Sale High School prides itself on its examinations processes and procedures. Throughout the academic year students will undergo asessements under examination conditions in preparation for their GCSEs. For further information about examinations please contact Mrs A Chappell
Click here: Exams Booklet
Results day 2021
We are delighted to have the opportunity to welcome all Y11’s to collect their GCSE results on the 12th August 2021.
We have made necessary arrangements in order to follow social distancing guidelines. Due to this we must therefore restrict access to the school site and request that students arrive unaccompanied.
Y11’s have been sent an appointment time between 10am – 12pm which they must adhere to.
We also request that students refrain from attending if they are displaying any Covid-19 symptoms on this date.
Stage 1 request – Centre appeal:
Stage 2 request – Appeal to awarding body:
Autumn Examinations 2021
Request for entry Autumn 2021:
Arrangements for our certificate presentation evening 2021 will be communicated to leavers at the start of the new academic year in 2021/22.
If leavers are unable to attend the certificate collection day, please contact the school to make alternative arrangements for collection.
If they would like someone else to collect their certificates on their behalf, the nominated person will need to bring written permission from the leaver and should have identification with them.
We have requests daily from past students who require copies of their GCSE certificates. Although students may not need their certificates at this moment in time, they are often asked for them for future jobs and courses. The school is only obliged to keep the certificates for one year from the date of issue so we are often unable to help. If you require them after this date please contact the individual examination boards directly. Please note a charge will apply.
Replacement / Lost Certificates for past students
Exam Board Regulations
All examinations are run by the rules and regulations laid down by the joint awarding bodies. All schools must adhere to these rules. These rules exist to ensure fair and equal conditions for all students. All instances of misconduct will be reported to the examination board.
Below is a selection of JCQ notices which candidates must read before sitting their examinations.
If you require further information or have concerns please contact our Examinations Officer, Mrs A Chappell.