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Nottingham Girls' Academy

Exam Results Days 2020

When are they?

A-Level Results Day is Thursday 13 August 2020

GCSE Results Day is Thursday 20 August 2020

What time can I come in?

Due to the current circumstances with Covid-19, we need to continue to adhere to the government guidance and social distancing until further notice.

To limit the number of people we have on site at any one time, we will only be allowing your daughter on site to collect her results (she cannot bring any friends or family on site with her).

She has also been allocated a strict time during the day when she can collect their statement of results; the timings are as follows:

Year 13

Surname beginning with  Time slot
A, B, C, D, E and F 10:00 am
G, H, I, J, K, L and M 10:30 am
N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z 11.00 am

Year 11

Surname beginning with  Time slot
A 8.00 am
B and C 8.30 am
D, E, F and G 9.00 am
H 9.30 am
I and J 10.00 am
K and L 10.30 am
M 11.00 am
N, O, P, Q and R 11.30 am
S 12.00 am
T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z 12.30 am

Your daughter MUST arrive to school at the allocated time above.

If she is late or cannot make the time slot given, she will not be allowed on site and her results will be posted to the home address we have on our system; this will take a further 2-3 days.


f you are travelling by car, it is important that you remain in your vehicle whilst your daughter is collecting her results.

If your daughter is travelling via public transport, she will need to store her face mask in a Ziplock bag on arrival.

Social Distancing

When on site, your daughter will be expected to abide by the social distancing measures in place and follow the instructions given by members of staff on the day.

How have the results been worked out?

The results your daughter will be receiving are calculated by the examination board.

To ensure all the grades are as fair as possible across all schools and colleges, the examination boards have put all centre assessed grades we submitted to them through a process of standardisation using a model they have developed with Ofqual.


If you would like to appeal any decisions that have been made by the examination boards in regards to your daughter’s results, again, you will need to get in touch with us by emailing our examinations officer with an overview of why you are wanting to appeal the decision made.

What if we cannot make it on that day or at that time?

If, for any reason, your daughter is unable to collect her results on the day, and you wish the results to be released to another person, this must be confirmed by emailing our examinations officer prior to results day.

Support and guidance with next steps

To help us support your daughter with her next steps, we will ask her to complete a destination form. Miss Short, the Head of Sixth Form, will be on site during the allocated times to meet and support your daughter through this.

There will also be a careers adviser available on the day to advise and support your daughter through any issues or queries she may have. 

You can also visit the Year 11: Next Steps ot Year 13: Next Steps page for further guidance.