Exams and GCSEs

GCSE Results Day 2021

Exam results will be issued on 12th August 2021. On this day students have the option of viewing their results on Go4Schools (from 9am) in the morning or attending school to collect their results in person.

Students coming into school will be welcomed in staggered time slots from 10am. The time slots can be seen below and have been created to ensure we can safely accommodate students and parents on site. Please use the school’s main entrance on arrival within your allocated window, and make your way to the Business Centre (Room 38). 

First letter of your surname

Collection window

A-B

10am-10.20am

C-F

10.20am-10.40am

G-J

10.40am-11am

K-N

11am-11.20am

O-R

11.20am-11.40am

S-Z

11.40am-12pm

If you would like to nominate another person to collect your results on your behalf, you will need to inform the school examinations officer, Mrs Skipsey, in writing or by email (exams@obhs.co.uk) by Wednesday 14th July 2021.

During Results Day, the Senior Leadership team will be on hand to support and answer any questions you may have. We fully appreciate that it can be an anxious time for students and families and that the disruption of the last few months may have heightened any anxieties around results and your next steps. We are here to support in any way we can.

JCQ Guidance for students, parents & guardians: GCSEs & AS/A Levels in England Summer 2021

GCSE Certificates for 2020

GCSE Certificates for 2020 are available to be collected from the school main reception.  Please notify the school Exams Office by emailing exams@obhs.co.uk if you would like to nominate someone to pick them up on your behalf.

GCSE Results 2019

Students achieving a strong pass in English and Maths (grade 5 and above) = 34%

Progress 8 score = -0.21

Average attainment 8 score per pupil = 42.2

Percentage of students entering the English Baccalaureate =18%

School Performance Tables

The School Performance Tables are published by the Department for Education government department and are designed to provide a reliable and accessible source of comparative information on pupil attainment and progress. The performance tables present this information alongside wider contextual data including Ofsted, absence, workforce and finance data, presenting users with a wider understanding of the setting in which schools are operating.

Click here to go to the Department for Education website 

JCQ Rules and Regulations for Candidates taking GCSEs

 

 

 

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