The government has announced that GCSE and A-Level Results Days will take place on the dates planned before the coronavirus pandemic.

This means that students should collect their results on the following dates / times:

Year 13 – Thursday 13 August:

Students can collect their results between 8.00am-10.00am.
Following this, the Sixth Form and Careers team – Mrs Cain, Mrs Stubbs & Ms Banks – will be available all day (until 3.00pm) in a Post-Results Clinic in the Sixth Form Center to offer support and guidance for those looking at the future destinations.

Year 11 – Thursday 20 August:

Students can collect their results between 9.00am-10.30am.
Following this, the Sixth Form Sixth Form and Careers team will be available all day (until 3.00pm) in a Post-Results Clinic in the Sixth Form Centre to offer support and guidance for those looking at the future destinations.
There will be further ‘Clinic’ slots available for Year 11 students seeking advice on Friday 21 August if required.
Appointments can be made directly with Mrs Cain or Mrs Stubbs on results day or via sixthform@friaryschool.com.
Please do not make an appointment before you receive your results.

Matt Allman, Headteacher, said: “We have already circulated details on the process behind the exam grades but it is good to get clarity on when students receive them. Staff are working hard in school to follow the government’s guidelines to allocate the grades and it is a huge task. These grades will then be sent off to the Exam Boards, be reviewed, moderated and standardised, and we – and our students – will then wait and see what they finally come out as.”

For more details on how grades will be calculated visit: https://www.friaryschool.com/2020/04/03/y11-y13-update-information-on-gcse-a-level-grades-for-summer-2020/

For more details on the government’s decision on Results Days visit: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-52309763