Exams Office contact details
Telephone: (01723) 363280
Presentation Evening will be held on the 23rd November 7PM at Westborough Church.
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Exam Results Day
Updated news for 2023-24 will be posted here.
Results will take place in the school Gym. Students will be able to collect their results from 9am that day.
If the student is unable to collect their results, they can nominate a representative to attend on their behalf by emailing the examination office in advance giving consent for a named person to collect them.
Alternatively, If you and your child are unavailable on that day your child my request the results to be emailed out to a preferred email address by contacting the examination office in advance of results day.
All hard copies of results not collected will be posted that day.
Please note, results slips are a notification of your child’s success and not the certificates they will need to produce for further education or employment. Certificates are issued later in the Autumn term and we will email you inviting you to a certificate presentation evening.
Unique Learner Number (ULN)
When a student reaches Year 9 they are issued with a Unique Learner Number (ULN) which is used to register and make exam entries with awarding bodies. The ULN is designed to make individual achievements available to Learners (and to colleges and universities) at the Personal Learning Record (PLR) online
The ULN allows the PLR to be populated with verified achievements as Learners move through their lifelong educational journey. Using the ULN will help learners by: speeding up HE and FE applications and admissions, as well as making it possible for individuals to demonstrate qualifications to a potential employer.
Some of the information you supply will be used by the Skills Funding Agency to fulfil its statutory functions, issue/verify your Unique Learner Number (ULN) and update/check your Personal Learning Record. The Skills Funding Agency may share your ULN and Personal Learning Record with other education related organisations, such as your careers service, school, college, university, Government Departments and public bodies responsible for funding your education. Further details of how your information is processed and shared can be found on the government website.