GANF GCSE Newsletter

GCSE EXAMINATIONS - SUMMER 2015

ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE RECEIPT OF GCSE EXAM RESULTS ONLY

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Examination Board results will be issued to students on Thursday 20th August 2015.

Results will be available for collection from Ambergate Sports College only, between 9.30am and 10.30am. Please note that students who have taken other examinations will be notified of their results in due course.  

  • Results will not be handed to friends or parents/carers unless previous arrangements have been made with Mrs Corrall or Mr Ellis in writing, this must have been done prior to the end of the summer term on Wednesday 22nd July 2015.
  • Results that have not been collected will be posted by first class post to the home address held on the school database, so please ensure that these details are up to date.

Our aim is to hand out results as quickly as possible, we would therefore ask that you avoid telephone queries except in exceptional circumstances.

IF THE RESULTS ARE DELAYED

In the unlikely event that results are delayed for any reason we will contact you directly on the phone number we have on the school system.

PUBLICISING OUR GCSE EXAMINATION RESULTS

Results are the personal property of Indervidual students. They will not  therefore be put on display. An analysis of the schools overall results will, however, be available on the website in late September.

OTHER EXAMINATIONS

All other outstanding exam results will be posted out to leavers before the beginning of September. 

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Certificates usually arrive in school  at the end of October and will be sent out to students by the end of November. Please remember to advise the school of any change of details once your son/daughter has left school  as their certificates will be posted to the address held on the school system.

Our thanks go to all of you, both parents and students, for working with the school. We hope that all students have enjoyed their time at GANF and that they receive the examination results they need to go onto college or work. We wish you all every success in the future.

Good luck everyone with your examinations.

 

James Ellis                                      Jo Corrall

Principal                                         Exams Officer