GCSE Results Day 2020

Ref: MJB/KC

7 July 2020

Dear Parent/Carer

GCSE Results Day 2020

We look forward to welcoming your son/daughter to collect their GCSE results on Thursday 20 August 2020 from 8:30am. As a result of the unprecedented national situation with Covid-19, we will have to implement procedures to make the collection of your child's results as safe as possible. We therefore ask you to note the following:

  • All Year 11 students must enter the school reception via the main gate to collect their results, whilst maintaining a distance of two metres.
  • There will be a one-way system in place to allow students to collect their results and they will need to exit via the student gate.
  • Students will be allocated a 15-minute time slot to collect their results based on surname, to maintain social distancing and minimise the number of students on the Academy site. (see overleaf)
  • All students must maintain a safe distance of two metres at all times and must not congregate together on the Academy site.
  • We ask that you do not accompany your child into the Academy to collect your child's results.
  • If somebody else, such as a relative, is picking up results on behalf of your child then we will need written consent, signed by the student, to release the results. Without this, we will be unable to release the results.
  • Staff will be on hand in the dining room to answer any Post-16 queries your son/daughter may have.
  • If nobody is able to collect your child's results on the day, they will be posted home. Please can you email enquiries@louthacademy.co.uk or telephone the Academy on 01507 606 349 to let us know if you will need your child's results posting.

I hope you understand the necessity for the arrangements above. The arrangements in place are designed to ensure the safety of everyone in our school community.

Yours sincerely

Mr M J Brown
Executive Principal

GCSE Collection Times by Surname

Time Surname
8:30am A-B
8:45am C-E
9:00am F-G
9:15am H-K
9:30am L-N
9:45am N-R
10:00am S-T
10:15am V-W

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