We can confirm that exam results this year will be emailed to students rather than them being collected from school. All Summer 2020 exam results this year are grades which have been calculated by the exam boards, using a range of information including ‘centre assessed grades’ which we provided.
Grades will be emailed to students in:
Year 10: Performance BTECs only
Year 11: GCSE, BTEC, CNAT and CACHE qualifications
Year 12: GCSE Resits only
Year 13: A levels, AS Levels, Level 3 BTECs, Core Maths, EPQ and CTEC qualifications
Teams will be on hand to help on results days and the days that follow. They can be contacted via our dedicated email help lines:
We have received more guidance on how our Year 11 and 13 students will be awarded their qualifications this summer.
Ofqual have produced a very detailed booklet about the process for parents, teachers and students and a letter for students, for which I provided a link below. This information is brand new and as a school we have not yet had time to read and make sense of it fully. Therefore, I would ask you to give us time to digest the information and we will contact you when we are sure what it all means for South Craven students. After Easter we will be in touch with more details about how we intend to continue supporting Year 11 and 13 students with understanding this new process, with their learning and with their progression pathways.
Guidance for teachers, students, parents and carers (Updated July 2020): Click here
Here at South Craven School, we do not have duplicates of your exam certificates. The only organisations that can replace them are the exam boards that awarded them. Most exam boards will charge you for their replacement.
Exam Board Details
The following exam board details are the ones used by South Craven School.
We have recently started using PlagScan to monitor coursework submissions for plagiarism – this is great preparation for students going onto University where monitoring takes place as a matter of course.