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Keeping Us Informed

Those with parental responsibility should supply a current telephone number and email address

It is also important that we hold two separate sets of contact details in case of emergency, so please ensure that we have a backup to contact other than the main Parent or Carer.

It is important to tell the College about changes

It is important that you inform the College of any change in family circumstances. This helps us to ensure the welfare of your child. Let the College know if any details have altered since you filled in the original admissions form. 

If any information changes regarding family circumstances and in particular, who has legal responsibility for your child, then you MUST inform the College. We cannot supply information to Parents/Carers about whom we do not know or who does not have legal responsibility for the child.         

Our main form of communications

Text messaging will be used to contact Parents/Carers in an emergency, relating to absence/discipline or to pass on information and reminders about Parents' Evenings and events at the College.

Email will be used to contact you in most instances. For example: information about College trips, communications regarding praise, awards, discipline, homework and behaviour.

Access to the College awards system online will not be possible unless we have a valid email address on our system.

*Your mobile number and working email address should be given on the data collection form that will be sent home OR telephone updates to: 01395 255720.


Keeping You Informed

  • Our website is the place to get all the latest information and news about the College
  • We make every effort to get press coverage for the special things our students achieve
  • You will also receive emails/texts about your child regarding special events at the College
  • It is worth noting that any letters given to your child to be taken home, may well be lurking in your child’s bag.  


We urge you to check your text and email messages on a regular basis