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Exams results information 2017

posted 25 Jul 2017, 00:44 by Nat Admin   [ updated 25 Jul 2017, 00:57 ]

Examination results will be available for collection on

AS & A2 results Thursday 17th August 10.00 – 12.00 – Haylands site

GCSE results Thursday 24th August 10.00 – 12.00 main school

 If you would like your results to be collected by someone other than yourself, then you must contact the Exams Officer direct, either by email or provide written confirmation. The person collecting the results must provide identification.

Results will not be given over the telephone or via email.

Any results not collected by 12noon will be posted the same day.

The Examinations Officer will be available from

Tuesday 15th - Friday 25th August

Exams Officer - Mrs T Morrison Exams Officer – direct phone line 01983 618411

Email address:


Information regarding EAR Services and fees are available through the following links: 

GCE’s Summary of Post Results Services Available Summer 2017

GCSE’s Summary of Post Results Services Available Summer 2017

GCE Examination Service request form 2017

GCSE Examination Service request form 2017

If you would like an EAR you must complete, the examination service request form. This form must be completed signed and monies paid to the Exams Officer before an application can be made.  Deadline for EAR is Thursday 21 September 2017 - 2pm

Understanding your results

If you are not sure about your results or want to know how many marks you were from the next grade up, you can access all the information you need via the exam board websites. If you would prefer to discuss any queries you may have, the exams officer will be more than happy to help wherever possible. 





Binstead Traffic Petition

posted 19 Jul 2017, 01:22 by Nat Admin

Residents in Binstead have started an online petition to reduce the speed limit on Binstead Lodge Road. They feel that the road is very dangerous for cars, children and the elderly in particular. 

Also if anyone wants to write a letter it needs to be addressed to Councillor Ian Ward (Head of Transport), Isle of Wight Council, or email 

Ryde Academy - A History

posted 13 Jul 2017, 04:10 by Nat Admin   [ updated 18 Jul 2017, 02:52 ]

A group of Year 10 history students have been looking into the history of the Academy (formerly Ryde High School, Ryde County Secondary Modern and Upper Grade).

With help from individuals and the Ryde District Heritage Centre in Union Street and the Ryde Social Heritage Group in West Street, students were able to collect lots of information. In addition, thanks to the volunteers from both the heritage groups and former students, staff and governors, they were able to get first hand information about what it was like to be a student at the school between the 1950s and 1990s.

Although small, the exhibition, shown at Ryde Aspire, is the start of what will be an extensive and much cherished archive of the school and the local community.

As we approach the end of an era, we are opening up the school on Wednesday 30th August for any ex-students who want to come and have a last look round before demolition starts in winter 2017. Refreshments will be available and you can also have a look at the exhibition and archive.

Booking is essential. Please email if you would like to come along to any of the following slots 10am, 11am, 12pm or 1pm.

In the photo L-R

Chloe, Ned, Joelle Dorman (Head of History), Mr Tony Gale (former governor at Upper Grade School), Mr David Bushell (former student of Upper Grade School), Mrs Ann Barrett (Research Co-ordinator at the Ryde Social Heritage Group), Lyle and Zac.

Application Window for Privilege Seat Applications

posted 6 Jul 2017, 04:04 by Nat Admin

Communication from our Principal

posted 4 May 2017, 07:21 by Nat Admin

Please open the PDF at the bottom of this page for an important communication from our Principal regarding the AET proposal for Sandown Bay Academy.

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