During the Exam Period
For more information on revision, including advice and revision groups, please refer to the Exam Revision page.
Provisional timetables for GCSE exams 2021 are currently unavailable. The exams are expected to run between Monday, 10 May and Friday, 25 June, with Tuesday, 29 June 2021 as a contingency day.
An exam timetable will be provided closer to the time. Should you lose your exam timetable, please speak to our Exams Manager.
Exam Results Days
The 2020 exams results days are:
|A Level Results
|Results will be emailed on the morning of Thursday, 13 August FROM 8am.|
|Results will be emailed on the morning of Thursday, 20 August FROM 8am.|
On the dates above results will be emailed directly to your Office365 account from 8am. Your results email can be used to prove your results for entry into Sixth Form, college, or university.
Certificates will be posted out at a later date.
A level: If it is necessary for you to come into school, the Sixth Form Team will be available on Thursday, 13 August at the times specified in the results day presentation.
GCSE: If it is necessary for you to come into school, the Sixth Form Team and Mr Green will be available at the date/times specified in the results day presentation.
Year 9 Citizenship: Year 9 students entered for their Citizenship GCSE will be emailed their results via their Office 365 account from 8am on the Thursday, 20 August.
Due to Covid 19 and social distancing, parents/carers are asked to please remain outside of the school gates.
Having received your results, if they weren't as good as you were expecting, you can call the National Careers Service Exams Results Helpline, for free advice, on 0800 100 900.
Appealing an Exam Result
If you would like to request that an exam result is reviewed, please speak to our Exams Manager. You may also request this directly from the relevant exam board(s):
You can read more about reviewing exam results, including making an appeal to Ofqual, on the UK government website.
Collecting GCSE and A Level Certificates
Collection of 2020 GCSE and A Level certificates TBC.
Students must bring ID with them to collect their certificates. Representatives can collect certificates on behalf of a student providing they supply a signed letter giving authorisation from the student.
Missing or Damaged Exam Certificates
Exams taken up to 6 years ago
If you left Moulsham High School less than 6 academic years ago, you can request copies of your qualifications directly from the school. Please contact our Exams Manager using the link on the right-hand side of this page.
Exams taken more than 6 years ago
Due to Data Protection Legislation, we do not hold results for more than 6 academic years after you have left Moulsham High School.
If you need replacement GCSE or A-Level certificates after this time, you should apply directly to the relevant exam board(s):