Key dates for year 11 leavers 2019

Results Collection – Thursday 22nd August 10am-11am (Hall)

If you are unable to collect results they will be sent to your home address. If you would like a nominate an adult to collect your results on your behalf please complete the attached form and return it to reception if you haven’t already done so.

 Certificate Collection Afternoon – Wednesday 13th November 3.15pm -4.30pm

Certificates will be available for collection in the canteen where drinks and light refreshments will be served. Students who are unable to collect their certificates on this afternoon can collect them from reception from Monday 18th November. Students should be aware that certificates will not be given to anyone other than the candidate without the student’s written authorisation.

Art and Photography Coursework Collection – Tuesday 19th November 3.15pm-4.15pm (Art and Photography rooms)

GCSE Exam Results 2019

The results day for summer 2019 is Thursday 22nd August.

Results will be available for students to collect from the school hall between 10am and 11am.

If a candidate wishes their results to be collected by a nominated adult a signed letter must be received by the Exams Officer from the candidate by Friday 12th July. The nominated adult must bring photographic ID in order to collect the results.

Any results which have not been collected by 11am on Thursday 22nd August will be put in the first-class post to the candidates home address.

No results will be given out by telephone under any circumstances.

Lost Examination Certificates

If you attended Oathall Community College and have now mislaid your examination certificates, in the first instance contact us at the following e-mail address as we do hold quite a number of examination certificates for our past pupils – office@oathall.org. If we are unable to help you, you will need to apply to the Examination Boards for duplicates.  The necessary links are below:

AQA – www.aqa.org.uk/help-and-contacts/past-results

AQA City and Guilds – www.cityandguilds.com/career-ideas/help-for-learners/replacement-certificates-learners

CCEA – www.rewardinglearning.org.uk/qualifications/administration/replacement_certificates.asp

Edexcel – www.edexcel.com/i-am-a/student/replace-certs-secure/Pages/default.aspx

OCR – www.ocr.org.uk/ocr-for/exams-officers/lost-certificates/

WJEC – www.wjec.co.uk/index.php?nav=44

You may also find this link to these websites helpful.

www.westsussex.gov.uk/learning/schools_ages_4-16/information_for_parents/exams_and_performance/exam_certificates_-_places_to.aspx

http://ofqual.gov.uk/help-and-advice/getting-a-replacement-certificate/

Exam absence owing to illness.

Parents should be aware that students who are ill on the day of a public exam need to provide a medical certificate for the exam board. This is necessary for any special consideration by the exam board.

During the mock exam period and for any other year group exams set by the school, parents should phone the college as early as possible to notify a student’s absence. It will not be necessary for parents to provide a medical certificate and any student who is genuinely unwell should stay at home.