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Havelock Academy

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Arrangements for Y11 & Y13 Results Days - Summer 2022

Results day arrangements for A-level/Level 3 (Y13) and GCSE/Level 2 (Y11) will take place on the dates outlined below. Each results day has separate arrangements for collection.

Thursday 18th August 2022 - A-level/Level 3 results (Year 13)

Results will be available to collect at 9am. Students should report to the academy reception where they will be directed to the results collection point.


Thursday 25th August 2022 - GCSE/Level 2 results (Year 11)

Results will be available to collect from an allocated collection time, ordered in tutor groups (outlined below). Unless arranged prior to collection day, students should not collect earlier than their tutor group collection time. Students should report to the academy reception at their tutor group collection time where they will be directed to the results collection point. Sixth Form enrolment will also take place on this date.

Tutor Group collection times

Archer: 9am to 9.05am

Vanguard: 9.05am to 9.10am

Eagle: 9.10am to 9.15am

Tiger: 9.15am to 9.20am

Fortune: 9.20am to 9.25am

Ramillies: 9.25am to 9.30am

Illustrious: 9.30am to 9.35am

Jaguar: 9.35am to 9.40am


What if I cannot collect results in person?

We cannot post out results but they can be collected from the academy on the dates and times above (Y13 on Thursday 18th and Y11 on Thursday 25th August). If a family member is collecting results on a student's behalf, the student must email from their Academy IT account and write a letter and sign this indicating that permission has been given for someone else to collect their results on their behalf and write the name of who will be collecting the results. The person collecting on the student's behalf must provide valid photo ID (i.e. Passport or driving licence) along with the signed letter upon collection or results cannot be issued. 

Alternatively, students can email to make an alternative arrangement (i.e. if out of the country on holiday).