Exam Results Notification
GCSE Results Announcement
GCSE Results 2020
Congratulations on GCSE Results!
A huge congratulations to fourth and fifth form pupils on their most excellent set of GCSE results. With grades now predominantly reflective of teacher assessment, as a minimum, we are relieved that the ‘least worst’ form of justice has been served to our pupils, in this the most curious and difficult of years for assessment. After a meticulous and principled internal process, pupils attained just short of 60% 7-9 grades, the very least they deserve given the extraordinarily difficult contextual circumstances and the anxiety inducing issues of recent days.
The exceptional grades across the board are reflective of a high standards academic culture, exceptional staff capable of delivering on this and pupils eager to rise to the intellectual challenge. They also reflect the depth with which staff here know their pupils and the subjects they deliver.
Whether you’re staying with us into the sixth form, or continuing your education elsewhere, you can have full confidence that you are well on the way to being the highly capable, functional adult that our community needs. Well done and all the very best with your next step and remember: from everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked.
For those thinking of The London Oratory School sixth form:
- If you have received a confirmed place in the sixth form, then you should have already received information about the upcoming course guidance sessions, scheduled for next week; if not in receipt of this information, then please do email Dr Howells;
- If you are unclear about your next step, then there will be plenty of staff on hand on Thursday to assist with support, advice and guidance.
We wish all of our former pupils the very best of luck with your onward path.
All the very best!
Ofqual Results Guidance
For GCSEs, AS, A levels, EPQs and AEAs
- Students cannot challenge their school or college under the appeals process on the centre assessment grades it submitted or their rank order positions.
- Students cannot appeal because their mock result was higher than the grade they were awarded.
- Students can ask their school college to check whether it made an administrative error when submitting information to an exam board, and to ask the exam board to correct any mistakes in the information it provided.
- A school or college can appeal to an exam board on a student’s behalf if it believes the exam board made a mistake when it communicated their grades.
- The deadline for appeals is 17 September.
- Students can raise concerns about malpractice or maladministration with exam boards. Such allegations will not be subject to the deadline for appeals.