GCSE and A Level certificates – Summer 2021
GCSE and A Level certificates from Summer 2021 are released from the exam boards in November. We will update the website closer to this time with further details on how you will receive your certificate.
Please remember, results can still be accessed on your Student Portal under ‘My FE Results‘ tab should you need to prove what grades you received in the summer.
Viewing your results online
All results will be available on the Bradford College Student Portal at 8.30am on the relevant date (provided we have received them back from the exam board). If your results aren’t showing, keep checking as results will be updated daily as we receive confirmation from the exam boards!
All student results will be available on the Student Portal (from 8.30am on the relevant date).
How to access the Student Portal
Simply use the following link: Bradford College Student Portal
You will need to create an account if you do not have one and login.
Once logged in click the ‘Registration’ tab and select ‘My FE Results’ (see attached for more information on accessing your results through the Student Portal)
Please note: You will be required to complete your destination data before you can progress to your results.
For more information on accessing your Student Portal for your results please click here.
For information about the appeals process, click here.
If you are collecting GCSE results and are considering undertaking Further Education, then speak to our dedicated Admissions Team in David Hockney Building or Trinity Green. We have a huge range of courses on offer starting this September and places still available!
Careers Advisors will be on hand during our results events to help you with your next step in education, training or employment. Before and after results days, you can reach the team via email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions
If your results are not available on the Student Portal then it is means we have not yet had a result back from the exam boards. As and when we receive results your results will be updated on the Student Portal, so keep checking!
The College will only give results to those students who have photographic identification with them. Please ensure you bring your student ID Card on your results day. Alternatively, results can be collected by an authorised person but this person MUST have your consent (in writing) and also have their photographic identification with them.
PLEASE NOTE: It is your responsibility to inform our Admissions team of a change to your name or address. To do so please email firstname.lastname@example.org – the College will not be liable for the loss of results or certificates sent through the post.
If your results are not what you were expecting, help is available to advise and guide you on options available to you:
– Speak to a member of our Careers Team for advice and guidance on which courses and levels will set you on your path to your desired career. Members of the Careers Team will be on hand during both Results Days or you can email email@example.com.
The government decided that the Summer 2021 exam series would not go ahead as normal due to the uncertainty of the Covid pandemic. Instead, teachers were asked to determine student grades, based upon a range of evidence verified by the college. These results were then reviewed by the exam boards who designed each course, before awarding the final grades which reflect your performance on content you have been taught, and allow you to confidently progress to the next stage of your education or into employment.
JCQ and the exam boards have been actively working together to support teachers, schools and colleges to determine your grades this summer.
If you have questions about the grades you have received, please speak to your tutor. They can answer any specific questions you may have.
Appeals information for studentsAs grades are determined by schools and colleges this year, the appeals process is different and outlined below.You should be aware that:- The appeals process this year is focused on the judgement made by the college rather than on marking errors.- Small changes in marks are very unlikely to change the overall judgement.- You should only request a centre review if you think there has been an error in working out your grade. You should not request a centre review just because you disagree with the grade College has given you, or you feel that you deserve a better grade.
You can find further information on the Appeals Process from JCQ using this link.
Logging an appeal– Before you make an appeal you must first discuss your grades with your tutor.- If, after speaking with your tutor, you believe you meet the criteria for a Stage 1 Centre Review, your tutor will refer your appeal to the FE Quality Team.- If you are unable to contact your tutor you can contact the curriculum departments using one of the following email addresses:
19+ Adult GCSE English firstname.lastname@example.org
19+ Adult GCSE Maths email@example.com
If your appeal is not for A Level or GCSE subjects please contact your tutor in the first instance.
It is your responsibility to update changes to your name or address via the Student Portal – the College is not liable for the loss of any documents/results, or certificates sent via the Student Portal, email or the post.