Parent Zone

Welcome to the Parent /Guardian Zone. This section of our website has been created to address the questions you may have about your son or daughter’s time at The Sixth Form College, Solihull.

We have grouped some of the most useful information about the College in this section to make it quick and simple to access the details that are pertinent to you. Check out the links below:

Parent Bulletin

Regular updates (at least once a week during term time) about key dates and events relevant to your son or daughter.

Parental Testimony

Read what parents of existing and past students really think about the College.

Parents & Carers Survey 2017

Read what the Principal had to say in response to the Parents and Carers Survey 2017.

Handbook for Parents

Download a PDF of the handbook we have put together for you with information about the structure of the College, as well as policies and procedures at College, so you know what to expect from us and what we expect of students and parents.

Newsletters

Email newsletters go out to parents once a term – if you missed it you can check out the latest newsletter here by clicking the link above. Call our MIS Office if you think we have an incorrect email address for you on 0121 704 2581 or ask your son/daughter to login to Tyber to change the details themselves.

Term Dates & Key Dates
Access Tyber

You can access information about your son or daughter and keep track of their progress at College on Tyber – to create a Tyber account, follow the instructions on the email sent to the parent/guardian’s registered email address. This email is sent automatically when a parental email address is entered onto the system (either when a student applies or because the student adds this information to their profile).

Courses

Select your course

Not sure what to study or want to know more about a particular course? Use your course finder to help you decide what is best for you.

Case Studies

Navinder Sami

Navinder Sami attended CTC Kingshurst Academy before joining the College in 2014. An outstanding student, she challenged herself during her…

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