NORTH Belfast schools have introduced strict measures for students receiving A Level results on Thursday (August 12).

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and to ensure health and safety for school staff, students and families, local schools have adopted different instructions for pupils accessing results.

CCEA A Level results for pupils from all schools can be accessed online from 8am on Thursday with your secure pin.

Blessed Trinity College say AS/A2 results will be posted to your home. If they do not arrive, you can contact the school to arrange to collect the results.

At Edmund Rice College in Glengormley, results will be distributed by class at specific times and the school is asking that pupils do not access the site outside of these designated times unless by appointment. 

Pupils can be accompanied by one parent if they wish. 

Only Year 14’s should be on site at the following times- 10am 14FS (Surname A-L), 10.30am 14FS (Surname Mc-Z), 11am 14SM (Surname A-L) and 11.30am 14SM (Surname Mc-Z).

Pupils in Year 13 who are due to receive calculated modular results can contact the school office via telephone from 12pm for their results. 

A one-way system will be in place and students are asked to access the school via the sports hall entrance and leave through the front doors at reception, whilst maintaining social distancing throughout.

Mercy College is asking Year 14 students to collect a hard copy of results from the school gym at 9.30am. 

Year 13 students to not come to the school unless they are picking up results from an English exam board, which can be done at 10am. Pupils will receive a hard copy of their results upon return to school. 

Parents are kindly asked not to accompany pupils into the building. Everyone is reminded to abide by social distancing and hygiene measures.

Over at St Malachy’s College, the school has allocated time slots according to surname for collection of non-CCEA results which can be accessed online.

Year 14 students should proceed directly to the College Hall, main entrance via Lincoln Avenue. After collecting results, pupils should leave by D Block and exit via Lincoln Avenue. 

Times for collection are 8.30am-9:30am Adams- Heggarty Moore, 9.45am-10.45am Holbeach-McKee, 11am-12 noon McKenna-Young.

Year 13 students should proceed directly to the Crolly Study, entering via the Main College Reception. After collecting results pupils should leave by the student exit. 

Times for collection are 8.30am-9.30am Adamson-Jackson, 9.45am-10:45am Johnston-McLean and 11am-12 noon McMahon-Wright.

Students should attend at the times outlined above and follow all guidance from staff. On arrival, students should use the hand-sanitiser provided, and follow the one-way system.

Results can only be collected by the candidate and results not collected on Thursday will be posted home.