Dear Students,

YEAR 11 – results are available from school from 08:00 on Thursday 20th August 2020

Students whose surname begins:

A-G collect from Sports Hall using the rear entrance of the main school building.
H-R collect from main school Dining Hall using the side (Astro) entrance
S-Z collect from St Anne’s Hall using the main entrance to the main building

Please Note: For the distribution for of results, parents are welcome to attend site with their children, however, to minimise risk MUST remain outside.

All students who have submitted ‘Subject Choice’ forms have been sent a pre-arranged ‘enrolment into EMS6’ appointment time.
If you wish to arrange an appointment to speak to our Sixth Form team then please email ems6@ems.hartlepool.sch.uk and we can sort that out.

 

Students not attending site for results days

It is important to note that the GCSE results data belong to the student and therefore we are legally bound to get the permission of the student to disclose/provide their results to anyone else – including parents.

  • If a student wants their results via email or via post they (the student themselves) need to email mharris@ems.bhcet.org.uk stating the email/postal address that they want their results sending to.

Please note that due to the additional administration involved in collating the data, there will be a short delay in sending these results out.

  • If a representative is collecting the results on behalf of the student they should bring with them a letter of authorisation signed by the student – or the student can email mharris@ems.bhcet.org.uk in advance to authorise a named representative.

The Bishop Hogarth Catholic Education Trust has determined that no members of staff are able to communicate the Centre Assessed Grades with students or parents. These can be made available from the Data Protection Officer at the Trust. Details of how to contact the DPO and the process to follow will be made available on each results day.

I know that you have been more adversely affected than most as a result of the pandemic – but I’m hoping that August will provide us with an opportunity to celebrate together and to look forward in hope to much better times and the promise of new beginnings.

Until we see each other – stay safe, take care and God bless

Stephen Hammond
Headteacher