We have created the Results 2021 Hub to help A Level and Vocational students and GCSE pupils find the best information, advice and guidance, whatever your results.
We will do everything we can to support students to make decisions about their progression. As is the case every year, there will be students whose final grades might require a change of plan. If your results aren't what you are expecting, don't worry! There are always alternative options and the College’s knowledgeable academic and support staff are here to help you.
We wish you all the very best of luck!
A levels, Level 3 BTECs and Level 3 UAL: Tuesday 10th August 2021
GCSE’s, Level 2 BTECs and Level 2 UAL: Thursday 12th August 2021
Students can collect results from Temple Refectory on results day between 9am – 2.30pm. If someone is collecting your results on your behalf you will need to provide them with a signed letter or email (from your college email) giving your permission. Any results not collected by 3.00pm will be posted.
On Results Day, current students will also be able to access results online here.
**UPDATE** Due to a remote access issue, some BTEC and UAL students will not be able to access their results online. A copy of results for all BTEC and UAL students will be emailed directly to your college email address.
In order to access your college email account, you will need to have set up ‘Multi-factor Authentication’. You can find full instructions on how to register and install the Microsoft Authenticator App by searching for DOC1336 on the College Intranet.
Results will also be available for collection from 9am – 2:30pm from Temple Reception and those not collected will be posted to all students.
If you have any queries, please call 01208 224000 or email email@example.com
GCSE Results Day: Thursday 12th August 2021
While GCSE Results Day might look a little different this year, it’s still a time where excitement and stress can walk hand-in-hand.
Luckily, Callywith College is here to help you through it and to make sure your results work for you.
If you have already applied to the College, you should have now received a letter with information on confirming your place on your chosen course. When you receive your GCSE results on 12th August, it’s important to enter your grades and save your decision online at www.callywith.ac.uk to confirm your place with us.
On the Callywith website homepage (link above) select the large ‘Enter your Results’ option displayed (this will not be visible until Results Day). Alternatively, you can click here or follow the steps below on the day:
1. Visit www.callywith.ac.uk
2. Select ‘Remote Access’ at the top of the homepage
3. Scroll down to the ‘Other Services’ section and select ‘College Portal’
4. Select ‘Enter your Results’
You will then be asked to confirm your name, date of birth and Student ID number. You will find your Student ID number on your ‘Invitation to Interview’ email, your course offer email or on your hard-copy letter that was sent to you in July. If you are unable to locate your Student ID, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP BEFORE Results Day.
After you have confirmed the details above, you will need to enter your results as instructed on the screen. You will then be able to formally accept your offer to attend Callywith College. You can also request a call back.
Once you have saved your decision, you will be contacted by email or telephone within 48 hours.
If you are not expecting any new results, you must still read the information below and login online to confirm, decline or request more information for your place at Callywith.
Please follow the instructions above even if you do not meet the entry requirements detailed on your offer card for your first choice of course(s). We will contact you by telephone with advice and discuss course options offering you the best chance of success. If you have changed your mind about which course you would like to study, need more advice on your chosen pathway, or want to let us know about a change to your contact address/email/telephone number. Please make sure you contact us on 01208 224000 or by emailing email@example.com BEFORE Results Day.
We're really looking forward to welcoming you in September and no matter what your results, we’d like to say a massive well done for all your hard work!
Yet to apply?
If you’re yet to apply for a place at our outstanding college and not sure what to do next now that you have received your GCSE results, we will be holding drop-in Advice Sessions on Friday 13th August giving you the opportunity to speak to our friendly and knowledgeable staff about all your options and help you plan the best route for your future. If you decide you’d like to apply for a place at Callywith College, you will also have the opportunity to be interviewed and offered a place on the day.
New applicants can drop-in for an advice session / interview between the times below:
10:00 – 12:00 – Surnames A-I
13:00 – 15:00 – Surnames J-R
15:00 – 17:00 – Surnames S-Z
17:00 – 18:00 – Open Session (all surnames).
If you are unable to make the sessions above, please call 01208 224000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will arrange for you to come in at a time to suit you on the day.
