15th July, 2020
At the time of writing, we are planning on allowing pupils to come into school to collect their results if they wish to do so.
- Year 12/13 Results day 13th August 2020 from 8.30 – 10.30 am.
- Year 11 Results day 20th August 2020 from 8.30 – 10.30 am.
In order to comply with social distancing and hygiene regulations, the organisation of results day will be radically different from those in the past.
Hopefully, all parents/carers have replied to the text message on the link provided. We have asked if pupils plan to come to school and have asked for pupil email addresses if the school cannot open (not the case at present). Please click on link below if you have not yet done so.
Year 11 – 13 Questionnaire:
For those wishing to collect their results in school, we request that you collect your results at the following times in order to ensure social distancing requirements are met.
- Surname A- D 8.30 – 9.00 am
- Surname E – H 9.00 – 9.30 am
- Surname J – P 9.30 – 10.00 am
- Surname R – W 10.00 –10.30 am
- Anyone not collecting in person will have their results sent by email IF they have provided a PUPIL email address.
- All other results will be posted home and you will receive them on 21st August 2020.
Entry, Collection and Exit
- Pupils will enter at the correct time slot through the top Maths corridor by entering from the stairs at side of reception.
- Hands must be washed in the available sinks on that corridor.
- Results will be collected in the hall. Pupils must not stay in the hall unless you need to talk to your Head of Year or the Exams Officer.
- Pupils must leave by exit on to terrace.
- Pupils must leave the school by going down steps to lower school and walking back up the road past reception.
The Grades issued
These have been generated through the following system:
- The school submits predicted grades to the exam boards based on a variety of assessment data (which are confidential).
- Exam boards moderate these predictions using their own statistical models.
- A final grade is then issued.
This is a very different process this year. The only appeal that can be made is a check for a procedural error when the school transferred their data to the WJEC.
- Learners can ask the school to check if an error has been made when submitting the data to the WJEC
- Learners can do this by contacting the Exams Officer by email: Rhys.Poulton@CHS.schoolsedu.org.uk
I wish everyone the very best for their results in the summer and beyond.
Mr J Lewis
Assistant Head teacher