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If you are thinking of taking up an instrument but not sure which one to choose, come along to our Try an Instrument Day - open to Year 6 students who have a place at SJL starting in September, plus any current SJL students in Years 7-9.


Reminder to Y10 parents that booking for online Parents’ Evening closes tomorrow, 6 June at 6pm


Just Wow Toby Cherry clears a new PB of 2:03m at the weekend. So proud of this young man


Vacancy - we are seeking an enthusiastic IT/Media Support Technician to provide first line media and technical support. Apply now


Term Date - a reminder that next week is half term.Have an enjoyable break, we hope everyone has a chance to enjoy the sunshine. We look forward to seeing you all back Monday 5 June.


Our Year 10 Food Technology students enjoyed a masterclass with cookbook author and TV chef Theo Michaels - Theo helped the students to make burritos, including making the tortillas, whipping up a salsa and a variety of fillings, while offering tips and advice.


Alumni: What a first season with we are all so proud of you at SJL Your hard work and dedication is really paying off, you are an inspiration to all the young sports people at our school


Alumni: What a first season with we are all so proud of you at SJL . Your hard work and dedication is really paying off, you are an inspiration to all the young sports people at our school


60 of our best mathematicians from years 7 and 8 recently achieved SJL’s best ever Junior Maths Challenge results. In total they achieved 24 Gold medals, 20 Silver and 13 Bronze. The top 17 qualified for the follow on round in June. Well done year 7 and 8!


Our Year 9 Social Sciences students gained further insight into the world of politics when Bim Afolami, MP for Hitchin & Harpenden, came to a Q&A session, giving our students the chance to ask many questions on a wide range of topics.


Our lovely rabbits and chickens now have fabulous new homes thanks to some Year 9 students who put two new wooden hutches together.


Following the visit last week from TV journalist and presenter Martine Croxall our Media Studies students began creating their own news story as part of . Take a look at the full news broadcast here


This week students will be discussing the benefits of 'reading' and the word 'intertextuality' (when a new text is connected to & influenced by previous texts).“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” - Dr Seuss


We're throwing it back to last week's Year 10 Music Showcase - what an amazing evening!


Reminder to Y10 parents that booking for online Parents’ Evening opens tomorrow, 23 May, at 6pm


Year 9 Social Science students have been busy filming a Political Party Campaign as part of their politics module - creating their own party and developing their own policies.


Good luck to our Year 12 students who will be out on work experience this week. Please do all that you can to make the most of your week and enjoy the experience. We look forward to hearing all about it.


A celebration of alliums waiting to be cut and placed on reception


Everyone is in and cooking!


Alumni: So proud of this young man! Clubman of the year at Verulamians RFC after a brilliant season with some 1st Team Rugby experience. Keep it up Matty you are an inspiration to so many


Amazing creativity on display as Year 10 art students develop ideas for their final piece of work as part of their portrait project.


Our Year 12 Economy students gained insight into the day-to-day life of an economist with a brilliant talk by Bank of England Senior Economist Gosia Goralczyk. Our students gained a greater understanding about the function of the Bank of England to monitor financial stability.


Highlights from the second half of the Spring term, including the ski trip to Saas-Fee in Switzerland, Austen's Got Talent and the visit to Montpellier for our Year 10 students studying French. Presented and produced by SJL Media Faculty.


Last weekend Harry competed in the East of England Regional Swimming Championships. He came: 7th in U14 100m Butterfly 6th in U14 400m Individual Medley 1st in U14 200m Butterfly He swam fantastically - achieving personal best times in both the heat and final.


A fun interactive quiz using iPad's for Year 8 students in their RE lesson, helping to strengthen their learning about different religions.

Exam Information

The following pages contain key information for students taking public exams. If students/parents have any queries or concerns, please phone, or see the Examinations Officer.


