The long awaited 2009/2010 external
examination results are now rolling in to the Department of Education Services.
Department staff are now collating
and analysing the results of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC)
exams from the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC); the General Certificate of
Secondary Education (GCSE) exams from the Assessment and Qualification Alliance
(AQA) and Welsh Joint Education Committee (WJEC); and the Business and Technology
Education Council (BTEC) exams from Edexcel.
Results from each of these boards
are released at different times during August. Upon receipt, the department
collates them to develop a complete record for students who have taken exams
from multiple boards. The final results were expected to be released to the
Department of Education Services by Tuesday, 24 August.
All external examination results
can be collected by parents and students on 30 and 31 August, from 9am each day
at the Clifton Hunter (formerly George Hicks) school hall. Results will not be
available at the John Gray High School.
Year 11 students, who will be
entering the new Year 12 programme this September, must collect their results,
then meet with school counsellors and administrative staff to determine their
Year 12 options. Placement in either the Foundation Studies, VoCat or Advanced
Placement programme is dependent on examination results.
Year 12 students from the 2009/2010
school year cannot collect results until all outstanding exam fees are submitted.