Kingsbury School students returned to school on August 23rd 2018 to collect their GCSE results and were joined by several members of staff to celebrate their successes.
In respect of the new qualifications at Kingsbury, 79.8% of students achieved a grade 4 or above in English, 62.3% achieved a grade 4 or above in Maths and 57% achieved a grade 4 or above in English and Maths. 73.7% of students achieved a grade 4 or above in at least two Science subjects.
The schools headline result was the product of excellent performance at the very highest level school wide. Notable performances were Biology (100% grade 4+), Physics (100% grade 4+), Chemistry (100% grade 4+), RE (87.5% grade 4+) Textiles (71.4% grade 4+) and Drama (100% grade 4+).
Exam board regulation notices
Please click on the links below to view the official Examination Board Regulations.
Uncollected examination certificates from Summer 2018 exam series
If you were in year 11 in June 2018 and have not yet collected your examination certificates, I can confirm they are now held on reception awaiting collection. Please arrange to call into collect them at your earliest convenience. Reception is open during term time as follows:-
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday – 8.00 am to 4.30 pm
Tuesday, Friday – 8.00 am to 4.00 pm
It is strongly recommended that you collect your certificates as future employers and education providers are likely to ask for proof of your examination results. It is unlikely that they will accept the provisional statement of results issued on results day. Unclaimed certificates are kept under secure conditions for a period of one year from date of issue after which they will be destroyed in line with exam board regulations.
If you do not collect your certificates, and in the future you need a certified copy of your results, you will have to request them direct from each exam board at a cost of approximately £45.00 per board. It is therefore important you do arrange to collect them as soon as possible.
If you are unable to collect the certificates in person, you can nominate someone else to collect them on your behalf. Please ensure the nominated person brings with them a letter of authority signed by yourself confirming you are happy for them to collect them together with some form of identification.