How2become is a specialist web site which provides guides to a wide range of careers selection processes, including for the emergency services, as a firefighter, police officer or paramedic. It also provides guides to becoming a train driver, prison officer, airline pilot or taxi driver.
The booking system is available here.
Appointments with each teacher will last for ten minutes. All meetings will take place in the school hall. Booking will be on a first come, first served basis and the booking system is now open. The number of appointments will, initially, be limited to five for each student to ensure that all parents/carers are able to participate. Nearer to the time, if additional appointments are available, we will release these into the booking system and notify you.
In order to login to the system, you will need the following information relating to your child, as held in our database:
- child’s first name
- child’s surname
- child’s date of birth
- child’s register class
You will also need to enter the details we have on record for you. If you have recently changed your title or surname, for example, and not informed us, we will be expecting you to login with the details we have on record. The email address you enter is only used to receive a confirmation of your appointment. If the system gives you an error when you login, it will not be the email address that is the problem.
If you do not have access to the Internet, or experience any problems with using the system, please contact the school and ask to speak with Mrs Winstone.
Subject teachers will meet with you and your child on an individual basis to provide clear feedback on your child’s learning. You will also have an opportunity to review your child’s exercise books.
Unfortunately, Mr Cook and Mrs Perry are unable to be present on this occasion. If your child is taught by Mr Cook or Mrs Perry, you will receive information as to his/her progress, either via letter or telephone.
Students are required to attend, with their parent/carer.
Please find – linked below – a number of key documents relating to Y11 students:
More information will be communicated nearer the time but please note the following dates for parent/carer consultation meetings for the various year groups:
- 17/12 for Y8 – 1515-1815
- 11/2 for Y10 – 1515-1815
- 24/3 for Y9 (including options presentation) – 1530-1800 and then 1830-2100
- 26/5 for Y7 – 1515-1815
Additional meetings will be set up for parents/carers of Y11 students, on an ‘as needed’ basis.
We intend to use an online booking system to enable parents/carers to make appointments to meet with subject teachers. Provision will also be made for parents/carers who are not able to use the online system to make appointments.
Students in Years 7, 8 and 9 and their parents/carers are invited to University Campus Suffolk to find out more about studying a degree at university. Higher education may seem a long way off but the choices made at school do affect options at 16 and 18.
This is a free event, which runs from 11.30am – 3pm and a fantastic opportunity to learn more about university and to meet with current UCS students. During the event students will take part in a fun programme of activities, while parents learn more about the benefits of higher education and student finance.
A tour of the campus and a free buffet lunch will be provided for all attendees. Students and parents can find further information and book a place via this link: http://www.ucs.ac.uk/fad
For further information students and parents can email email@example.com
Three of our Y11 students have published an insightful critique of Alan Ayckbourn’s comedy Absent Friends, which was recently performed by London Classic Theatre at the New Wolsey Theatre. The full review is available here. Well done all!
Suffolk County Council, in conjunction with the National Careers Service and The Source, have produced a really useful overview guide relating to employment opportunities, both locally and further afield.
In order to support our Y11-14 students as they work towards qualifications, we are making the sixth form area available as our ‘senior year study centre.’ As of Monday 16 November, the study centre will be open from 7:30am until 5pm Monday to Friday. Grab and go breakfast will be available – at no charge – for students who wish to study/revise before lessons start. Fruit and water will be available throughout the day. We will develop the centre further over the coming weeks – watch this space for updates! All suggestions welcome – from students, parents and carers!