GCSE Results

GCSE Results 2020

GCSE Results will be available from the College on Thursday 20 August 2020.

GCSE Results Day is normally a time for celebration. It is a wonderful opportunity to see the pupils receiving their results – a time for teachers, parents and pupils to be proud of the pupils’ achievements. Unfortunately we will be running the results day differently this year.

To ensure everyone stays safe and maintains social distancing we will be distributing the results using the drive through approach that we recently used for distributing Year 11 hoodies.

Please drive your child to school within the allocated time slots listed below. You should arrive during the time slot indicated alphabetically by the pupil’s surname. Cars should come in and queue in the bus lane ready to receive their results. There will be a member of staff there to guide you. Pupils and drivers are to remain in their cars at all times. When your child has collected the results please leave the site.

  • A-C – 09:00 – 10:00
  • D-G – 10:00 – 10:45
  • H-J – 10:45 – 11:30
  • K-O – 11:30 – 12:15
  • P-R – 12:15 – 12:45
  • S-T – 12:45 – 13:30
  • W-Y – 13:30 – 14:00

Frequently Asked Questions

Can someone else collect my results for my child?

If pupils would like someone else to collect their results on their behalf, we will require written consent from the pupil, confirming the name of the person who will be collecting the results, and that person will need to bring identification with them, in order to collect the results. Acceptable identification would be a passport or photographic driving licence.  If they do not have photographic identification, two forms of identification, for example a bank card and household utility bill would be acceptable.  Sorry, we will be unable to issue results without appropriate identification.

Can we collect the results by email or telephone?

We are unable to give any results out over the telephone or by email.

What happens if the results are not collected on the 20th August?

Any results not collected during this time will be posted first class.

I have questions or concerns about my results - who do I talk to?

Please email your questions or concerns to our Examinations Officer at naomi.thorby@swanmore-sec.hants.sch.uk . We will then respond either via email or with a phone call to discuss your concern.

Can we collect my results 'on foot'?

We would prefer that parents drive their children to school to collect the results. However, should a pupil wish to walk into school at the allotted time then we can allow this. The pupil should come to the front of the bus lane where there will be a member of staff to direct them. Please be careful of traffic that may be entering/leaving the site and please leave the site immediately you have collected your results.

If you have any queries, please contact Mrs N Thorby, Examinations Officer via email naomi.thorby@swanmore-sec.hants.sch.uk

GCSE Results 2019

Headline Figures from our 2019 Results

  • Pupils achieving 5 or more
    GCSEs at grades 4 or above = 71%
  • English 4+ = 80%
  • Maths 4+ = 84%
  • Science 4+ = 84%
  • Percentage of all GCSEs taken
    that resulted in a grade 7+ = 23%

GCSE Results 2018

Headline Figures from our 2018 Results

  • 5+ 4-9/A*- C = 78%
  • 5+ 4-9/A*- C including English & Maths = 73%
  • 24% of our total exam entries achieved A/A*/7/8/9
  • 4+ English = 85%
  • 4+ Maths = 85%
  • 4+ Science = 85%


DfE Performance Tables

Information relating to Swanmore College on the Department for Education Performance Tables: Department for Education Performance Tables

Examination re-mark consent form

What Next?

National Careers Service
Government guidance on available options for Post 16 pupils

Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA)
Aged 16-19? You can get up to £30 per week if you carry on learning