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Parent Evening

House Parent Evening

Parent evenings are an opportunity to meet with your child’s subject teachers and/or house parents (Formerly known as tutors). You will find out how well your child is progressing and what they need to do to make even better progress. You are the expert on your child. We will be keen to learn from you how best to support your child’s development in school.

 

Year 7 Parent evening

27th September 2016

  • Year: 7
  • Time: 4-5pm

 

Subject / House Parent Evenings

Autumn Term

18th October 2016

  • Year: 11
  • Time: 4.30-7pm

 

8th November 2016

  • Year: 10
  • Time: 4.30-7pm

 

15th November 2016

  • Year: 9
  • Time: 4.30-7pm

 

29th November 2016

  • Year: 8
  • Time: 4.30-7pm

 

Spring Term

10th January 2017

  • Year: 7
  • Time: 4.30-7pm

 

24th January 2017

  • Year: 11
  • Time: 4.30-7pm

 

 

Sexual exploitation

As your child starts secondary school, they are likely to enjoy more freedom than at any time in their childhood. Whilst this is an important part of growing up, you will be aware that as a parent you need to help them to enjoy this increasing sense of freedom in a safe manner. Adolescence is a time of change for your child as they explore new relationships and develop a wider social circle, so it can be difficult at times to tell the difference between typical teenage behaviour and warning signs that they may be getting involved in an unsafe relationship. Knowing the signs to look for can help you prevent your child entering an unsafe relationship, intervene early if they are vulnerable, and get the right help. This guide is intended to offer you some straightforward information and advice on how to keep your child safe from such relationships.