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Life at College

Parent Information

The support of parents and guardians is highly valued by the College.

We do everything possible to ensure that students entering the College for the first time feel welcome and that their transition from school is made as smooth as possible. In return we expect all our students to contribute to the friendly atmosphere in the College by showing consideration and respect for others. 

The College values all its members equally and does not tolerate discrimination, bullying or harassment of any kind.

Please see our Parent Guide for general information below is further information that may assist you in providing support.

Sudden College Closure

If we experience very bad weather conditions i.e. heavy snow, the College may be closed and staff/students will be notified by mobile, text or email.

Data Protection

At Havering Sixth Form College we will process a range of information about our students. This will commence with the processing of application forms and continue throughout the student's time with us. We will do this in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the College's own Data Protection Policy.

Examinations

The College will automatically enter and pay for students for examinations in all of their subjects providing they fulfil certain obligations such as attending lessons, completing work and submitting coursework on time. If any examination is a 're-take' of one taken previously students will be asked to pay the fee.

For students who miss examinations the consequences can be serious. The student will bear the cost of the missed examination. Departments are unlikely to be able to offer the same level of support in terms of revision as would normally be the case.

Students are reminded via the College Portal, emails and notices around College - not to leave bags with valuables outside examination venues. This is simply inviting theft and the College cannot accept responsibility for any lost or stolen items.

Any queries regarding examinations should be directed to the Examinations Office.