Parent and Carer Information

Reporting a Student Absence

If an absence from College is unavoidable, a parent/carer must contact the student's Achievement Tutor before the student's first timetabled lesson of the day. This can be done by emailing the Achievement Tutor directly (this information has been sent to parents via text message) or emailing the Achievement Tutor group email achievementtutors@ndonline.ac.uk If you would prefer to call College please use 0113 2946644 and press extension 141.

Student timetables are available on our Cedar Parent Portal and we ask that any appointments are made outside of lesson times where at all possible. The term dates for College are available here. Students are not permitted to 'authorise' their own absence, evidence may need to be shown and Achievement Tutors will contact parents/carers if a pattern of unauthorised absence occurs.

Parent / Carer Mental Health Webinar Recording - Tuesday 7th December

Click below to find out how you can further support your child's mental health and wellbeing. 

WEBINAR RECORDING

ParentWise

As children get older and more independent, issues that affect them can be harder to spot and deal with. Learning about potential dangers can give you the knowledge and skills to act if there is a problem. It could also help keep your child safe by preventing problems before they happen. You know your child best, so if you’ve got a feeling something’s up – you’re right not to ignore it. You can access ParentWise below, which contains a range of advice and tips to support you:

ParentWise Website

Parent Letters and Information 2022-2023

No new letters or information

Coronavirus Risk Assessment

Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College remains committed to providing high quality face-to-face education throughout the Coronavirus Pandemic. In response to the DfE we regularly review the arrangements we have in place to control the virus.

The fundamental controls that we have in place include: 

  • Encouraging good hygiene from everyone 
  • Maintaining appropriate cleaning regimes 
  • Keeping occupied spaces well ventilated 
  • Following Public Health advice on managing confirmed cases of Covid 19. 

Ideally any member of staff or pupil who tests positive for Covid should not attend the setting for 5 days from the day the symptoms started or from the date of test. However, government guidance now says they should try to stay at home or try to work from home and is less prescriptive. 

Archived Letters and Information

Coronavirus College Do's and Dont'
Vicky Ford Send Letter
Online Safety Advice for Parents

PARENT OFSTED LETTER 06/03/22




PRINCIPAL'S EXAM 2022 LETTER
 (10/02/2022)

EXAMS LETTER
 (09/12/2021)

PRINCIPAL'S COVID 19 & PLAN B LETTER
 (09/12/2021)

PARENT CEDAR LETTER

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PRINCIPAL'S SEPTEMBER LETTER

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATES

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COVID-19 STUDENT ABSENCE GUIDE FOR PARENTS

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MENTAL HEALTH
RESOURCES FOR PARENTS

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PARENTS' GUIDE TO SUPPORT 

SCHOOL ANXIETY AND REFUSAL

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Term Dates

TERM DATES

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Leeds Uniform Exchange

Leeds School Uniform Exchange is a project launched by Zero Waste Leeds. We’re building a movement to help Leeds become a Zero Waste City by 2030 and as part of that we’re developing a school uniform re-use network across Leeds.

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Letter from OFQUAL Summer 2023 Student Support Information

OFQUAL: Support for Students and Grading Exams and Assessments in Summer 2023 and Autumn 2022.

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VIRTUAL HIGHER EDUCATION PARENTS' INFORMATION EVENING 


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