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Last year’s results are distributed when the Government Tables of Examinations results are published. Each year the majority of our Year 13 students continue their studies at Universities and Colleges of Further Education.
Exams Years 10 - 13
If a pupil has studied a subject and been entered on an examination, it is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to ensure they attend school and sit it. Should a pupil miss the examination without a justifiable reason (agreed by the Headteacher) the entry fee must be paid by the parent.
Numeracy & Literacy Exams
All pupils in Years 7-11 sit examinations as appropriate. In Year 11 all pupils sit mock examinations during the Autumn Term. The school prepares all pupils to enter for public examinations. See more information for parents & carers from the Welsh Government here
Good Exam Nutrition
When you're busy revising and thinking about your exams, it's easy to forget about eating healthily and to just reach for the nearest piece of food. Eating properly is just as important as revising properly. It can actually help you to revise better. Like revision, eating healthily should start well before your exam but – also like revision – it's never too late to start!
JCQ Candidate Information Documents
JCQ Candidate Information Documents to Download
We realise that the current circumstances around GCSE, AS and A Level results will be causing students and their parents significant anxiety at the moment, and so we want to try and keep you up to date with developments as they occur.
Please check back here regularly to see if there have been any changes to the current situation.
As this is a rapidly evolving situation, please click here to access the most up to date information from the Welsh Government, WJEC and our other partners in education regarding school closures and examinations.
We are waiting for information from other exam boards.
A levels results will be published on 10 August and GCSE results on 12 August.
The results sheets you receive on Results Day are NOT your actual certificates.
If you have any queries about your results, please contact your subject teacher as soon as possible.
Collection dates for GCSE and A Level certificates will be posted on this website. When applicable, collections can be made from the school reception from this date during term-time mornings only please.
Collecting Examination Certificates
BTEC, GCSE, AS level and A Level certificates can be collected from the school reception, Monday to Friday between 9am and 3pm during term time.
Students can collect their certificates in person or nominate somebody to collect their certificates on their behalf. All certificates will need to be signed for.
Under regulations, we are authorised to keep certificates for a minimum of 12 months from the date of issue. After 12 months, any unclaimed certificates can then be destroyed in a confidential manner. We have certificates from 2017 onwards.
Certificates are valuable documents as they are the official record of exam results and should be looked after very carefully. The school cannot provide replacements if they are lost; you must request replacements from the exam boards directly, for which they charge a fee.
To find out more from the Welsh Government about National Testing click here or use the links below: