Results Days 2021

A Level results will be available on Tuesday 10th August. School will be open from 8:30am for you to collect your results in person. We are unable to release results any earlier than this time. There will be support available on this day from the Head and Deputy Head of Sixth form for students needing help with UCAS applications and next steps.

GCSE results will be available on Thursday 12th August. School will be open for you to collect your results in person between 9am-11am. The Head and Deputy Head of Sixth form will be available to give advice and guidance to anyone thinking of joining our Sixth Form. If you have already applied for Sixth Form, please enrol when you collect your results as this will only take a few minutes.

If you are unable to collect your results in person, you have three options available to you:

  1. Arrange for someone else to collect your results on your behalf by either giving them written permission to bring with them to results day, or preferably, emailing Miss Byatt (nbyatt@colmers.school) in advance of results day. Please note that the person collecting your results must have some form of ID with them, if they are not a current student.
  2. You can have your results posted to you. You must provide a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Miss Byatt, Exams Officer. These will be posted out to you on results day, so it may be a day or two before you receive them. Please hand in your envelope to Main Reception before Monday 9th August.
  3. You may, in exceptional circumstances, receive your results via your school email. Please note we cannot send results to any other email address. Email your request (from your school email address) to nbyatt@colmers.school before Monday 9th August.

If you want to appeal your Teacher Assessed Grade (TAG) please contact Miss Byatt, via email (nbyatt@colmers.school) giving the details of the subject and the reason you wish to appeal. The deadline for submitting an initial appeal to school is 16th August. Please note that this deadline is set by the exam boards, any A Level or equivalent grades will not be able to be appealed after this date. Once we have further information regarding the detail of Autumn exams for those students who wish to sit the exam, we will contact all students directly.

Please access the links below to view the most up to date regulations and guidelines from the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ).

If you have any questions in regards to exams, please contact Miss Byatt (Exams Officer) on exams@colmers.school