Consultation with Teachers
Parents are invited into school at least once a year to discuss their child's work and progress with subject teachers. Other meetings and interviews are arranged for parents at specific points in a child's career through the school - for example, when choosing GCSE courses. Parents are most welcome to get in touch with the school at any time to discuss their child's welfare and progress. They should normally write to, or seek an appointment with, the subject teacher, the tutor or Head of Year, though they may of course arrange an appointment with other senior staff including the Headteacher.
Parents will receive a written report on their child's progress once a year. The progress of each student is also monitored by Heads of Year and tutors each term at half-term. Parents will be contacted after half-termly reviews either if progress is unsatisfactory or outstanding. All students are informed of their half-termly progress.