Results Days 2023
School will be open for students to collect A Level and Level 3 vocational results on Thursday 17th August and for GCSE and Level 2 vocational results on Thursday 24th August.
Help and advice about progression will also be available.
More details below:
Access to Scripts Request Form
Please find the lnk below for the Google Form to request access to scripts.
If a student wants to complete the online form, they can only use thei school account to request this service.
Summer 2023 Examinations
Individual exam timetables will be issued soon by email. Please click below for our general Summer 2023 examinations timetable.
Please note, there are three contingency dates where students must be available to come into school. The dates are shown on the timetable and the final date is Wednesday 28th June 2023.
The designation of ‘contingency days’ within the common examination timetable is in the event of national or significant local disruption to examinations.
It is part of the awarding bodies’ standard contingency planning for examinations.
Summer 2023 Exam Certificates Collection
Summer 2023 exam certificates are available to collect from Main Reception from Monday 4th December 2023 until Friday 29th November 2024, during term time between 8am and 4pm.
Should students be unable to collect your certificates in person, they can nominate someone to collect them on their behalf by completing a copy of the "Candidate Permission Form For Certificate Collection." This form must be brought into school when certificates are collected by anyone other than the person name on the certificates. The person collecting certificates on behalf of someone must also bring photo ID.
Legally we only have to hold onto certificates for one year, so collecting them as soon as possible is recommended.
Important Exam Information for Candidates
Non-Examination Assessments (Information for Candidates)
Timeline to Appeal Marks for Centre Assessed Units - NEA Coursework and Controlled (Includes the exam components in GCSEs in Art, Graphics, Photography and Textiles)
Using Social Media and Examinations/Assessments (Information for Candidates)
If you believe there has been an error in producing one or more of your exam results, you should use our ‘post-results’ service. We work with the awarding bodies to allow:
- Access to your marked scripts, to help you decide if you think an error has been made
- Clerical check, to ensure all your marks have been added correctly
- Review of marking, where a senior examiner will judge whether the original marker awarded marks appropriately and in line with the mark scheme
- Appeals, if you believe any of the post-results review processes were not carried out properly by the board.
- Resits. It is possible to resit GCSE Maths and/or English in November if you do not get a grade 4 or higher. You should ask to be entered for any resit in the institution you are studying in in September. If you go to college, you should be entered by the college and not South Craven.
Most post-results services have a fee. Details can be found in your results pack and by clicking this link.
If you wish to access any post-results services or have any questions about them, please speak to the exams team on results day or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will get a ‘Statement of Results’ on the results day, which can use as proof of results to get on courses at other institutions.
Official certificates are produced later in the year, provisionally available to collect from Monday 4th December, when all results and any appeals are finalised.
Lost Exam Certificates
We do not have duplicates exam certificates for students who have left over one year ago. 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 Turnitin to monitor coursework submissions for plagiarism – this is great preparation for students going onto University where monitoring takes place as a matter of course.
The Turnitin software checks an international database of assessments to identify any student’s assessments which have been copied without recognition of the source. It also now checks for authenticity and identifies writing that may have been produced using AI.
Be Exam Smart
Click the link below for guidance for students, parents and schools to help students avoid making mistakes which could lose them marks or lead to disqualification from an exam from GOV.UK.