Keeping you informed
The College welcomes parents by appointment at any time. If something is worrying you, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
For general enquiries where you can’t find the answer in the Parents Section or by using the 'Search' facility on our website, contact the Student Hub.
For particular concerns regarding your own son/daughter please contact their Personal Tutor. If there is a worry about a particular subject, you might wish to see the subject teacher. A Vice Principal and the Principal are always happy to see parents if a problem cannot be solved by talking to the staff mentioned above.
For your convenience, parents/guardians have access to Insight. This is a live, online record of your son or daughter which provides instant and up to date information on their progress, attendance, daily timetable, subject and progress reviews and personal exam timetables.
New Parents Welcome Evening
Links to the presentations will be added here following the evening on the 17th September 2015.
- A Level Presentation
- BTEC Presentation
There are consultation evenings held during the year when you and your son or daughter have the opportunity to make an appointment to meet the teachers and his/her Personal Tutor. These take place in December to review the first term's progress, and March for mid-year reviews. Please click here for further information on how to book appointments with your son or daughter's teachers.
In addition, the College organises information evenings for parents. Details, when confirmed, will be communicated by email, College Notices and through the website.
In November there is an event focused on financing students in Higher Education for parents of second year students;
In February we hold an evening to introduce parents of first year students to the world of Higher Education, including the application process. The presentations from February 2015 are as follows:
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