Exams and Results
Important Information for Examination Candidates
Candidates must be available up to and including Wednesday 24th June, this is the contingency day.
Candidates last exam may be before this date, however if one of the examination papers has been compromised or postponed for any reason the contingency day will be used to re-schedule it.
Who to contact
Mr Vigeon (Assistant Headteacher i/c Examinations) or Mr Springett (Examinations Secretary) via the Assessment Office.
The following documents give details of school and external examinations and assessment: Dates in these documents are provisional and are subject to change.
Here are links to some documents that provide information to candidates about examinations:
Examination results days
GCE results: Thursday 13th August 2020
GCSE results: Thursday 20th August 2020
Students can collect their results at the following times:
|GCE||Year 13||0800 - 1300|
|Year 12||0900 - 1300|
|GCSE||Year 11||0900 - 1300|
|Year 10||1000 - 1300|
If you cannot collect your results
For students who cannot collect their own results, they can designate someone else to collect them. The designated person MUST bring a letter from the student and photographic proof of identification for themselves.
If results need to be sent home a stamped self-addressed envelope, handed in to reception or the Assessment Office, will be required.
Under no circumstances will results be issued over the phone.
The Awarding Bodies issue certificates well after the examinations have taken place. The school holds a Presentation Evening in September where students are handed a school produced certificate for their records. The Awarding Body certificates are then available for collection the following December/January (when certificates are available information will be shown on the school website).
GCE and GCSE certificates from the May/June 2018 examination series can be collected now.
If you cannot collect your certificates
For students who cannot collect their own certificates, they can designate someone else to collect them using the certificates collection authority. The designated person MUST bring photographic proof of identification for themselves along with them.
What happens if I do not collect my certificates?
Please be aware that certificates only need to be retained by the school for 12-months before they are securely destroyed. Therefore it is important that you collect your certificates as soon as possible, by arrangement with the Assessment Office, to ensure that you do not have to pay for expensive replacements. Ex-students who believe they may have certificates held by the school should email [email protected] requesting advice on whether their certificates are available, giving the following information:
- Full Legal Name at the time the examinations were taken
- Date of Birth
- Year of leaving Fulston Manor
Where certificates are held by the school and you are unable to collect them (by appointment) in person, it is possible to make alternative arrangements, as long as these are received in writing in advance of your request. The certificates collection authority can be downloaded, filled in and posted back to a third party making an appointment with the Assessment Office, or with the appropriate attached funds to cover the postage of your certificates.
If there are any questions relating to examinations then contact the Examinations Secretary Mr Springett (Ext 211) or Mr Vigeon.