Examination Certificates for Summer 2017 Leavers

Examination certificates will be available for collection from the school’s Main Reception after Monday 27th November 2017, between the hours of 8.30am and 4.30pm. Please ensure certificates are collected as we are no longer permitted to post them.

Upon receipt all certificates must be checked for errors or grade changes; any errors must be reported to the Exams Office immediately so a replacement certificate can be issued.

Schools are only required to keep un-collected certificates for 12 months, after which they will be destroyed. It is important to keep certificates safe as they may be required at a later date. If certificates are lost or un-collected it will cost in excess of £40 to gain a Statement of Results from each awarding body.

If your son / daughter would like someone else to collect their certificates for them they must complete a Certificate Collection Form identifying a nominated person, or, a letter of authorisation signed by themselves. The nominated person should bring both the form/letter and photographic ID with them when they come to collect the certificates.

To download the Certificate Collection Form please click here

If you have any queries please contact a member of the Examinations Team on 01423 54444 ext 251 or email exams@rossettschool.co.uk.

Year 10 and Year 11 ‘Supporting Your Child’ Evening

At Rossett we recognise that  working together will result in success for all and this Wednesday parents of our Year 10 and Year 11 students were invited into school to hear a presentation from Mr Beever giving practical advice and useful revision tips and techniques – please click here for details.

Presentations were also given by the English and Maths faculties to ensure that parents are equipped with the necessary updated information to guide their child to success in these two important subject areas – please click the links for details;
English Presentation
Maths Presentation

Our 2018 Revision Guide can be found here

Examination Results 2016

Key Stage 4

Students studied over 30 Level 2 courses (a mixture of GCSEs and BTECs)

75% of students gained 5+ A*-C

97% of students gained 5+ A*-G

69% of students gained 5+ A*-C with English and Maths

80% of students gained A*-C in English

76% of students gained A*-C in Maths

77% of students gained A*-C in Science

88% of students gained A*-C in Modern Foreign Languages

48% of students were entered for the English Baccalaureate

Sixth Form

Students studied over 30 Level 3 courses (a mixture of A Levels and BTECs)

23% of students gained A*-A

44% of students gained A*-B

77% of students gained A*-C

99% of students gained A*-E

38% of students who continued their studies at university went to Russell Group or Sutton Trust institutions.

Appeals Process

Click here to read the JCQ Appeals Process

Click here to read Appeals against Internal Assessments of Work

Enquires about Examination Results

Enquiries about results may be requested by teaching staff or candidates if there are reasonable grounds for believing there may have been an error in marking. Copies of candidates scripts may be requested to be used for Teaching and Learning.
Enquiries about Results – Access to Scripts

Information to Candidates

Exam Reforms

Key Stage 4

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Key Stage 5