Updated: Tuesday, August 11th 2020
All students waiting for academic and vocational qualifications results this summer will receive them by email.
Student and staff safety remains our top priority. Please do not come into the College to collect your results.
A Level and GCSE results will be issued to students via their college email account after 9am on Thursday, August 13th 2020 (A Levels) and after 9am on Thursday, August 20th 2020 (GCSEs).
Results for a wide range of vocational qualifications will be sent to students on a rolling basis in line with the release of the information from the awarding bodies.
We anticipate that the majority of Level 3 vocational results will be issued to students on Thursday, August 13th 2020. The majority of Level 2, Level 1 and Entry Level results will be issued from Thursday, August 20th 2020.
Please visit our questions and answers (Q&A) page for more information about:
We wish you all the very best with your results and are here to support you if you need advice and guidance.
Please continue to check the website, stay safe and follow government guidelines.
We want there to be as few barriers to your learning as possible, therefore we will do everything we can to give you a hand. So if you need help paying for your course, getting to the college or paying for other costs the Learner Support Fund could be the answer. This fund offers financial support towards the cost of studying and is designed to help students who are encountering financial barriers to learning. We want to help with the basic but important necessities of undertaking a course at The Sheffield College such as having books and equipment for your course, allowing you to complete your studies.
16-18 Young Learner Support Fund
If you are under 19 on 31st August 2016, and enrolled on a Sheffield College course, you may receive support towards the cost of:
Learners aged 16-18 may also be eligible for a Guaranteed Bursary of £1200 if they are:
How to Apply
Aged 16-19 and requiring help with childcare?
If you are a young parent, Care to Learn can help pay for your childcare and related travel costs while you’re learning.
Young people aged 16-19 with childcare needs should apply to Care to Learn. Apply www.gov.uk/care-to-learn/overview.
Free College Meals
Free College Meals are available for eligible 16-18 year olds who should apply using the Learner Support Fund application form. Sheffield College is introducing a cashless payment system this year using students’ ID cards.
The 16-18 Student Pass entitles pass holders to concessionary travel on buses and trams in South Yorkshire. Pass holders are also entitled to half fare on Northern Rail train services in South Yorkshire.
To qualify for a 16-18 Student Pass you must be: