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Results Day Information

A-Level Results Day – Thursday, 13 August 2015

Year 12 - Examination results will be available for collection after 1 pm in the Sixth Form College building on Thursday 13 August. Following registration in the Atrium students will be directed to a classroom where a member of staff will deliver results.

Year 13 -  Examination results will be available for collection after 9 am in the Sixth Form College building on Thursday 13 August. Following registration in the Atrium students will be directed to a classroom where a member of staff will deliver results.

Please remember to bring with you:-

  • Your UCAS personal ID number and any telephone numbers of universities you may need
  • Clearing information you may have been sent in the post or by e-mail
  • Any text books, library books, past papers, which you have not returned
  • Locker keys. Refunds will be given if you hand in your key(s) - £5 refund for two keys; £2.50 for one key. Please ensure you have emptied your locker. Any items left in lockers will be disposed of.

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GCSE Results Day – Thursday, 20 August 2015

Examination results will be available for collection after 10 am in the Main School Dining Room on Thursday, 20 August

If you have successfully met the conditions of your offer for entry into the Sixth Form College, you should make your way to the Main School Hall where interviews will be taking place between 10 am to 12 pm.

Year 12 Induction takes place on Monday, 7 September where you will be participating in a variety of activities with members of your new Progress Group and your Progress Tutor.  AS level lessons begin on Tuesday, 8 September.  You will be given more details of the Induction Day activities at your enrolment interview.

Unable to collect your results personally?

If you know you are going to be on holiday or you are unable to personally collect your examination results for any reason, you need to complete a ‘Results Day Instruction’ form and return to Mrs Covey or Mrs Gee in the school office before 17 July 2015.  All  Year 11, 12 & 13 students have either been sent a detailed letter with the necessary forms attached or, in the case of Year 13, the letter will be sent shortly.

Under no circumstances will results be given over the telephone - Students can request on the form for their results to be emailed to their school email address or for someone to collect them on their behalf.

Staff will be on hand on both GCSE and A-Level results days to offer assistance and advice.

If students or parents have any queries or questions in the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Mrs Gee at school.  Specific examination results queries should be directed to Mrs Covey – Examinations Officer.

The very best of luck to students with their examination results!

Summer School 2015

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If you have received an invitation to summer school and have replied already then you will find an outline of what to expect below. If you have received an invitation and have not yet replied then please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as soon as possible. Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate every new starter at Summer School and only those who receive an invitation can attend.
Mrs Mayne

We are looking forward to welcoming you to the summer school and have been busy planning lots of exciting activities for your time here.

The theme of the Summer School this year is ‘Opportunity, Resilience, Respect, as this is our school ethos we thought it would be an interesting and relevant theme to get you all involved.

More Information

Start of Autumn term – Monday 7th September

Year 7 will come in to school at 8.45am and be directed to the dining room to be welcomed by progress tutors. They will then have a brief assembly with Mr Mayne before going off with their progress tutors for the remainder of the day. Normal lessons will commence on Tuesday 8th July.

Year 12 will go straight to the atrium at 8.45am. Assembly will commence at 9.30am.

Years 8-11 and 13 should arrive in school at 11.30am and go straight to College rooms for morning registration.

Lunchtime arrangements will be as normal for all students other than Year 7. Year 7 students will go into lunch 30 minutes early for this day and the remainder of the week.

School buses will be at the normal time (see timetable for September). Should your son or daughter be in Years 8-11 and need to come in at the normal school start time of 8.45am, they should report to their Pastoral Manager who will accommodate them until the other students arrive at 11.30am.

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