Vale of York Academy @ValeYorkAcademyWe are all so proud of what Hannah has achieved - she embraced everything but the mountain day and fought off a lot of worries! So pleased she has enjoyed it so much and thank you again personally for the lovely gift! It was our pleasure to share this mega exciting adventure 👍 https://t.co/rSkFNY1U3c3 weeks ago
Vale of York Academy @ValeYorkAcademyBoth Alfie and Lucy were amazing this past 2 weeks and we’re keen to look out for each other and others in the group. They both worked hard to conquer the mountain, inspiring others around them to strive for the top! It was a pleasure to embrace the experience with them 👍 https://t.co/s9faMlvNCi3 weeks ago
Moving schools can be an exciting but worrying time for your child. Below is a list of ways in which you can offer support and help your child.
Attend all the parent evenings
Come to the Information evening and meet your child’s form tutor.
Get informed about the school by reading the information pack we provide.
Read carefully all the information provided to you. It may answer many of the questions you both have.
Parents and Communication
The form tutor is a very important person in you and your child’s life. They should be the first person that you contact if there is an issue or problem that you want to discuss. Make sure that you take the opportunity given to meet him or her at the information evening.
The planner is also a useful means of communication between home and school. There is space for brief notes that you wish the form tutor or subject teacher to read.
If there is a problem then please inform us. If we don’t know, then we can’t help.