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Here you can find answers to your most frequently asked questions.
Should you require a paper copy of any of the information published on this website, please contact the school office and this will be provided free of charge.
Our term dates for 2019-20 can be found here
Holidays during term time and other absence
Guidance on attendance and our policy on term-time absence can be found here.
When is ...?
Please click here to view our School Calendar
Where is my daughter?
If you are not sure whether your daughter is on a trip which returns after the usual school finishing time, please check the school calendar here
Should you still need help, please contact the school office on 020 8509 9446 and choose option 4.
Information on how to apply to join our school can be found here.
Please ensure all your daughter's belongings and uniform items are clearly labelled with her full name. Should she lose any items, they will be kept until the end of the current term in Student Services. Lost USBs can be claimed in room F15.
Should students lose their One Card, or if it stops working, replacements can be ordered for £2.00 from Student Services.
Information on paying for music lessons, trips, lunches and other items online via sQuid can be found here.
We also contact parents/carers by letter, text or e-mail - copies of some of these communications can be found here.
Should you have concerns with regard to your daughter please contact, in the first instance, her form tutor or subject teacher by e-mail
We are able to store essential medication at Student Services for your daughter. Should you need more information, please contact the school office on 020 8509 9446 and choose option 4.
For information on our uniform, please click here.
To see the timings of our school day, please click here.
Students can bring mobile phones to school, but they must be turned off and left in the school office on arrival in the morning and collected at the end of the day.
Should a student be found with a mobile phone during the school day, this will be confiscated. The students' parent/carer will be informed the same day.
Confiscated mobile phones (and other confiscated items) are available for collection by parents/carers during the last week of each term.
Should you wish to let us have your views at any time, please send an e-mail to email@example.com and use "Feedback" as your subject.
If you need to make a formal complaint, please click here to view our Complaints Policy & Procedure.
Meeting with the Headteacher
The “Headteacher's Surgery" is held on Monday evenings between 16.00 and 18.00. Twenty minute slots are available by appointment only and should be arranged with the Headteacher’s PA, Ms Hennelly by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone to 020 8509 9446, option 4.
Although the Headteacher is happy to meet with parents and carers, the school’s priority is to ensure that any issues are resolved with the best possible outcome. It may therefore be more fruitful in the first instance to meet with a form tutor, subject teacher, Student Progress Leader or the member of our Leadership Team with specific responsibility for a given area.
When you contact Ms Hennelly, she will ask for details of the issue you wish to discuss with the Headteacher and then make an appointment to meet with the Headteacher or refer you to the person best placed within school to ensure the quickest and most effective resolution of your issue.