For those Year 11 students who have paid for them, Leavers’ Books will be available to collect with your GCSE results in August.
The Examination Certificates from your summer examinations will be ready for collection at the end of the year. JCQ rules stipulate that certificates cannot be posted to students and therefore these will need to be collected in person from William Edwards School.
The collection days will be from Monday 16thth December to Thursday 19th December, between 9:00am and 3:00pm. Upon arrival at the school go directly to the Visitor Reception to sign for and collect your certificates, all other parts of the school will be out of bounds in accordance with the school’s health and safety policy. If you are unable to collect in person an adult representative may do so on your behalf. To do this they should bring a signed letter from you giving them authorisation; they will also need to bring proof of ID.
If collection is not possible on these dates, then certificates will be available from the Visitor’s Reception on request. You will need to telephone the school to organise this outside of the Dec 16-19 dates.
Unclaimed certificates will be held on file at this school for one calendar year, after which the certificates will either be destroyed or returned to the relevant examination board.
Unfortunately, you will be unable to use this occasion to visit former staff or collect any subject materials as the school will be in session. If you wish to make contact with former staff, please ring to make an appointment.
the Examination Results from your summer examinations will be ready for collection on Thursday 22nd August, between 10:00am and 12:00pm.
Upon arrival at the school please go directly to the Main Visitors’ Reception to sign in, and then to the Performing Arts Centre to sign for and collect your results.
Please note that all other parts of the school will be out of bounds in accordance with the school’s health and safety policy.
If you are unable to collect your results in person an adult representative may do so on your behalf. To do this they should bring a signed letter from you giving them authorisation; they will also need to bring proof of ID.
If collection on this date is not possible, the results will be posted to the last address that we hold on record for you. If you have changed address since leaving school please provide us with written notification.
Dear Parents and Carers,
please check for your child’s National School Sports Week letter.
We have a number of trips for each year group during the week.
Sign up now to avoid disappointment, places going fast.
Huge congratulations to Halle Barbour-Carr and Lucy Boulton for competing in the regional Have Your Say Finals. The girls were up against students from several grammar schools and although they didn’t make the top three, they did themselves and the school proud.
Invitations to this year’s prom will be available for collection immediately after Leavers’ Assembly on Thursday 20th June.
Payment of £50 will be due by Monday 24th June and is payable via Wisepay.
Tickets will be available to collect from visitors’ reception on Friday 28th June between 10am -1pm.
For those year 11 students involved in Sports Day, alternative arrangements can be made.
Rokell House Newsletter 20th May 2019
Dear Parent / Guardian
You are invited to our Thurrock Campus Open Event where you can find out all the information you need to help you and your son / daughter choose the next stage in their education . Tutors will be on hand throughout the evening to give advice and explain what our courses involve should your son / daughter choose to study at South Essex College.
Please Click Here to View the Letter on the website.