Contacting the School

We believe that students are likely to get the most from their education when there is a strong sense of partnership between home and school.  This partnership must be based on good communications and we would encourage you to contact the school whenever you feel this is necessary.  If there are problems we can help with, or should know about, or if your child has achieved something we can share in, please let us know.  We would also like as much feedback as possible from you concerning the life of the school.

In the case of an emergency, if you need to contact your child during the day, the School Office will pass on any messages you leave.

Your main staff contact is your child’s form tutor.  If necessary, they will be able to pass on specific queries to other members of staff best placed to deal with the issues raised.  It is always helpful to contact the school by letter, email or telephone in the first place, as individual staff may not be available to deal personally with an issue if parents arrive at school without warning.

You can arrange a meeting by telephoning the school, or sending a letter through your child’s tutor.  The best times to contact staff by telephone are before 08:45 or after 15:10.