We do everything possible to ensure that your child feels welcomed and safe and that their transition from school is problem free. In return we expect all our students to show consideration and respect for others.
The college values all its members equally and does not tolerate discrimination, bullying or harassment of any kind.
We hold different events through the year which gives you a way of finding out more, offering feedback and getting more involved in the work of the college.
At a parents’ evening you’ll have the opportunity to meet with the teaching and tutoring staff to talk about your son or daughter’s progress.
These meetings are a chance for you to hear from senior leaders at the college, pick up information and hear about developments at the college and ask any questions you might have about progression and more.
Our parent council consists of a small group of parents and senior leaders from the college who meet around 3 times a year to talk about a range of issues, and look at different ways to improve the college experience for both students and their parents.
We hope that you’ll be inspired to contribute more to the college by becoming a parent governor. To read more about college governance, please click here