Sale High School prides itself on its examinations processes and procedures. Throughout the academic year students will undergo asessements under examination conditions in preparation for their GCSEs. For further information about examinations please contact

Exam Certificates

Sale High School warmly invites the class of 2021 and guest to our GCSE presentation evening at Sale High School on the 18th November 7.30pm – 9pm.

During the evening students will receive their GCSE examination certificates and enjoy the presentation of a number of special awards and prizes.

If you would like to attend and have not received an invite via email please contact office@salehighschool.org.uk

You can also book your tickets here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/year-11-gcse-presentation-evening-tickets-182420774447

Certificates will be available for collection from the main school office after the 18th November for those who cannot attend the presentation evening. Please contact the school to make alternative arrangements for collection.

If leavers would like someone else to collect their certificates on their behalf, the nominated person will need to bring written permission from the leaver and should have identification with them.

We have requests daily from past students who require copies of their GCSE certificates. Although students may not need their certificates at this moment in time, they are often asked for them for future jobs and courses. The school is only obliged to keep the certificates for one year from the date of issue so we are often unable to help. If you require them after this date please contact the individual examination boards directly. Please note a charge will apply.

Replacement / Lost Certificates for past students




Exam Board Regulations

All examinations are run by the rules and regulations laid down by the joint awarding bodies.  All schools must adhere to these rules.  These rules exist to ensure fair and equal conditions for all students.  All instances of misconduct will be reported to the examination board.

Below is a selection of JCQ notices which candidates must read before sitting their examinations.

Information for candidates – requirements & behaviour 

Information for candidates – Onscreen tests 

Information for candidates – Social media

Information for candidates – No mobile phones

Information for candidates – For written examinations 

Information for candidates – Controlled Assessments 

Information for candidates – Coursework

Information for candidates – IFC-NE

Information for candidates – Privacy notice

Warning to candidates

If you require further information or have concerns please contact our Examinations Officer, Miss C Frazer.