If you have a query regarding your results, please follow the steps below:
STEP 1 - Complete the Summer 2021 Results Query Form
Your query will be sent to a senior member of staff who will contact you for further discussion.
STEP 2 - Request a Centre Review
Once your query has been discussed, if you would like to proceed with a formal appeal, please complete and return a Centre Review Application Form to the exams office before the deadlines listed below. The College will check for errors and processing issues and inform you of the outcome.
A Level, BTEC and GCSE Priority Centre Review Deadline:
16th August 2021 (Only request if a university place is dependant on outcome).
A Level, BTEC and GCSE Non-Priority Centre Review Deadline:
3rd September 2021.
UAL Centre Review Deadline: 20th August 2021.
STEP 3 - Exam Board Appeal
Exam board appeals can only be submitted after a Centre Review has been completed.
Please complete and return an Exam Board Appeal Application Form to the exams office before the deadlines listed below. The exam board will complete a check and issue the final grade. Please be aware that your grade could go up, stay the same or go down.
A Level, BTEC and GCSE Priority Exam Board Appeal Deadline:
20th August 2021 (Only request if a university place is dependant on outcome).
A Level, BTEC and GCSE Non-Priority Exam Board Appeal Deadline:
15th September 2021
UAL Exam Board Appeal Deadline: 25th August 2021
Please note: The exam boards will not process any requests made after the published closing dates.
All application forms are available from the Exams Office email@example.com. Please return all application forms from your college email to the exams office. All appeals are free of charge.
JCQ Summer 2021 Student Handout - What to do do if you think there has been an error in your grading and deciding what to do after you’ve got your results.
JCQ Guidance for Students and Parents on Summer-2021 - GCSEs and AS/A Levels.
FE college students and parents - Information for students, parents and carers about awarding qualifications in Summer 2021.
Summer 2021 Grading Timeline
Summer 2021 Centre Policy
If you would like the opportunity to improve your A Level grade you can opt to sit an exam in the Autumn exam series. Exams will run between the 4th – 22nd October 2021. You will need to complete an A Level Autumn 2021 Exam Application Form and return to the exam’s office by Wednesday 1st September 2021 so an exam entry can be made. Please discuss your application with your PTL first. There will be no charge for the exam entry.
Application forms are available from the exams office firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for the exams office to receive Autumn exam entry applications: Wednesday 1st September 2021.
Withdrawal deadline: Tuesday 7th September – if you decide to withdraw your exam entry please notify us by Tuesday 7th September. Fees may be charged for late withdrawals.
Certificates will be distributed in College during November, or if you are no longer attending college, posted to the contact address we have on our MIS system. If you have moved since leaving college, please notify the college of your latest address. Certificates will be posted recorded delivery. Please keep your certificates safe as you are likely to require them in the future to support further and higher education or job applications. The College is unable to provide replacements.
After all that hard work, you deserve to celebrate!
Join us in celebrating Results Day and your results by sharing a photo or video of your Results Day reaction with us on INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK or TWITTER by tagging @CallywithCollege and using the hashtag #CallywithResultsDay2021
If you are looking for a course in clearing, learn how the process works and find a new place using this handy guide from UCAS:
If you want to look at and discuss the University level options available at Truro and Penwith College, the University team is holding a 'University Courses at Truro and Penwith College Advice Day' on Wednesday 11 August 2021, 10am – 3pm offering information about courses at both the Truro and Penwith campuses, the advice day offers you the chance to discuss all your options at the College, whatever your results.
You can contact the College's university team on 01872 305750 who can talk to you more about the options at Truro and Penwith College.
Check out the Truro and PENWITH UNIVERSITY PROSPECTUS.
Don't forget, whatever your result may be, there are a lot of options available to you.
Truro and Penwith College offers over 30 University level courses across 12 different subject areas.
The College runs their courses over a strategically condensed timetable over two full days per week allowing for plenty of time for one-to-one support and enables students to fit life around their lectures.
If you would like to find out more about applying to the College through Clearing, head to Truro and Penwith's CLEARING INFORMATION PAGE or call the College's Clearing hotline on 01872 305750.