Important Information


Reception will be open from 9am-3pm from Monday 9 August until 8am on Tuesday 31 August inclusive.

On Results Days – 10 & 12 August – Reception will be open from 8am-3.30pm. Students will be able to access their results from 8.30am on the day, via their Student Advantage account. Please check that you are able to access your Student Advantage account before 6pm on Sunday 8 August and e-mail ithelpdesk@bhasvic.ac.uk if support is needed. Please check the front page of the VLE and FAQs for further information on Results Days.

Please do continue to use email as your first form of communication and bear in mind that many of our staff will be on annual leave during this period.

Please continue to check our website for any updates. FAQs with our latest information about Coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found HERE

Students celebrating getting their exam results

Exam Information 


A/AS Level, BTEC, Criminology & EPQ Results Day is Tuesday 10 August and results will be released via your Advantage account at 8.30am

GCSE Maths and English Results Day is Thursday 12 August and your results will also be released via your Advantage Account at 8.30am

BHASVIC will provide online support from 8.30am and on-site support for our vulnerable students from 9am.

IMPORTANT: Please note your Student Advantage account will not be available from 6pm on Sunday 8 August and all day on Monday 9 August. Please check the front page of the VLE and FAQs for further information on Results Day.


Exam Certificates

Certificates, when received from the awarding body, will be issued to candidates via signed for postage to their home address, please make sure we have your current address on the system.

Financial support available for BHASVIC 2020 leavers – Do you qualify? 

Founded in 1922, the Old Boys War Memorial Fund exists to support BHASVIC students with financial challenges (which cannot be covered by other forms of financial support such as the bursary) or those who wish to undertake a project or trip which enhances their education. For example, in recent years, the fund has supported a student with university set-up costs after she experienced a significant disruption to her home life, and another student who took part in a volunteering project abroad to gain experience relevant to his chosen degree subject, and therefore enhance his application to university. Recognising the problems caused by the economic climate, the fund generally supports those with financial challenges that might limit their opportunities at BHASVIC and beyond. Grants usually range from £150 to £500.  

If you are interested in finding out more, please e-mail bursary@bhasvic.ac.uk in the first instance stating how much you would like to apply for (up to a maximum of £500) and what you would be hoping to use this for. Please note, before making a decision, we will need to speak to your subject teachers and/or personal tutor/Guidance Manager to ensure they support your application.



Information for candidates - coursework

Information for candidates - social media

Information for candidates - written exams

Information for candidates - non-examination assessments

Information for candidates - onscreen tests

Information for candidates - privacy notice

Plagiarism in Examinations

Exams Internal Appeals Policy

Notes for overnight supervision of candidates with a timetable variation


Past BHASVIC Exam Results

Exam Results 2020

Exam Results 2019

Exam Results 2018

Exam Results 2017

Exam Results 2016

Exam Results 2015

Exam Results 2014