Results 2020

It’s been an exceptional year for all our current and future students. Everyone at the College is proud of you for your dedication and motivation in focussing on your studies over the past six months – we appreciate how hard you’ve worked to do your best. Congratulations on receiving your results.

Results days for A Levels, Applied Generals (13 August) and GCSE (20 August) will feel different this year and we understand that you may understandably be more anxious about what the outcomes mean.

We have created the Results 2020 hub to help our current A Level and Applied General students and GCSE pupils find the best information, advice and guidance, whatever your results.

Please note that this information has been updated to reflect the changes to the grading system announced by Ofqual on August 17. Please visit the appropriate pages below for more specific information relating to your qualification.

A Level and Vocational Results Advice GCSE Results Advice

Updated Post-16 Qualification Results Guide 2020

Ofqual's statement on 17 August 2020 regarding the awarding of GCSE, AS and A Level grades this summer, the College will communicate what steps to take as soon as we have received that guidance from Ofqual.

Whether you're starting your journey into Further Education, Higher Education, Apprenticeship or employment, there are many routes available that Truro and Penwith College can help you with.

The most important thing to remember is that whether your results are better or worse than you were expecting, there is someone available at the college to help you and it is very likely that we will have a course suited for you.

We are here to help so if you require help or guidance at any time please call Truro College on 01872 267000 or Penwith College on 01736 335000

CSW Group have qualified Career Development Consultants available to talk if you are unsure about your next steps. Find out more here.

If you have any questions about your grades, please contact your PTL. You can find contact details on the college intranet.

On behalf of the staff and governors of the college I wish all our students the very best of luck with their results and in the next steps in their continuing education and training

Martin Tucker, Principal Designate