Exam information for candidates

Exam timetables

Year 12 Financial Studies

LIBF Exam Dates 2022-2023

LIBF Resit Request Form Unit 1

LIBF Resit Request Form Unit 2

Year 10 Internal Examinations Timetable

Year 10 Internal Examinations 2023

Year 12 Internal Examinations Timetable

Year 12 Internal Examinations 2023


Summer 2023 Public Examinations

The summer examinations will commence on Monday 15 May 2023 until Tuesday 27 June 2023. Students must be available up to and including Wednesday 28 June 2023, as this has been determined as the continguency date.

Individual timetables will be issued to students and parents/carers by the end of the Spring Term by which time, arrangements will be confirmed for students who have a clash of exams ie 2 exams scheduled for the same time.

GCSE Exam Timetable Summer 2023

AS, A Level and BTEC Exam Timetable Summer 2023

Examination results collection

Arrangements for Collecting Results – Summer 2023
Collection in person for Years 13 and 11 only

Exam results can be collected on the dates below:

  • A Levels and BTEC – Thursday 17 August 2023
  • Year 13 results – Available from 8.00am to 10.00am
  • GCSE – Thursday 24 August 2023
  • Year 11 results – Available between 8.30am to 10.30am

Years 10 and 12 students please do not come into school to collect your results. Results will be issued online via EduLink to students only.

Unable to collect in person

If you are unable to collect in person, you can do one of the following:

  • Provide the Exams Officer with an A4 stamped addressed envelope with a 1st class LARGE letter stamp affixed, by the end of term (Thursday, 20 July 2023 midday) and your results will be posted to you.  Please be aware that exam board regulations state that results can only be posted on results day itself so you may not receive your results until a few days after result publication, dependent on the postal system. 
  • Provide the Exams Officer with written permission for someone else to collect your results on your behalf, complete the collection of results permission form below. The permission form must be handed in when the results are collected and your nominated representative (and that includes a parent) will require a form of identification (eg passport, driving licence). Please note that exam results are not provided over the phone, or by text or email under any circumstances.

Collection of results permission form

Post result services

For detailed information about the different post results services offered by exam boards, please read pages 16/17 of the Exam Guidance.

Post-Results Services - GCSE/GCE A-Level/AS Level/BTEC

This section contains:

  • The Post-Result Candidate Consent form which must be signed by the student for all Post-Results Services (Reviews of Marking and Access to Scripts)
  • GCSE Deadlines and Fees Information
  • A Level/AS Level/BTEC Deadlines and Fees Information

NO CHEQUES OR CASH will be accepted for any of these services

Payment of fees must be made before the service is actioned and in advance of the deadline.

Payment can be made via the Exams tab on ParentPay if students are staying at SJL or directly to the school bank account for leavers (Years 13 and 11)

All completed and signed candidate consent forms MUST be returned to the Exams Office

GCSE Post Results Services: Deadlines and Fees Information

A Level/AS Level/Level 3 BTEC Post Results Services: Deadlines and Fees Information

Summer 2022 Candidate Consent Form


For the academic year 2021-2022

A Level/BTEC Certificates are issued to students at a presentation evening held in December.  If students are unable to attend the presentation evening, certificates can be collected in person from the school or by a nominated representative with a completed Collection of Certificates Permission Form.

GCSE Certificates are issued in form time in December for students who go on to SJL Sixth Form.  For students who leave the school, GCSE certificates can be collected in person in December or by a nominated representative with a completed Collection of Certificates Permission Form.

For the previous academic year

Certificates can be collected from the school Reception between 9.00am and 3.00pm when the school is open. Please advise the Exams Officer of the date you wish to collect them so that they can be left at Reception for you. You will need to bring some photographic ID and sign a collection sheet.

If you are unable to collect your certificates or arrange someone to collect on your behalf, you can request the school to post them to you, however there is a cost of approximately £7.00 for this service as the exam boards require us to use a signed for tracking service.  Please contact the Exams Officer if you wish to use this service.

Collection of certificates permission form


Lost/Replacement Certificates

The school is required to keep certificates for a period of one year after issue.  If you do not collect your certificates within this time or you lose your certificates they can only be replaced by applying directly to the awarding bodies.  Visit awarding body websites for the services and costs for lost/replacement certificates. 

Please follow the process outlined within this link

GOV.UK replacement exam certificate

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