Examination Results

After an incredibly challenging period, our fantastic A Level and GCSE students will be rewarded for their hard work. No matter what grades you receive, you will have important decisions to make. Remember, we are always here to help.

A/AS Level Results Day is Tuesday 10th and GCSE Results Day is Thursday 12th.

Getting Your A Level Results

A/AS Level CCEA grades can be accessed online from 7am on Tuesday 10th August with your individual identification/PIN which were issued by the Examinations Officer in the Summer Term.

These results will also be available in school from 9am on Tuesday morning.

Covid restrictions will be in place.

  • Pupils should enter the school unaccompanied and must wear a mask.
  • Enter via reception and follow the coned path to the Assembly Hall where the results are to be collected.
  • Exit the school through the Canteen.

Results will not be issued by telephone.

Careers Staff will be available for advice and guidance on Tuesday morning.

Getting Your GCSE Results

GCSE results will be available in school from 9am on Thursday morning.

Covid restrictions will be in place.

  • Pupils should enter the school unaccompanied and must wear a mask.
  • Enter via reception and follow the coned path to the Assembly Hall where the results are to be collected.
  • Exit the school through the Canteen.

Results will not be issued by telephone.

Careers Staff will be available for advice and guidance on Thursday morning.

Examination Results Guidance

CCEA have produced a document for A Level students called “What Next?” which answers some of the key questions you have when it comes to your results.

If you would like to know more about the post-results service CCEA offer, please visit their dedicated webpage.

Enquiries About Results

If you feel one of your AS/A/GCSE results (Centre Determined Grade) is incorrect, you may use the Post-Results Service to query the result.

THERE IS NO FEE FOR THIS SERVICE BUT YOU MUST THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE APPLYING TO APPEAL A GRADE – AS IT IS IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER THAT THE OUTCOME OF ANY QUERY MAY BE THAT YOUR RESULT WILL GO DOWN, WILL STAY THE SAME OR WILL GO UP.

Please read the following three documents:

How to appeal your grade?

If you believe an error has been made, there is a system in place to appeal your grade. You should speak to the school and request a centre review so we can check for any clerical mistakes.

The process is as follows:

  • Collect a Stage 1 Post-Results Service Submission Form from school reception.
  • Complete Section A of this Stage 1 form
  • Return this form to school reception
  • The school will inform you of the outcome of this appeal stage

In terms of the supporting evidence, there is a strict character limit imposed by the exam boards so please be succinct and factual.

This stage has to be completed first before. If we identify a mistake, we can submit a revised grade to the exam board to consider.

If you still think your grade is incorrect after the initial check, you can ask us to appeal to the examination board on your behalf. You can appeal for any of the following reasons:

  • there was an error in the way Bloomfield Collegiate School followed or applied its procedure for determining your teacher assessed grade;
  • we did not make a reasonable judgement when deciding which evidence to use to determine your teacher assessed grade;
  • we did not make a reasonable judgement about your grade based on the evidence gathered;
  • there was an error in the way Bloomfield Collegiate School conducted the centre review process; or
  • the exam board made an administrative error.

If you still feel the result (Centre Determined Grade) is incorrect, you need to:

  • Collect a Stage 2 Post-Results Service Submission Form from school reception.
  • Complete this Stage 2 form
  • Return the form to school reception.

Again, it is important to remember that the outcome of any query may be that your result may go down, may stay the same or may go up.

The exam boards will investigate according to the grounds on which the appeal is made. Their decision is final.

The documents you need to appeal.

You can click this link to download CCEA’s post-results service submission form. They are also available from reception in school.

If you were studying a specification delivered by AQA, Pearson, OCR or WJEC and would like to appeal the grade awarded, you can download the Student Request Form for Centre Review. Again, this form is also available from reception.

Deadlines

The deadlines for submission of these appeals are:

  • Priority (A Level/Year14 only) Stage 1 – 16th August 2021
  • Priority (A Level/Year14 only) Stage 2 – 23rd August 2021
  • Non-Priority (A/AS Level/GCSE) Stage 1 – 3rd September 2021
  • Non-Priority (A/AS Level/GCSE) Stage 2 – 17th September 2021

Please contact Dr Greer or Mr Waterworth if you need any advice about this process.

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