Updated: Tuesday, August 11th 2020
All students waiting for academic and vocational qualifications results this summer will receive them by email.
Student and staff safety remains our top priority. Please do not come into the College to collect your results.
A Level and GCSE results will be issued to students via their college email account after 9am on Thursday, August 13th 2020 (A Levels) and after 9am on Thursday, August 20th 2020 (GCSEs).
Results for a wide range of vocational qualifications will be sent to students on a rolling basis in line with the release of the information from the awarding bodies.
We anticipate that the majority of Level 3 vocational results will be issued to students on Thursday, August 13th 2020. The majority of Level 2, Level 1 and Entry Level results will be issued from Thursday, August 20th 2020.
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We wish you all the very best with your results and are here to support you if you need advice and guidance.
Please continue to check the website, stay safe and follow government guidelines.
If you're going to be a working success in life, you’re going to need your English and Maths skills to a grade C/4 standard. They are at the foundation of everything that you do. Everything stems from them and there’s no getting away from that fact. They are the most transferable of all the skills and will have an effect on everything from your day to day life, right through to employment and your career prospects.
If you haven't achieved them yet, don't worry. We will help you gain them alongside your course or as a standalone qualification.
We can't stress enough how important they are, though. Just to highlight that point even further, this is why they are so important:
There's no avoiding using them
It’s near enough impossible to get through your daily tasks without using English and Maths. You’ll use them when:
Employers love them
No matter how specialist the job is that you are applying for, your basic English and Maths qualifications are the foundations of your career. Everything is built upwards around them starting from when you apply.
One of the first checks employers will do with an application pile is on English and Maths. If you’ve not got them, the chances of you making it through are slim to none.
Day to day tasks like communications on email and admin jobs are certainly unavoidable but also:
You’ll need them to start an Apprenticeship
That’s right. Apprenticeships, like all forms of learning/training/job, have entry requirements which include English and Maths.
As an Apprenticeship is a real job, the employer sets the entry requirements when creating the vacancy. You’ll notice that they all include English and Maths because of their importance in the workplace. It’s no different to applying for a job.
And you’ll definitely need them to get in to university
As universities set their own entry requirements, they always expect you to have GCSE English and Maths (or equivalent) to at least a Grade C/4. As universities get so many applications, those without English and Maths grades at a C/4 or above are likely to be swept aside.
If you’re wanting to attend a top-end university, they may ask for higher English and Maths grades than above.
If you don’t gain them now, you’ll only need to gain them later
Trust us on this one. If you don’t gain your English and Maths skills now, you are likely to find that you revisit them later on in life when you have more commitments, more responsibilities and less time to learn.
They really are that important to you.
If you require more information or have any queries that you would like answering, please contact us on 0114 260 2600 or email email@example.com