Results Day – August 2021
This year, due to Covid-19, the Government decided that the summer 2021 examination
series would not go ahead as normal and instead tasked schools/colleges with assessing and
determining student grades using a range of evidence.
Viewing your results
All results will be emailed at 8.00am except those picking up their results as per appointment. (provided we have received them back from the exam board).
If your results aren’t showing, keep checking your email inbox and also your junk folder as results will be sent as we receive confirmation from the exam boards!
If you have any queries about your results you can email our exams officer, details below.
If you are considering resitting your GCSE’s contact us immediately.
If you are considering undertaking Further Education, then contact our dedicated Admissions Team or view our A level courses
and complete our Application form.
A Level Results
If you have achieved the results you want – congratulations!
You have achieved your offer, however are unhappy with your grades, you can email us to discuss this.
If you haven’t achieved the results you want/need – don’t worry, staff will be available to speak to you, and help with contacting universities (for A2s), or to speak regarding progression (for AS).
UCAS track updates from 8.30am
If you have achieved the grades required for your firm offer, your track will update automatically. (It will change to unconditional)
If you haven’t achieved the grades required for your firm offer, it may still show up as unconditional. This means that the university has chosen to accept you with lower grades
If you haven’t achieved the grades required for your firm offer, it may show up as unsuccessful. This means that the university has not accepted you with the lower grades. You may still be able to appeal this.
Appeal dates and deadlines
For information about the appeals process please follow the process with the relevant Exam
*Priority appeals – students applying to higher education who did not get their first choice and
wish to appeal an A level
Please note there is no priority option for GCSE appeals