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Collecting Your Exam Results

Results 2018

Examination Results - Collection Arrangements

Examination Results will be available as follows:
(You will need to bring some ID with you. For example your passport, driving licence or student ID card)

Year 13

  • Level 3 (A Level and BTEC)
  • Thursday 15th August 2019 from 8:00 until 10:00

Year 12

  • Level 2 (GCSE and BTEC)
  • Thursday 22nd August 2019 from 8:30 until 9:30

Unable to collect your results?

If you require someone to collect your results for you, they will need to bring a letter of authority written by you. The letter must contain:

  • Your name, date or birth and your signature
  • The name of the person to whom you are giving permission to and their relationship to you
  • The person collecting results on your behalf will be asked for some photographic proof of their ID, so please ask them to bring something suitable with them (driving licence, passport, etc.).
  • If the letter of authority is missing some of this information, we will not be able to issue your results.

Posting home

If you want your results to be posted home, you must supply a stamped, addressed envelope to the College Examinations Officer. Appropriate postage must be affixed to the envelope. Results posted home will not be sent as registered or recorded delivery.

On results day information, advice and guidance will be available if needed; there will be some of our university partners and the College Careers Adviser here to assist you in any way they can.

SJR Linguist Wins Prestigious Oxford University French Award

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Josie Astin, a talented Y12 dual linguist, has just been awarded the French Language prize at the University of Oxford’s annual summer school, standing out above a highly selective and talented cohort of students from all over the country, from both public and private institutions.


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To achieve this as a community we will:

  • Welcome all students who are happy to be educated within a Christian environment
  • Value the uniqueness and dignity of each individual
  • Provide the highest standards of teaching and learning
  • Show commitment to our work and the Christian values of the College
  • Provide equality of opportunity, with mutual respect and positive encouragement
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