Summer results collection and sixth form enrolment
Arrangements for this year's examination results days.
A Level results day: Thursday, 13th August 2020
A Level results will be available to Year 13 students on their Frog Home Page, where they will find a button titled ‘My Results’. This is where all A Level results for all subjects will be found from 8.30am. Students should ensure their Frog account works now, as this will be the only means for them to access results and there will not be any members of staff to support with this in school once the school closes for summer this Friday. If students are unable to access their Frog account, they should email Mr Bligh at email@example.com immediately, he will then be able to rectify this. Many students also use the Frog app and those who do will also get a message via Frog to inform them that results are ready to view.
The sixth form team will be available for any support you may need on the day. Mrs Ayres, Mrs Atkins and Ms Buchanan will be in separate virtual rooms on Frog offering options for next year, general support and clearing advice. Students will be sent links to these rooms via Frog.
Should any student be disappointed with their grades and wish to take the exams instead of accepting the grade that was taken from the centre assessed grade provided by Greenshaw, there will be an opportunity to do this in October. The confirmed dates for each subject will be released over the summer and we will make these available. Any student wishing to do this should let the exams office know after results day. The deadline for this is 4th September and instructions on how to let us know will be on the results page on 13th August. Please see the documents for download below.
GCSE results day: Thursday 20th August 2020
Due to COVID-19, please note that there will be hand sanitisers for students to use as they enter the building and they leave, social distance markings on the ground for queueing and all staff will keep to the 2m social distancing measures as outlined by government recommendations. We have also had to change the day to accommodate social distancing and keeping students, their families and staff safe – this year there will be four different times to pick up results to reduce the numbers of people in the building at the same time. Please ensure you attend the correct one as designated by your surname and please aim to arrive at the start of that time slot.
- Surname A-D – 8.30am-9.00am
- Surname E-K – 9.15am-9.45am
- Surname L-Q – 10.00am-10.30am
- Surname R-Z – 10.45am-11.15am
Students should arrive at the school via the main entrance and socially distance queue waiting to receive their results. The envelope will contain exam results but also a letter from the sixth form that will either be a ‘yes’ (the student has the grades necessary for sixth form), a ‘maybe’ from sixth form (meaning that they will need to have a conversation with someone in the sixth form team before we can enrol) or a ‘no’ letter (which will mean that they have unfortunately not met the requirements).
What if a student is unable to collect their GCSE results?
All results that have not been collected will be posted home that afternoon. Alternatively, a friend or family member can collect them, providing they have a note giving permission together with some ID.
Year 10 GCSE results day is Thursday 20th August.
Year 10 GCSE Religious Studies results will be available to students to view on FROG from 8.30am on Thursday 20th August 2020.
Sixth Form enrolment for Greenshaw students
Once students have opened their envelope, the letter will guide them to who they need to speak to.
'Yes' letter - A ‘yes’ letter means that the student has got the courses they applied for at Greenshaw, and can move directly from the foyer into the main hall and see one of the teachers on the left in the Green section of the hall for enrolment.
'Maybe' letter – If they have a 'maybe' letter, they need to come into the main hall and see one of the sixth form team on the right in the Orange side of the hall.
'No' letter – For those who have not got into the sixth form, Ms Radwan, with the support of Mrs Sone and the Year 11 team, will be waiting at the back of the main hall to support students' next moves and ensure that everyone is happy and secure in their chosen next destination.
All students will also need to join an enrichment class.
What if a student is unable to attend enrolment day?
If students are not able to attend enrolment day, they should email their three subject choices to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will liaise over email to confirm enrolment into the sixth form
Sixth Form enrolment for external students
Every year, we welcome a large number of students from different schools into our inclusive sixth form and this year is no different – despite this year being incredibly different in every other way.
- Year 12 enrolment for external students will be on Thursday 20th August 2020 (national GCSE results day) between 12.30 and 2.30pm.
- We will also be open on Friday 21st August for external students to enrol between the hours of 9.00am-12.00pm.