Best of luck to our 2016 graduates as they prepare to receive their results on Wednesday 17th August. The school will begin to distribute results from 10am. Graduates can also access results via the Internet (www.examinations.ie) using the PIN number provided to them during your exams. Our guidance teachers will be available to help with any queries.
Graduates, please remember that if you are disappointed with a result you can apply to view your script by fully completing personalised form enclosed with your results and returning it to the school before Tuesday 23rd August. The college will reply to let you know what viewing slot that you have been assigned. Appeal forms will be available at the college during and after the viewing of scripts sessions should you wish to appeal a result.
If you do not achieve the ‘points’ total or grades that you were hoping for, there are many different paths you can follow to reach your desired goal. The important thing today is to appropriately celebrate your effort over the years and to reflect on your future path calmly and rationally over the next few days.
Supports available to students at this time include:
- Consult the Candidate Information Booklet provided by the SEC at the college (spare copies available in front hall)
- Guidance counsellors at the school
- National Parents’ Council (Post Primary) Helpline Phone Number: 1800 265 165 Email: email@example.com
- Irish Time Helpdesk (irishtimes.com/education)
Please check with the relevant agencies directly to ensure that these dates are still accurate. Our guidance staff will be available to assist students at dates/times displayed at the school entrance.
Wednesday 17th August, 10am: Provisional Leaving Certificate and Leaving Certificate Applied results will be available at the college.
Monday 22nd August: The CAO releases round-one offers to candidates online at 6am. Offer notices are sent by post to candidates to arrive on this date. Other details are available on www.cao.ie and in the daily newspapers.
Tuesday 23rd August: Leaving Certificate and Leaving Certificate Applied students who are unhappy with any of their grades and who wish to review their marked exam scripts in their school must return the application forms to the school by this date. There is no charge for viewing your marked exam scripts.
Monday 29th August, 5.15 pm: Closing date for receipt of acceptance of CAO round-one offers.
Wednesday 31st August: The CAO posts round-two offers to applicants to arrive by post on Thursday, September 1st. Other details are available on www.cao.ie and in the daily newspapers.
Friday 2nd September 6-9pm and Saturday 3rd September 9am-12 noon: Viewing of scripts. Candidates will receive a postcard allocating them to one of these times. The exam candidate must be present in person and can be accompanied by one other person. Writing equipment or electronic devices are not permitted in the viewing centre.
Monday 5th September, 3pm: Deadline for appeal forms with proof of payment to bank to be returned to the school. A fee of €40 per subject applies; it is refunded if an upgrade is awarded.
Wednesday 7th September, 5.15 pm Final date for acceptance of CAO round-two offers. Final date for receipt by the SEC of Leaving Certificate and Leaving Certificate Applied appeals applications.
Mid-October: Results of Leaving Certificate and Leaving Certificate Applied appeals released by the SEC. Final offers of places by the CAO will be made up to October 19th.
Frequently asked questions
How to appeal: Compete an appeal application form after you view your script. Follow the instructions given to pay your €40 appeal fee per subject at a bank. This will be refunded through the school if your result is upgraded.
Return of practical work: The SEC insists that schools retain all exam material until the appeal process is complete, usually mid-October. This applies whether or not you personally submit an appeal or not.
For further questions please consult the SEC Candidate Information booklet available at the college.
Congratulations to the Art department for completing a successful Art inspection recently. The Board of Management are delighted that the report commends the standard of planning, teaching and learning in this subject. Well done to our talented students and staff who were commended for the “rich body of student work…on display in both art rooms and throughout the school including very good examples of studies from primary sources”. The full report can be read on the Department of Education and Skills website or here.