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Parents and carers
We want to support you and your family during your child’s time with us by keeping in close and regular contact throughout the school year.
Events and support for parents
As a parent or carer at our school we are able to offer you access to a wide range of advice and support. From events to podcasts and everything else inbetween we are constantly adding to the resources on offer.Advice and Support
The wider curriculum is rich and supports pupils’ overall development well. Often, it is linked to EHC targets. It enables pupils to be reflective about their own beliefs and develop understanding of different ways to view the world.Chilworth House Upper School
From the word go, pupils are inspired by the belief that staff have in them. The vast majority of pupils who have left the school in the previous three years are enjoying success in their education or training options. Staff are determined to develop pupils’ ambitions. This creates a buzz of possibilities, especially among older pupils.Chilworth House Upper School
Careers information, education, advice and guidance is a strength of the school. It helps to prepare pupils for adulthood in modern Britain. Leaders are creative and determined to help pupils to think ambitiously.Chilworth House Upper School
Pupils grow in happiness and ambition during their time at Chilworth House Upper School.Chilworth House Upper School
Policies and procedures
We have an extensive list of policies and procedures in place at our school to ensure your child is given the best possible experience with us, some of which are listed below. For paper versions of the policy, please contact the school office.
We always encourage feedback from parents and carers, either via direct communication with us or at annual reviews. You can also share your thoughts through Parent View by clicking the button below.Give Ofsted your view
Staying safe online and safeguarding resource hub
It’s never been more important to help keep your children safe online.
The Government has suggested that the Parent Info website is the best place to gain advice and support regarding this issue.
A free hub of safeguarding resources to empower children, young people and all adults supporting them.