Parent Bulletin

Keep up to date with what’s going on at the College. This Bulletin will be regularly updated with key dates and information we think parents need to know.

13/11/19: There will be no lessons on Wednesday 27, Thursday 28 and Friday 29 November. This is to allow interviews and staff training to take place.

07/11/19: Reminder to all Candidates sitting A level and GCSE examinations in 2020. The Awarding Bodies have agreed a ‘contingency day’ which is Wednesday 24 June 2020 for examinations. This contingency date has been set aside to address any national or local disruption which may arise during the June 2020 examinations series. Consequently, it is advised that candidates do not plan a holiday or be at any distance from college before 25th June 2020. Thank you for your cooperation.

06/11/19: Year 12 Parents’ Meetings will be taking place on Wednesday 13th November. All lessons will finish at 1.15pm to accommodate this, but the Learning Resource Centre will remain open until 4.30pm. Year 12 students should make appointments with their class teachers.

05/11/19: Message from Principal Martin Sullivan: Despite industrial action, the College will remain open today (Tuesday 5 November 2019). There will be disruption to classes, but the Learning Resource Centre and Refectory will be open for students all day.

04/11/19: There is a National Education Union strike planned for Tuesday 5 November, targeted at the Secretary of State for Education about the poor level of funding that the government provides for post-16 students.  The College does not know which classes will be affected at this time, but will keep you informed as soon as we know the scale of the strike.

31/10/19: The College’s second open event of the year takes place on Wednesday 27 November. We are currently taking pre-registrations for this event.

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