27 November 2020

Class of 2020 pupils can now collect their GCSE certificates from the school office from Mon, 30 November.

Certificates will be available to collect during school hours only by either the former pupil or their parent and must be signed for.* 

We would like to take this opportunity to emphasise how important it is that the exam certificates are collected, as they are very important documents that are likely to be needed throughout the future and particularly if a path to university is planned.

School is only legally obliged to keep certificates for a 12 month period, after which time they are disposed of. If copies of certificates are needed after that time, students will need to contact the appropriate examination board(s) directly and pay costs to obtain copies. As you will appreciate, these costs can mount up.

We have also filmed a Celebration Awards presentation where we share the successes and achievements of last year's leavers and give our thanks.  The film is currently in editing and we will inform families of the video link for this once it is available.  Any trophies, certificates and other prizes awarded will be available for pupils to collect alongside their GCSE certificates.

Once again, we wish Class of 2020 all the very best as you leave us here at Priory and embark on your bright and exciting futures.

 

*If any other person is collecting the certificates on your behalf they must have a note, signed by the pupil, authorising your permission for school to release them. 

Tags: GCSE Results