Uncollected Examination Results
Any results not collected on results day may be collected from the Academy during normal opening hours. Students who are unable to collect results in person may nominate somebody else to do so on their behalf. The nominated person must bring an signed letter from the student giving permission and their own photographic ID.
Certificate Collection Information
For students still studying at the Academy, certificates will be issued during Academic year, but not before December.
For students no longer studying at the Academy, certificates will be available for collection at Reception between 9am-3pm. When collecting certificates, students must bring photographic ID with them. Students who are unable to collect certificates in person may nominate somebody else to do so on their behalf. The nominated person must bring a signed letter from the student giving permission and their own photographic ID.
It is essential that you collect your certificates and retain them for life, as potential employers, colleges or universities will request to see them.
Certificates are kept in the Academy for two years only; please collect them as soon as possible.
Lost Examination Certificates
If you did not collect your certificates from the Academy or have lost them please use the links provided below to contact the various examination boards directly for advice on how to obtain a statement of results in place of certificates:
When contacting the examination boards you will need the Academy’s centre number, which is 61905, and your candidate number, which you should know from when you sat your exams. Unfortunately we are unable to assist in finding out lost or forgotten candidate numbers.
Unfortunately we do not hold any examination records prior to 2013. If you attended Axton Chase School (or any other previous names) and require information relating to your examination results, please contact the examination boards as instructed above with the centre number 61905 and your candidate number.
2020 Longfield Results
Attainment 8: 44.43 points.
This measure shows that, on average, a Longfield Academy student gains between a grade 4 and grade 5.
Progress 8: Not applicable
This measure was not calculated due to the Covid 19 pandemic. No national statistics for progress were published as examinations did not take place. Grades were awarded by a combination of a Centre Assessed Grade and an examination board algorithm.
Percentage gaining a standard pass in English (language or Literature) and mathematics: 67%.
Percentage gaining a strong pass in English (language or Literature) and mathematics: 35%.
A standard pass is defined as grade 4 or better, a strong pass as grade 5 or better.
Pupils entering the EBacc – 34%
Pupils attaining the EBacc (standard pass) – 21%
Pupils attaining the EBacc (strong pass) – 9%
Average EBacc points score – 3.86
The EBacc (English Baccalaureate) is comprised of English, mathematics, sciences, a language and either history or geography.