Parents are invited to join us to discuss their daughters’ progress and achievements twice a year.
- The annual parents evening: opportunity to meet your daughters’ class teachers.
- The academic review meeting: opportunity to meet either a senior member of staff, your daughters’ head of year or a form tutor, to discuss your daughters’ progress. These meetings normally take place during the day time.
Additionally, targeted groups of parents may be invited to school to work with our Parent Engagement leader or other teaching staff in support of your daughters’ achievement.
Parents and carers receive a progress report periodically (at least 3 times a year), giving current and previous levels or grades in every subject. This allows parents and carers to track and monitor their daughter’s progress on a termly basis. A more detailed school report is sent home annually, detailing attainment and progress for the year.
Register for SIMS ‘In Touch’ and text alerts. ‘In Touch’ is a useful tool which allows us to provide parents and carers with up-to-date news about the school. We are also able to email newsletters and letters regarding any trips or events that have been organised. Text alerts go straight to mobile phones and are useful for quick reminders and alerts. You can also keep up to date by following the school on twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Updated with correspondence sent home for parents/carers.
connected: weekly newsletter
Connected is our weekly newsletter to Parents/Carers to share key up and coming information and 'spotlight on' learning across different subject areas.
The Brentford Bulletin is a monthly publication that encompasses updates on all upcoming events for the school.
The Highlights Magazine is a termly publication which celebrates the success of the school and students.
News articles are issued here to inform our community about interesting school activities
A platform for our school community to access images shared on different, vibrant school activities that have taken place. We also share the 'pupils of the week' here to continue to congratulate and recognise the hard work and exceptional achievements of our students.