Please take the time to read the information and guidance documents on the right hand side of this page. It is important that all candidates are aware of the content of these documents.
Denefield school has determined grades for 2021 in accordance with JCQ guidelines. When you receive your results, if you think that a grade is wrong, staff can guide you through your next steps on results day. Mrs Davis or Mr Binnington will be available to meet with you to discuss your concerns and share with you the evidence that was used to determine your grade.
If you have requested that your results are sent to you electronically and wish to discuss them please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a phone call with Mrs Davis or Mr Binnington on results day
For further information on appeals please read the Denefield Centre Policy and the information for candidates on appeals, which can be found on the right of this page.
Certificates can be collected from main reception on Tuesday 15 December, between the hours of 9.30am – 3.30pm. All candidates will be required to show ID in order to receive their certificates.
If a candidate is unable to collect their certificates, they should complete and sign this form and ask a representative to collect the certificates on their behalf. The representative must bring the signed form and the representative's ID with them in order to receive the certificates.
Certificates will not be issued without appropriate ID or permission from the candidate.
On collection, you should carefully check that your personal information (name, date of birth, etc) is correct and that the correct final grade(s) issued to you is/are shown. You will be required to sign that you have collected your certificates and confirm they are correct.
Certificates which have not been collected will be confidentially destroyed after two years.
If you have lost your certificates, you can apply online for replacements or a certifying statement directly from the relevant exam board website (see below).