Yes, I did mean the Data Protection Act, but my wording was a bit cautious because I had a vague recollection of a get-out clause!
Have just found a previous post on the subject of results:
Freedom of Information Act does not apply (that Act involves, in simple terms, access to non-personal information).
The Subject Access provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) DO apply. Put simply, this means that the "subject" of personal data held by public authorities (i.e. your child, and by extension, you) can request that that personal data be released to them.
HOWEVER, Schedule 7 of the DPA, says that the public authority does not have to release exam/test results until either five months after you have made the request, or forty days after the test results are published (whichever is earlier).
Why have you been booted out of "Everything else"?