Information For Candidates
Students sitting examinations or completing assessed work in 2021/ 2022 should be aware of the information included below. Each document outlines rules and regulations in relation to a particular examination or mode of assessment.
Certificates for each summer examination series are issued to schools and colleges in November. You will be contacted with a date for collection. Please do not come to collect your certificates before this date as they will not be available.
On collecting your certificates please come to reception and bring with you a form of ID.
If you wish for someone to collect your certificates on your behalf they must bring a letter, signed by you, authorising them to collect them. They must also bring a form of photo ID.
Certificates will not be posted home.
It is very important that you claim and safely store your certificates. You will be required to provide them in the future for things such as University and job applications.
If you picked up your original certificates from school but have consequently lost them, or the school no longer holds copies of your certificates you will need to request replacement certificates. To do this, you will need to contact each exam board with which you sat exams, and request a replacement certificate. If you are unsure which exam boards you used, please email firstname.lastname@example.org who may be able to help you depending on the date you sat your exams.
Should you require replacement certificates, you will be responsible for contacting exam boards and requesting them as well as paying for replacements. Replacement certificates cost roughly £40 per certificate. Not all exam boards provide replacements, some provide ‘Statement of Results’.
Although the school cannot supply you with replacement certificates, we may be able to provide you with a statement of results. If you have lost your certificates, but simply require your grades please email email@example.com who may be able to help you depending on when you left school.
Exam Results 2019
Results from 2019-2021 were not published due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
We were very proud of all of our students who worked so hard and achieved such a great set of results in the summer of 2019.
Below are key figures from our 2018/19 results.
- 75% of students achieved a Good Pass (4) in English & Maths and 51% a Strong Pass (5)
- 84% of students achieved a 4+ in English and 68% a 5+
- 82% of students achieved a 4+ in Maths and 57% a 5+
- 20% of students attained 5 or more Grade 7s and above
- Our students obtained over 250 grades 8 & 9
- Over half of all students got a Grade 7 (an A) in at least one subject
Full details of 2018/19 results for KS4 and KS5 can be found on the performance tables website https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/146794/philip-morant-school-and-college/secondary