GCSE results

(7 Posts)
Eastyone Tue 23-Aug-16 15:18:22

So Thursday 25th is results day - wishing all students the very best of luck. We are probably taking my son to pick these up, can I ask do schools get a copy of students results or just the statistics?

PurpleDaisies Tue 23-Aug-16 15:19:35

Schools get the results in full for each pupil tomorrow.

HesMyLobster Tue 23-Aug-16 15:25:28

Hi, we have a thread for year 11 parents running, come and join us - lots of support and discussion, and we're all ready to hold each other's hands on Thursday!

Parents of Year 11s - the end has been and gone
http://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/secondary/2671797-Parents-of-Year-11s-the-end-has-been-and-gone

noblegiraffe Wed 24-Aug-16 13:52:33

Schools have access to students results online before the students do, to be prepared for advising kids who have done well/badly on sixth form choices and so on.

noblegiraffe Wed 24-Aug-16 13:55:46

Oh, and teachers at school will have a list with the mark breakdown for the papers for each student. Students can then ask their teachers how close they were to the grade boundary, whether it is worth sending off a paper for a remark and so on.

Decorhate Wed 24-Aug-16 15:42:43

Schools get the results the day before mainly do they have enough time to print them off, put them in envelopes and start analysing the data. Obviously they will also identify any potential disappointments etc but the main reason is so they can get them ready so the pupils can collect them first thing tomorrow.

PurpleDaisies Wed 24-Aug-16 15:51:44

Obviously they will also identify any potential disappointments etc but the main reason is so they can get them ready so the pupils can collect them first thing tomorrow.

The main reason here is to decide who gets into the sixth form and who doesn't.

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