Parents & Carers
- GCSE Pre-Results Day Information Letter
- A message from Mrs Broome, Principal, to all year 11 pupils at Ossett Academy
- Yr13 Results Day Letter (13 August 2020)
- Yr13 Pre-Results Day Supporting Letter (Aug 2020)
- Message from OFQUAL for Yr11 & Yr13 Students (Aug 2020)
Help and Guidance
Contact the Academy – we are here to help
Should you require any assistance in relation to your examination results be this academic or welfare support, please contact the academy in the first instance. You can do this on site at the results collections times above. Once you have received your results you can do this by contacting the academy on email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Post 16 A Level and Vocational Examination Series Student Appeal Procedure
28 August 2020: Please refer to our latest appeal process guidance.
Autumn Examination Series
A further option that you have outside of the appeals process, is to undertake examinations in one or more of the subjects where you believe the grade does not represent your ability, or the grade you believe you could have achieved should the summer exam series had gone ahead. The autumn exam series is an opportunity for students who either were unable to receive a calculated grade in the summer, or who want to try to improve their grade.
The dates for the autumn exam series are:
- 5th to 23rd October 2020 for A Levels
- 2nd to 23rd November 2020 for GCSEs
Please see the Autumn Series Request Form – you will need to complete and submit to the exams officer at the Academy should you wish to sit any exams as part of the autumn exam series. Before doing so, please speak to a member of the Senior leadership Team or your subject teachers for further guidance.
National Exam Results Helpline
The national exam results helpline, delivered by the National Careers Service, will also be available from 12 to 28 August to provide additional support to students and their parents as they receive their exam results. Callers to the helpline will have direct access to experienced careers advisers who can advise on the different options available to them including T levels, A levels, GCSEs, BTECs, apprenticeships and other vocational options. Support will also be available on topics such as clearing, university, gap years and the autumn 2020 exam series.
- Phone: 0800 100 900
- Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 8am to 10pm
Given the very different circumstances our pupils face this academic year in terms of their examination results please see the link for further information about how the process of awarding grades has been undertaken by academies and sixth form colleges across the country at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/awarding-qualifications-in-summer-2020
You may also find the following links useful:
- A handy video to explain the results process
- Letter to parents and students 11 Aug 2020
- A guide to post 16 qualification results summer 2020
- Your results – what next?
Absence from Examinations
If a student is unable to sit an exam through illness, they should telephone the school immediately and notify the Examinations Officer. Candidates who miss an examination will be required to complete a Self Certification Form, and may also be asked to provide a letter from their doctor.Self Certification Form
JCQ Regulations & Notices for Candidates
General Warnings to CandidatesCTA
8.2 Information for candidates – CourseworkCTA
8.3 Information for candidates – Non Examination AssessmentsCTA
8.4 Information for candidates – Onscreen TestsCTA
8.5 Information for candidates – Privacy NoticeCTA
8.6 Information for candidates – Social MediaCTA
8.7 Information for candidates – Written ExamsCTA
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