The more you get involved with your child’s education the more likely they are to do well. Use these pages to find out how you can get involved and the support we can offer you. Our Parent Support Advisors are Lynne Crawford-Ellis and Madeleine Evans. Please feel free to contact them for any support and guidance.
Contact between home and school
Attendance text; if your daughter is late to school you will receive a text message.
We also send out text reminders about parents evenings and other events.
With immediate effect we will be upgrading to PMX – ParentMail’s latest platform. On 4th January 2016 you will receive a registration invitation from ParentMail by either text or email but if you have both a mobile number and an email address registered on your account, you will receive a registration invitation by both methods. This invitation is only valid for seven days and will expire on 11th January 2016. If you have any issues or queries with the process please contact Student Services via firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
From 4th January 2016 we will no longer be issuing paper copies of letters and all communication will be via ParentMail and on our Website.
Free School Meals
The government have set up a new initiative called the Pupil Premium which offers every school additional funding to pay for educational activities and resources for all pupils who are in receipt of free school meals.
Aspirations Evenings 2016/2017
Year 11 Aspirations Evening Workshop Presentations
Aspirations Evenings 2015/16
National Numeracy Challenge
A major drive to improve adults’ everyday maths skills begins this month, led by the charity, National Numeracy. The National Numeracy Challenge will reach people through employers, colleges, schools and outreach organisations. It offers a new online tool to assess initial skills and measure progress, and will guide participants towards appropriate learning options. The challenge brings a significant emphasis to tackling negative attitudes to maths and persuading people that they can develop the skills needed for everyday life. The aim is to help a million adults over five years. ASCL members can access the challenge online at www.nnchallenge.org.uk/ASCL or alternatively if you want to take part more widely through your school or college, please email email@example.com
Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of your child’s school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. By sharing your views, you’ll be helping our school to improve.
Please log in at http://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/