grade you may wish to sit an exam in the Autumn 2021.
GCSE Exams Timetable – November 2021