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Collecting results

If a student is unable to collect their results in person, we require their written authority for a named person to collect them on their behalf. This written authority must be received by the Exams Manager prior to results day and a copy brought on the day by the nominated person. Alternatively, the results can be posted to your home address, however, we will require a stamped addressed envelope to do so.

You can contact the Exams Manager via email here.

 

Arrangements for Summer 2021

This has been an exceptional year for all of us, however, we would like to reassure you before the summer that the process of awarding Teacher Assessed Grades was one conducted with the upmost professionalism and fairness. We wish you all the very best of luck as you begin the next stage in their learning or employment.

 

Post-16 results day: tuesday 10 August

Post-16 results will be released to students on Tuesday 10th August at 8.30am. This is in line with JCQ guidance on release times for all level 3 qualifications.

Students collecting results in person will be asked to line up outside the external sixth form entrance using the markings on the ground. Members of the school team, including Mr Naylor and Mrs Food will be on hand to greet students as they arrive and will ask all students to sanitise their hands before entering the building.

Students wishing to appeal any of their grades should read the guidance on our dedicated webpage here.

Family members who wish to attend

Family members may wait for their children in the car park or off site. Members of the Post-16 and careers team will be in school to offer support and guidance to any students who wish to talk through their next steps and options.

If you have Covid symptoms on the day

In line with the government guidance, please can I remind all families not to attend school if they, or someone in their household has COVID-19 symptoms.

If you cannot collect your results

Students who are unable to collect their results will need to contact school in writing via email: sixthform@silverdale.chorustrust.org to nominate an individual to collect their results; nominated individuals will need to bring a form of photo identification in order to collect the results. Letters can be emailed to school before Friday 16 July 2021 or brought in on results day itself.

Access to student email accounts

Please note that students who are leaving us will have their school email accounts deleted on the 1 September 2021. We suggest taking a copy of any important documents before this date.

 

GCSE results day: Thursday 12 August 2021

GCSE results will be released to students on Thursday 12 August. In order to minimise the mixing of students and maintaining social distancing ratios within the school building, we will be inviting students to school at allocated times. Year 11 will arrive in form groups to collect their results; timings for each set of form groups are detailed in the table below.

Arrival time 8.30am 8.45am 9.00am 9.15am 9.30am 9.45am 10.00am 10.15am
Forms S I L V E R D A

Students collecting results in person will be asked to line up outside the external PE entrance using the markings on the ground. Members of the school team, including Mrs Hussain and Mr Kent will be on hand to greet students as they arrive and will ask all students to sanitise their hands before entering the building.

Results will be handed out in the school sports hall and students will be directed to the appropriate desk for collection. Members of the Leadership Team and pastoral staff will be in school to offer support and guidance to any students who wish to talk through their next steps and options. After results documents have been collected, students will either move into the Assembly Hall to confirm their subjects on their 6th form application or exit the building.

The 6th form team will meet with individual students who need further support or wish to make changes to their original choices.

Unfortunately, we will need to remind students who do not need further support to make way for the next form group to arrive so that we can maintain safe levels of social distance in the building.

Students wishing to appeal any of their grades should read the guidance on our dedicated webpage here.

Family members who wish to attend

Family members may wait for their children in the car park or off site. If your child is anxious you may accompany them into school to collect their results slip but you will have to wait until the end of the allocated time slot for their form.

If you have Covid symptoms on the day

In line with the government guidance, please can I remind all families not to attend school if they, or someone in their household has COVID-19 symptoms.

If you cannot collect your results

Students who are unable to collect their results will need to contact school in writing via email: ks4pastoralsupport@silverdale.chorustrust.org to nominate an individual to collect their results; nominated individuals will need to bring a form of photo identification in order to collect the results. Letters can be emailed to school before Friday 16 July 2021 or brought in on results day itself.

Access to student email accounts

Please note that students who are leaving us will have their school email accounts deleted on the 1 September 2021. We suggest taking a copy of any important documents before this date.

Silverdale Sixth Form admissions guidance

Places will be available in Silverdale Sixth Form for students who:

  • have already received an offer and meet the entry requirements on results day;
  • made a late application, meet the entry requirements and space is available on the courses;
  • have successfully appealed their TAG and, as a result, meet the entry requirement; admission will only be agreed upon evidence of successful centre review and subsequent meeting of the entry requirement.

Students who fail to meet the entry requirements on results day or after a centre review will not be placed.

For successful transition to our sixth form there will be no admission beyond 15 September, due to the amount of work missed. Therefore, if you have a successful awarding body/exam board appeal (which may not be known until later September) you will have to defer entry for the following year.