Examination information for the Telford Langley School. Here you will find up-to-date information regarding school examinations. If you should require more information, please email the Exams Team on email@example.com
Mr P Hewitt – Deputy Head for Curriculum & Progress. SLT Lead for Exams
Mr J Evans – Assistant Head for Curriculum & Progress
Mr Hewitt and Mr Evans are supported by an Exams Officer and the Business Support Team.
GCSE Results Day - Thursday 22 August 2024
Students come and collect their results from the Sports Hall between 9.30am and 12pm. They are to enter and depart via Gate F (gate next to the tennis courts)
The results are classed as the student’s and therefore cannot be collected by any other person, parents included.
If you are unable to attend the results day, please make the school aware no later than Monday 19th August, you have the following options to consider.
A friend of relative can collect your results for you.
We will require the student to email firstname.lastname@example.org detailing the name of the person who will be collecting and for them to bring a photo ID with them on the day.
Results emailed to you.
We will require the student to email email@example.com informing us that they wish to have their results emailed to them. The results will be sent to you after 9.30am on Thursday 22nd August.
Results posted to you.
We require a self-addressed envelope by Friday 12th July and their results will be posted on Thursday 22nd August.
Students who have any queries or questions regarding their results will be able to speak to members of the Exams Team, Senior Leadership Team, or their subject teacher/s, as well as our Careers Advisor (Future Focus).
If there is anything else you would like us to support you with, then please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Guides and information for students, parents and carers
Joint council for qualifications (JCQ) regulations for students
It is important that students read and understand the regulations set by the exam boards. The school follows these for both internal and external exams for all year groups. The information you need is linked below:
Results and certificates
Certificates are important documents and should be kept in a safe place. Even many years after leaving school, it is highly likely that colleges, universities, and employers will ask to see them. Students are therefore strongly advised to remember to collect their examination certificates from school. Students should note that certificates are NOT the same as exam result slips.
When will my certificates be available for collection?
Generally, within 3 months of receiving your examination results.
will the school remind me to collect my certificates?
Students will be reminded about collecting certificates in their Examination Guide and an email will be e-mailed to all parent/carers during the Autumn Term. No further reminders will be given.
How can I collect my examination certificates?
Certificates are available for collection from December 2024 for students who achieved GCSEs in the Summer of 2024. An email will be sent to parent/carers informing students of when they can collect their certificates from the school reception. Certificates are not automatically sent out because they need to be signed for. Exam certificates for those students that sat exams in the summer of 2023 can still collect their corticates from the front desk.
What if I cannot collect my examination certificates?
Allow a nominated person to collect on your behalf. You need to email firstname.lastname@example.org giving the person’s name and what relationship they are to you.
How long will the school keep my certificates?
Schools are only required to hold certificates for a period of 12 months from the date of issue. Our school holds certificates for 10 years. After this time, the school securely destroys the certificates.
can i check if the school still has my certificates?
Yes, you can.
If you email email@example.com giving the following information
- Name when you were at school
- Date of Birth
- Year you left the school
The Examinations Officer will then check to see if we still hold your certificates.
what do I do if school no longer holds my certificates?
Firstly, have you checked with the school to see if they have your certificates, if not email firstname.lastname@example.org
If the school has confirmed that they do not have your certificates.
You will need to contact the relevant exam boards and follow their replacement certificate procedure. This is a costly and lengthy process which you will need to instigate and pay for yourself.
JCQ – The Joint Council for Qualifications is the single voice for its members awarding bodies. You can get all the key dates and latest updates.
AQA, NCFE, OCR, Person, WJEC (Eduqas) – Here you can find all information relating to the specific boards qualifications, along with key dates and timetables.
JCQ - https://www.jcq.org.uk/
AQA - https://www.aqa.org.uk/
NCFE - https://www.ncfe.org.uk/
OCR - https://www.ocr.org.uk/
WJEC (Eduqas) - https://www.eduqas.co.uk/
Published Revision guides
At Telford Langley School we offer a wide choice of subjects in KS4. Many courses are supported by revision guides and exam preparation materials to help with both the final exams and Non Examined Assessments (coursework). Below is a list of guides that have been recommended either by the exam boards or our subject leaders.
Science - GCSE Combined Science AQA Revision Guide
Biology - GCSE Biology: AQA Revision Guide
Chemistry - GCSE Chemistry: AQA Revision Guide
Physics - GCSE Physics: AQA Revision Guide
Citizenship - AQA GCSE Citizenship Studies Revision Guide
Creative iMedia - Cambridge Nationals Creative iMedia revision guide and workbook
Design and Technology - AQA GCSE Design & Technology Complete Revision Practice , AQA GCSE Design & Technology Revision Guide.
Enterprise and Marketing - Cambridge National Enterprise and marketing Revision notes
Food Preparation and Nutrition - AQA GCSE Food Preparation Nutrition Revision Guide
Geography - WJEC GCSE Geography
Health and Social Care - Cambridge National in Health & Social Care Revision notes