National Careers Service Helpline
If your results aren’t what you expected and you think it may affect your college place, speak to your college directly. Make sure you keep your enrollment appointment.
Links to local college websites can be found here:
Appeals and exam board information can be found on our Exams page here:
Surrey Virtual School: Post-16 provision and resources
This guide highlights sources of information, advice and guidance about post-16 provision and support (including post-16 providers, careers information, funding and grants and support services) for young people, their carers and professionals. This is targeted towards Looked After Children and Unaccompanied Asylum Seeker Children but includes information that is relevant for all young people as well.
Online results workshops for families
|The Anna Freud Centre is offering free online workshops to parents and carers whose children have received exam results in August. These sessions apply particularly to parents and carers who:
The live sessions will be available online from Monday 16 August to Thursday 19 August, with two sessions per day at 12.30pm and 4.30pm. They will be run by Anna Freud Centre experts who have a background in both education and mental health support, giving some top tips on how best to support children and the opportunity to ask questions. Parents and carers can find out more and book onto the sessions here.
Kooth.com is available for free to all children and young people with a Surrey postcode. This online mental well-being community have put together resources to provide support around exam results day, including a brochure targeted towards parents/carers,