Please find below some useful documents for parents.  If you wish to raise any issues relating to these please contact our Student Support Manager.

GCSE study skills masterclass for parents: To help in the run-up to GCSE exam season for our Year 11 students, we asked Maximise Your Potential, a company specialising in study skills, to run a webinar to help parents support their children in the run up to and through the exams.

We know that not everyone could attend so wanted to share the headlines, key resources and main tips from Jeremy’s session.  We have run sessions with Jeremy many times in some of our schools and feedback from the students has always been very positive, so we hope you find this useful.

You can find the guide here

24/7 Parenting Course (Part time) at New College Swindon: This course is for anyone who needs help with their teenage children and their behaviour, or with younger children who are displaying adolescent behaviours. Read more information and enrol on the course here.

Online Safety: Internet Matters is an independent, not-for-profit organisation to help parents keep their children safe online.  There is a step-by-step guide to getting parental controls setup:

The government has recently launched a new website aimed at supporting parents, teachers and school leaders in implementing the Prevent Duty. There are some useful resources on the website including written advice and signposting to other organisations.  There are other good materials around which surprisingly haven’t been included, like the counter extremism videos on the London Grid for Learning website Please take the time to have a look at the new website:

Educate Against Hate


A Parents Guide to Dealing with Sexting

Supporting young people online

Social Media Guidance

Safer Internet Use

Parents Guide to Extremism and Radicalisation

When is a friend not a friend

What to do if you child is being bullied on-line

Your qualification our regulation

If you have concerns in regards to child sexual exploitation please visit for more information