Keeping you informed
We believe it’s important for parents / guardians / carers to be a part of each student’s progress at College. In the first half-term we hold an evening for you to come and view the facilities and meet teachers delivering the timetable who can explain it to you and answer any general queries regarding settling in to College life.
Individual Learning Plan for each student
An Individual Learning Plan is drawn up with every full-time student, and is used to set targets for improving skills and to measure progress. This is available electronically to view throughout the year and can be accessed from home by using the same details student’s use to login on Moodle. The system, called ProMonitor can be accessed here.
A student’s Learning Plan is tailored to individual needs and is used to help students to achieve their potential. It also details goals and aims along with course organisational tools. If you have any questions about progress at any time you can arrange a discussion with tutors via 01743 342342 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Progress Review Evenings
In the second term you will be invited to a Progress Evening to discuss student performance, progress against targets and to consider the next steps and what’s needed to achieve them. Tutors will be available for a discussion on ProMonitor information and to share assignment / assessment completion details for the current course as well as what’s needed for the next step. College support teams will be available to discuss learning support, finance, welfare and Information Advice & Guidance (IAG) as necessary.
Providing additional study support
If a student needs additional help in order to succeed, we aim to provide it. Academic support is available from the course tutor and study skills workshops will be offered. Any learning difficulties or disabilities that are disclosed during the admissions process are considered so that support can be in place for the start of the course. Any needs that emerge during the course will be assessed and relevant support provided.
Who should you contact?
If you have any concerns regarding your child’s progress at College, you should contact their Progression Specialist.