Please refer to the tabs below for the latest examination information:
Summer 2021 Results Days
A level Results - Tuesday 10 August
From 8.30am in the Sixth Form Centre
GCSE Results - Thursday 12 August
In the Sixth Form Centre
Surnames A-C - 9.00am-9.30am
Surnames D-J - 9.30am-10.00am
Surnames K-P - 10.00am-10.30am
Surnames Q-Z - 10.30am-11am
We request that only students attend to collect their results to help keep
the number of people on site to a minimum.
If you are unable to attend and require your results to be emailed, or would like to nominate a person
to collect them on their behalf, your son/daughter will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emailed results will be sent on Thursday but we cannot confirm when this will happen.
All uncollected results will be posted at the end of the day.
Summer 2021 Appeals Information
What do I do if I’m not happy with my / my child’s grade?
All students have the opportunity to appeal their grade if they meet the eligibility criteria. The information regarding the Appeals process can be found in the letters below.
It is important to note that an appeal may result in a grade being lowered, staying the same, or going up. If a student puts in an appeal and their grade is lowered, they will receive the lower mark. When placing an appeal, the student will have to sign a declaration saying that they accept the fact their grade may go down and they may get a lower grade than their original TAG.
There is also the option to re-sit GCSEs, A levels and some AS levels in the autumn, which may be preferable to some students. The design, content and assessment of these papers will be the same as in a normal year.
Summer 2021 Grading Information
Summer 2021 examinations update
As a result of the disruption to the education of students caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the government considers that exams cannot be held in summer 2021 in a way which is, and which is perceived to be, fair.
In reaching this decision the government acknowledged that many schools are providing high-quality remote learning but there will be an impact on the coverage of the curriculum and students’ exam preparation. This impact will vary between regions, schools within a region and students.
On 15 January Ofqual and the Department for Education (DfE) published a joint consultation seeking views on how grades should instead be awarded. The consultation closed on 29 January. A full summary and analysis of the responses has been published Consultation Results Summer 2021. This document reflects Ofqual’s decisions following the consultation and in light of the Secretary of State’s direction to us, as the regulator of qualifications, examinations and assessments in England.
Below is an infographic to show you an overview of the process.
Updated March 2021 – Gov.uk
Public exam dates: TBC
PPE internal exam periods: TBC
Summer 2019 results
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|Attainment in English and Maths - % achieving grade 5 or above||51%|
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For additional detail on the 2019 results, please refer to the document below:
Further information about our examination results can be found here.
If you are an ex Y11 or Y13 student (2019-20), looking to collect your exam certificates from summer 2020, please ensure you email email@example.com 24hrs before you would like to collect so we can have them ready for you.
The Exams department is currently unable to accommodate walk in requests.
It is very important to collect your certificates and look after them carefully, as you will need them in the future and replacements are very expensive and difficult to obtain. Little Heath School is not obliged to retain certificates after a year and unclaimed certificates may be destroyed or returned to the exam board.
Information about our curriculum can be found here.