Notification of results
If you wish any other person (including family members) to collect your results on your behalf, you must give your written authorisation to school before results day.
Candidates who want their results posted MUST supply a stamped addressed envelope to Mrs Dawson before the end of the summer term.
No results will be given out by telephone.
A/AS LEVEL: Second Thursday in August
GCSE: Third Thursday in August
09.00am – 11.00am
If you need post-results advice, teaching staff will be available on results day.
If you need to re-sit English or Maths in November you should contact the Exams Officer.
If you require any exam scripts to be returned or have marking reviewed, you should discuss this with your teacher, complete the consent forms and bring the appropriate fee to Mrs Dawson by 15th September.
Presentation of certificates
A Presentation Evening will take place in December when it is hoped that you will be able to attend to receive your certificates. Invitations to students and their parents will be sent out with full details nearer the time.
Students who are unable to attend Presentation Evening will be able to collect their certificates from the Exams Officer after Presentation Evening. Certificates will not be given to anyone other than the candidate without the candidate’s written authorisation.
St Thomas More Catholic School is only obliged to keep certificates for a period of one year after issue. If candidates do not collect their certificates within this time (or if they lose their certificates) they can only be replaced by direct application to the appropriate examination boards. This will require proof of identity (such as a birth certificate) and a substantial fee per examination board (around £42). You are therefore urged to collect your certificates on Presentation Evening or as soon as possible thereafter and to keep them in a safe place.
Information on how to get replacement certificates from exam boards can be found on this website here
St Thomas More Catholic School will NOT post certificates to you, not only to avoid damage or loss whilst in transit, but to avoid the substantial replacement charge made by the exam boards.