Do you need more support?
Where can a student access further support?
Support on and/or after results days will be available from the Sixth Form Team and the School Leadership Team. For further information about the awarding of grades this summer:
For further support once you receive your results…
- The National Exam Results Helpline provide informed and impartial advice via the National Careers Service website or by telephone: 0800 100 900
- For any questions about higher education applications and admissions you should contact the relevant institution directly. You can also contact UCAS for more information or call 0371 468 0 468). UCAS will be running a series of live events on the UCAS Facebook page where you can ask questions about your application.
Receiving GCSE and A Level results can be a stressful experience in a normal year, let alone after a period of time which has thrown down so many additional challenges. If you are feeling anxious or struggling with your mental health, you must speak to somebody. This might be a parent, carer or someone else you trust. You might consider getting in touch with someone at school who can help.
There are also a number of organisations who can provide information, resources and live support which is free, safe and anonymous, including…