GCSE: Exam Series: November 2023 - 11 January 2024
Vocational Qualifications: January 2024 Series - 21 March 2024
AS and A Level: Exam Series: June 2024- 15 August 2024
GCSE: Exam Series: June 2023 - 22 August 2024
Students should note that results are issued on a provisional basis and may be subject to amendment through the published post-results services. Candidate statements of provisional results are not certificates. An awarding body reserves the right to amend examination results prior to the issue of certificates.
POST RESULTS SERVICES
Before requesting any post results service, ensure you take advice from your teacher. Deadlines are fixed - do not wait until the last minute!
Forms for post results services can be downloaded from clicking on the following link:
Please complete the correct form - either GCE/Level 3 or GCSE
Requests must come from the student not the parent/carer and charges are per paper not by subject. If you are wishing to review paper one and paper two then this will incur two fees. Requests will only be actioned once full payment has been received. Please visit the SCOpay Internet Payments website page . Completed forms are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org Please seek help if you are unsure of what you need to do.
- Cannot be posted
- Must be signed for from Reception after 1st December
- Can only be collected after the presentation event, and within a published time frame.
If you are leaving us for a new destination, from week commencing Monday 11 December 2023 between the hours of 11am and 2pm your certificates will be available for collection from Reception on a drop in basis (please bring ID to prove your identity) until Friday 9th February 2024 (just before Spring half term). After half term, certificates will be stored securely until Friday 18th July 2024 – please contact Reception in advance to arrange collection. It is very important to collect your certificates and look after them carefully, as you will need them in the future and replacements are very expensive and difficult to obtain. The Piggott School is not obliged to retain certificates after a year and unclaimed certificates may be destroyed or returned to the exam board; you would have to approach each exam board directly for replacement certificates, at a significant monetary cost.