Exam Results and Certificate Collection
Examination Results 2019
|A Level results - 8am, Thursday 15th August 2019|
|GCSE results - 9am, Thursday 22nd August 2019|
If you are unable to collect your results in person, you may give written permission to a nominee to collect them.
In order for the results to be released, the note of authorisation should be presented by the nominee.
Alternatively if you would like your results to be posted to you, please post a stamped, addressed envelope to Mrs Turner marked 'F.A.O Mrs Turner - EXAMS' to Reading School.
If you have any concerns following your results, please get in touch with the Head of Sixth Form, Mr Evans email@example.com
ISSUING OF CERTIFICATES FROM SCHOOL RECEPTION/OFFICE
Where possible, certificates should be collected at Prize Giving in the Michaelmas term following the results.
If this is not possible, students themselves can collect their certificates from school reception during school hours in term-time. You must bring a form of Identification with you.
If students wish to have their certificates posted to them they can pay £2.50 by cheque to “Reading School” to cover the cost of postage and give details of the address to the Exams Officer via reception or firstname.lastname@example.org in advance.
If you forgot to collect your certificates you can post a cheque in to school for £2.50 payable to “Reading School” to:
Exam Department (Certificate Collection) Reading School, Erleigh Road, Reading, RG1 5LW Please remember to give details of the address to post the certificates to.
Alternatively students can nominate someone to collect their certificates but must provide a signed letter permitting collection with the details of their date of birth and exam number as well as the name of the person they are authorising to collect on their behalf.
As set out by the Joint Council for qualifications, the school has no obligation to keep these certificates or make them available beyond a period of 12 months after issue.
It is worth noting that these certificates will be required in future for scrutiny by potential employers and/or academic institutions. As such, it is in the student's interest to take responsibility for the collection of these important documents.