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GCSE Results

We are looking forward to our first set of GCSE results at Wootton Park School this summer.

Our learners have worked incredibly hard over the last four years preparing for their English Language and Humanities GCSEs and these results can be collected from the Temporary Building Hall on Thursday 20th August between 9am and 12pm.

If result statements cannot be collected, they will be posted home. If you are dropping off your child, please remain in the temporary building car park whilst your child collects their results.

In accordance with current government guidelines should you or anyone in your household be displaying a symptom of COVID 19, we ask that you do not attend the event, and request only learners or their representative enter the school site and that appropriate social distancing is observed during the morning.

Once learners have collected their results, they can take them away to open with family should they wish to do so. If a learner is unable to attend on this date, a representative can do so for them.

Due to GDPR, we will not be able to give results to your representative without prior permission. If a learner would like a representative to collect their results, they need to request a consent form and return it by email to examsinfo@woottonparkschool.org.uk by no later than Tuesday 18th August.

Results will not be issued in any other form, other than the methods stated, under any circumstances. Staff will be available to learners for advice and support during the morning and we will also be running two drop in sessions should learners have any worries, questions or concerns about the results and their next steps. 

The wellbeing team will be available from 12pm-2pm on Thursday 20th August and from 10am-12pm on Friday 21st August. There will be no need to book but please be aware there may be a short wait should learners wish to see a particular member of the team.

Statement from Ofqual Chair 17.08.20                             

WPS Results and Appeals Process                                    

Ofqual Guidance: updated 19.08.20

Student Guide to post-16 results                                          

Student guide to appeals, malpractice, maladministration   

Exam Results Helpline: Telephone 0800 100 900

nationalcareers.service.gov.uk

The Exam Results Helpline can provide information on appeals, complaints, or what your next steps may be once you’ve received your results.

Ofqual: Telephone 0300 303 3344

Contact the Ofqual student support phoneline if you want to find out more about how you were graded, the autumn exams series, how to make an appeal or raise a concern about bias or discrimination.