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Update: 21 August 2020 (2:20pm) – Appeals Update

Notice for those who have submitted requests for appeals – final set of new (A-Level) exam results has now been received and all appeals will start to be processed from Monday 24 August 2020.

The Ofqual announcement to issue students the higher of the CAG or the calculated grade means that a route to appeal on the grounds of mock exam results is no longer available.

Ofqual have stated that permitted grounds for appeal are now limited to an administrative error with the Centre Assessment Grade (CAG) where;

  • The centre made an error when submitting a centre assessment grade or rank order information.
  • An awarding body made an error when assigning or communicating a grade.

Update: 20 August 2020 (1:15pm) – Summer 2020 Results: Ofqual Announcement

Ofqual have announced today (20 August 2020) that a ‘valid mock result’ will not be grounds for appeal and that mocks will no longer be part of the appeals processes this summer.  Full details of the changes announced by Ofqual can be read in their document ‘Changes to awarding of GCSE, AS and A level, Extended Project Qualification and Advanced Extension Award in maths – summer 2020’ by clicking here .  As a result of this announcement, we will be making changes to the documentation and associated forms on this page this afternoon and thank you for your patience whilst we make these updates. 

Update: 18 August 2020 (08:10am) – Summer 2020 Results: Government Announcement

Yesterday Gavin Williamson made an announcement about the use of Centre Assessment Grades this summer.  Ofqual have released a statement in response to this announcement.

Statement from Roger Taylor, Chair, Ofqual (17 August 2020) ‘We have therefore decided that students be awarded their centre assessment for this summer – that is, the grade their school or college estimated was the grade they would most likely have achieved in their exam – or the moderated grade, whichever is higher.’ The full statement from Ofqual can be read by clicking here.

We will provide further updates as more announcements are made by Ofqual, the JCQ and the awarding bodies. 



The examinations office at Fullbrook works closely with staff and students to ensure that all necessary arrangements are made for the examination entries for both public and mock exams.

This page and the documents below should provide you with the information you need about mock and public examinations at Fullbrook.  If you have any questions please contact the exams office.

Examinations Officer: Mrs L Seddon

01932 349301 ext 261



The arrangements for results days are significantly different this year in order to protect the safety of our staff and students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Full details for each results day can be found in the letters below.

Ofqual have produced a student guide to post-16 qualification results for summer 2020, which can be viewed by clicking here


Results Day

Qualification type


GCE (AS, A Levels) and other Level 3 qualifications


GCSE and other Level 1/2 qualifications

The document below provides details of the awarding process for summer 2020, arrangements for results and information about what options are available where students have any concerns or queries about their grades. This information was correct at the time of publishing on 22 July 2020 and the latest update below however, updates may be required as Ofqual, the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) or the awarding bodies release further information.

DOCUMENT LAST UPDATED: 21 August 2020 (07:00am)

For any queries or concerns relating to this document, please contact Mrs Seddon in Fullbrook Exams Office by email (






Please note that this exam series is only open to those that were originally entered for Summer 2020 and for F6 students who have not achieved the required grade 4 in Maths or English Language. Ex-students who have grade 3 or under in Maths or English Language should first seek to enter for these qualifications with their further education provider.


Examination Dates

Deadline to submit Application of Entry Form

GCE (AS and A-Level)

Monday 5 – Friday 23 October 2020

Friday 28 August 2020


Monday 2 – Monday 23 November 2020

Monday 7 September 2020


Entries – please use the GCE AS & A-level or GCSE entry form below

Results – awaiting publication

Post Results Services- awaiting publication

These include Reviews of Marking and Access to Scripts. All requests must be made via the Exams Office using the relevant forms and be received no later than the published deadline.

Further Information for Autumn 2020 Exams

Non-Exam Assessment & Endorsements – With the exception of Art and Design, there will be no non-exam assessment for Autumn 2020 and all results will be based upon examination performance alone.  For Art and Design grades will be based on performance in a new set task, taken under normal supervised conditions and marked by the exam board.  Students will be able to carry forward their endorsements for A-level practical science and geology and GCSE English Language into the Autumn 2020 series.

Results and Post Results Services for Autumn 2020 – Results days for Autumn 2020 exams will be published by awarding bodies in due course and these will be communicated here. Normal review of marking and appeal arrangements will apply to the autumn series. Ofqual have determined that both the result(s) awarded in summer 2020 and the result awarded for Autumn 2020 will stand.  Students who wish to only show the higher of these grades on their certificates will be able to request a replacement certificate from the relevant exam board.  There may be a fee for this service.



Entries for Winter (January) 2020 – awaiting publication

Results – awaiting publication

Post Results Services – awaiting publication



awaiting publication



Year 13 mock examinations are taking place between 24-28th February

Year 13 mock A level examination timetable February 2020

Year 11 mock GCSE examination timetable 2019

Mock GCSE examination guidance 2019

Any mock examinations that are taking place outside these dates and timetable will be communicated by the subject teachers.



Certificates for Summer 2020

Certificates for Summer 2020 will be available to collect during two collection periods (as outlined below) and by a strict appointment system in order to maintain COVID-19 safety measures.  Please note that Fullbrook continuously monitor government guidance relating to COVID-19 and, for the safety of our students, staff and visitors, it may become necessary to make changes to the planned collection of certificates. Any changes to these published details will be communicated here. 


Current Fullbrook 6 Students

Summer 2020 certificates will be available for collection from the F6 Student Support Office between Monday 30 November and Friday 4 December 2020. Students should contact Mrs South in advance to arrange a time for collection.



Students who have left Fullbrook will be able to collect their Summer 2020 certificates in December, during the following collection periods by appointment only: 

From Monday 7 December until Wednesday 16 December 2020 (Monday – Friday, between the hours of 8:00am and 10:00am or 11:30am-2:45pm) from reception by appointment only.

Full details of the appointment system will be available here later in the year. 

Ex-students are required to bring photo ID when collecting.  Ex-students may nominate someone to collect certificates on their behalf but must advise the Exams Office in advance (in writing via email using the relevant form).  The nominated individual must also bring photo ID.


Alternative Arrangements

Students or Ex-students who are unable to collect examination certificates can either nominate someone to collect on their behalf or request for these to be posted by a ‘tracked and signed for’ service (for which a fee of £5 applies for secure postage) by completing the form below. This form must be completed (with payment in full for postage requests) in advance and submitted by email to

FORM 5 – Alternative Arrangements for Certificate Collection


Uncollected Certificates

Please note that Fullbrook are only required to retain uncollected certificates for a period of one year, after which point they may be securely destroyed in accordance with JCQ regulations.  Due to the restrictions in place for the collection of certificates during COVID-19 Fullbrook will retain certificates for an additional 6 months.  Fullbrook would like to make you aware that some Exam Boards do not offer a replacement certificate service and in such circumstances will issue a Certifying Statement of Results, which may incur a fee.




The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) governs external public examinations administered throughout the UK.

All test centres and candidates must abide by JCQ regulations or be subject to consequences including withdrawal from all examinations.

Copies of the latest information for candidates can be downloaded below, or from the JCQ website at


Information for Candidates-Coursework

Information for Candidates-Non Exam Assessments

Information for Candidates-Onscreen Tests

Information for Candidates-Privacy Notice

Information for Candidates-Social Media

Information for Candidates-Written Exams

No Mobiles Phones Poster

Warning to Candidates Poster