On Thursday 12th August Year 11 students receive their GCSE and Vocational Examination results.
All students will be sent these results in an email to their school office365 email account.
In the absence of the traditional exam sittings this year all exam centres across the country had to followed a similar process. Teachers and staff in each centre were required to look at different elements of an individual pupil and their progress over the subject. Teachers have used a range of assessments taken by students to determine the grades submitted to exam boards.
A link to the Ofqual document that outlines the process can be found below
Ofqual guide to the awarding of student grades
A copy of the Selston High School Policy can be found below
Selston High School Policy on awarding student grades
On Thursday staff will be available to help and support students.
If you have any questions please email email@example.com and your message will be forwardes to the most appropriate person to help.
Whilst we hope you are pleased with the outcomes of this process as outlined in the documents there is an appeals process in place that can be entered into.
If you are concerned there might have been an administrative error inawarding your grade or consider that you may have been treated unfairly please complete the form below and asenior member of staff will be in touch to discuss your concerns - Messages received will be reviewed at the end of Friday 13th and Friday 20th August.
Selston High School Appeal Enquiry Form
Documents relating to the appeal process can be found below
Information about how your grades were arrived at
Two Counties Trust Appeals Policy
Step by Step guide to Appeals.