Post Results Services 2016
Once you receive your exam results in the summer there are several post result services that you can apply for. Please download, print and return completed forms with payment to the Exam Office by the deadlines outlined below :
By 26 August 2016:
- Priority photocopy scripts (available for A level only)
- Priority re-mark (only available if university place depends on the result)
By 20 September 2016:
- Re-mark with photocopy script
- Clerical check
- Clerical check with photocopied script
By 4 October 2016:
- Original Script (you are not able to request a re-mark or make any appeal about your results after requesting an original script back)
Please note that forms will not be processed without payment.
A copy of the form will be in your results envelope and will also be available outside the exams office.
Please speak to either Lucy/Andrea in the Exams Office if you have any questions about post results services.
YDT attend U.Dance 2016
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Earlier this month 19 youth dance groups from across the country took part in U.Dance 2016; the nation’s annual youth dance festival, following a record number of 296 applicants being received. Youth Dance Tynedale’s work ‘Requiem of Youth’ by choreographer Anthony Lo-Giudice was selected to represent the North East and was performed on Saturday 9 July 2016 at The Lowry Theatre, Salford Quays.
Success at the Young Designer, Technologist and Engineer Competition
On Thursday 7 July 2016, Miss Elliott took four of our promising young designers from Year 11 and 13 to the Discovery Museum in Newcastle to take part in the Young Engineer, Design and Technologist Competition. The competition is held annually and gives students from schools across the region a chance to show case their design work and practical projects.
German Exchange 2016
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Year 11 students enjoy a day in Berlin, photographed here outside the Bundestag. It was a very early start but well worth the train journey to learn about the city's very varied and interesting history. Students have also been on a tour of Dr Oetker and they will meet the Mayor of Steinhagen at a reception at the town hall tomorrow. Thursday the group will visit the Felix Nussbaum museum in Osnabruck.
Academy Proposal - Consultation Outcome
A letter has now been published by the Governing Body regarding the outcome of the consultation on the proposed conversion to a Multi-Academy Trust.
Schoolcomms & Online Payments
As parents/carers will be aware, we are now using Schoolcomms to send out school communications via email and text message.
In addition, Schoolcomms has the facility to enable parents/carers to make online payments via the School Gateway smartphone app or website. Parents/carers will also be able to view school meal balances and purchases, and top up school meals money at any time.
To set up online payments, you will need to use the website to complete the initial setup; click the icon above to go to the School Gateway website. If you are unable to log in, it may be because the school doesn’t have your current email and mobile phone number on record. Please contact the school and we will update the details on our system.
Hexham's Hidden Gardens
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- Hexham Middle School Community Garden
- Queen Elizabeth High School Walled Garden
- Haydon House, Alexandra Terrace
The gardens will have plant sales, woodworkers, artists, Fairtrade stalls, quizzes, book stalls, music, and tea, cakes, Pimms and garden advice.
Entrance maps with garden addresses will be available from Cogito Books, the Abbey Bookshop, or on the day from the gardens.
All proceeds (donation £3.00, families £7.00) go to Hexham Community Partnership to support their work for families and children in Hexham.