Exam Information

Exam Day Arrangements

For details on the arrangements for A Level (18th August) and GCSE (25th August) results days for CCS students, please see Results Day Letter, (or Private Candidate Results Day Letter for students resitting exams from last year).

Post Results Services

There are a number of options available if you have a concern about a result. For a quick guide to your main options: requesting one of the reviews of results or getting hold of a copy of a marked exam paper (access to scripts), please see the CCS Post Results Services infographic link below. Students should speak to a member of SLT or their subject teacher in the first instance. If one of the results services is considered the appropriate course of action, then students (not parents) will need to complete the relevant form below and submit it to the Exams Office. Details of when and how to submit are on the forms, please check carefully before submission. Printed copies will also be available on Results Day.

"Attainment in GCSE has been consistently above national averages over the past few yearsPupils now achieve GCSE attainment well above the national average. Eight out of 10 pupils achieve A* to C grades in English and mathematics, compared to around six out of 10 nationally. Over a third achieve the English Baccalaureate suite of subjects, compared to under a quarter nationally."

"Around four in 10 students go to Russell Group universities, compared with one in 10 nationally."

Ofsted 2017