Examinations are a busy time of year at Christ the King Catholic Voluntary Academy – please check this section regularly for details of our Exams summary, timetables and additional useful exam information.

Should any of your questions relating to examinations be unanswered or if there is anything that you are unsure of then please contact the Exams Office at Christ the King Catholic Voluntary Academy who will respond to any queries you may have.

Result Information

A Level results will be available from 9am on Thursday 15th August 2019

GCSE results will be available from 10am on Thursday 22nd August 2019

GCE Examination Re-sits Summer 2019

Please click the link below for the GCE re-sit form and list of costs.


Examination Timetables

Provisional Summer 2019 GCSE Timetable

Provisional Summer 2019 GCE/A Levels Timetable

Year 13 Mocks Timetable

Candidate Information

Please use the downloadable links below for details regarding examinations:

Privacy Notice

Warning to Candidates

Written exams

Non-Examination Assessments

Coursework (cswk.1819)

Mobile Phones

Social Media

Instructions for Candidates

Please note: A contingency date is a day specifically set aside, should sustained national or local disruption arise during the June 2019 examination series. If disruption happens, the GCSE and/or GCE (A Level) examinations would be taken either for the first time or again on that day.

The contingency date for 2019 is 26th June

Students taking public examinations (GCSE and A Levels) should not plan any holidays or be at any distance from school before 27th June 2019.


Certificates are usually received about 8 – 12 weeks after results day. They show the final, confirmed results.

Once certificates have been received, checked, sorted and are ready for collection we will notify you via email, the school website and social media channels. If you are requesting the certificate then please note we do require 48 hours notice (email us) before you come to collect it.

Please be advised that Exam Certificates must be signed for by the individual. If that individual is unable to collect their certificate then a representative may do so on their behalf. However, they must bring ID and a letter of authority, signed by the student authorising them to collect the certificate. If we do not have authority from an individual we are unable to release the certificate.

Unclaimed certificates will be stored securely for 2 years from your ‘Results Day after which they time they will be destroyed confidentially.

Additional Reading

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