Collection of Results
Year 11 students are invited to collect their GCSE results from the Sixth Form Building on Thursday 22nd August 2019 from 8:30am. Parking is available in the Sixth Form Car Park.
Good luck Year 11.
Please Note: There are strict instructions we have to follow in regards to emailing results to students or other people collecting the results on their behalf.
If a student wishes to receive their results via email or requires someone else to collect their results for them, the student MUST email our Exams Officer (email@example.com) from an email address that clearly identifies the student. The email should state either: the name of the person to collect the student’s results (they will also need to bring ID into school with them), or the email address where the student would like their results sending.
Sixth Form Enrolment
Starting the next chapter of your education with English Martyrs Sixth Form couldn’t be easier.
Step 1: Collect your GCSE Results. Open them and be happy! You are a super star!
Step 2: Make the trip to our dedicated Sixth Form building (unless you are an EMS Year 11 – then you are already here!) where our Enrolment Team will be waiting to help you enrol onto A Level courses starting in September at EMS6. We will be here from 9am-3pm on the 22nd and 23rd of August. If you can’t make these dates, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can make you an appointment to see one of the team.
Step 3: Enjoy the rest of your summer. You deserve it!
While you are relaxing – have a look at our Financial Support page on the website. You could be entitled to money to help you with your studies. This includes free meals, transport and monetary payments to help you with your studies. As an EMS6 student, you can also apply for an NUS Extra card to get discounts from hundreds of shops, rail tickets, concert tickets and much much more!
Step 4: In September, start the journey towards gaining your A Levels. Our specialist team will guide and support you all the way.
In two years time, you could be one of the many success stories on A Level Results Day last week. If you didn’t see them, you can view the article here.