Results and Certificates
A Level/Level 3 results will be published on 15 August 2019 and may be collected between 8.30 and 10.30am.
GCSE results will be published on 22 August 2019 and may be collected between 8.30 and 10.30am.
If you are unable to collect results in person and would like a friend or other member of the family to collect them on your behalf, then they must have a signed letter from you authorising the specific named person. The nominated person must also present proof of identity in the form of a passport or driving licence when they pick up the results.
On results day there will only be a small number of staff in school, so take time to understand your results.
A Level students: may need to talk to the careers or the exams team in relation to review of marking and photocopied scripts as these are very time restricted.
GCSE students: there will be opportunities to discuss results with the careers team by going to the careers suite or sixth form staff by booking appointments through the main school reception on results day.
Details of fees and deadlines for reviews of marking as well as other post-results services can be found here. These forms will include times the exam office will be open.
YOU MUST NOT TELEPHONE THE SCHOOL FOR YOUR RESULTS -
THEY WILL NOT BE SUPPLIED IN THIS WAY.
- Any remaining results which have not been collected will be posted at the end of the day on the 15 and 22 August respectively.
- Results will not be provided to students who have not returned their books.
- Candidates who have been asked to pay for their own exam entry or for exams missed without good reason will not be issued with any of their results until the fees owing have been received.
Certificates will be ready for collection in November. Postcards will be sent to Year 12 and 13 leavers, as well as Year 11 pupils who do not attend Northgate Sixth Form. Students who go into Year 12 and 13 will have their certificates put in their form trays for collection. Certificates will be returned to the Awarding Body if you fail to collect them within the given time period stated on the postcard.
If you ask someone else to collect your certificates, you must supply this person with a note of authorisation signed by you.
Please remember that these are legal documents and you will be required to produce regularly during your working life.
KEEP THEM SOMEWHERE SAFE!
If you lose them they are expensive to replace and you will have to contact each Awarding Body individually.