On this page you will find information on how to collect your official exam certificates following your results day and information you may need to know ahead of an exam or to appeal a result. Any important updates about the exams/grading/results process for the Class of 2021 will be shared on our news page as we receive information from the government.
How To Collect Your Exam Certificates – Class of 2020
All certificates (A Level, GCSE, Vocational etc.) achieved by the Class of 2020 are now available. Please be aware, If you have taken a GCSE or any other exams/qualifications during your time at Richard Huish College the Exams Office will be holding these certificates to release to you alongside your Summer 2020 certificates.
We do not post the certificates out to students as a matter of course. It is your responsibility to request/collect these certificates following the methods below. If you have any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can receive your certificates by post. If you wish for your certificates to be posted to you please make payment of the postage fee (£5 for UK/£10 for outside the UK) via the online shop giving the correct, full postal address and year you left. We will automatically receive notification of this payment and will post out the certificates to the address given.
You can collect your certificates in person (Wednesday afternoons). Alternatively, certificates will be available for collection from Redwood Reception every Wednesday afternoon. If you intend to collect your exam certificates in person you must follow social distancing guidelines and wear a mask at all times whilst on campus. You will also need to bring with you your Photo ID.
You can nominate someone to collect your certificates on your behalf (Wednesday afternoons). A nominated person can collect your certificates on a Wednesday afternoon from Redwood Reception under the following circumstances. You must send an email to the designated person to collect, from your own personal (or Richard Huish College) email account, detailing your permission from them to collect on your behalf (you DO NOT need to email the exams office with this request). The designated person collecting should then show this to Reception along with a form of their own photo ID. They must follow social distancing guidelines and wear a mask at all times on campus. Once Reception have sight of the email and ID they will request the designated person sign for your certificates and will release them.
How to Collect your Exam Certificates – Past Students
If you would like to collect any certificates achieved prior to 2020 please email email@example.com with your full name, date of birth, year you left and details of the certificates you wish to collect.
Following your request, your certificates will be made available to be collected any Wednesday afternoon. All site visitors must wear a mask and follow the social distancing guidelines whilst on campus.
Please note, if you wish certificates to be collected on your behalf the following procedure is to be followed:
- Send an email to the designated person to collect, from your own personal (or Richard Huish College) email account, detailing your permission from them to collect on your behalf
- The designated person collecting should then show this to Reception along with a form of their own photo ID
- Once Reception have sight of the email and ID they will request the designated person sign for your certificates and will release them.
Information for Candidates
The below documents include important information for students undertaking exams.
- JCQ Social Media Information
- Onscreen Tests
- Privacy Notice
- Written Exams
- Non Exam Assessment
- Unauthorised Items
- Warning to Candidates
Information for Students and Parents/Guardians
Below you will find helpful resources regarding exams:
- A guide to the Special Consideration Process
- JCQ Appeals Booklet
- Overnight Supervision of Candidates with a Timetable Variation – Guidance Notes
- Notice to Centres – Exam Contingency Plan
- Suspected Malpractice 2020-21
- Post Results Services Booklet
Information for external candidates
Below is useful documents for external candidates:
Information for ACCA exams
Below you will find information related to ACCA examinations