@ScarboroughUTC 28 Jan 23
Parents please make sure you read this week’s newsflash (sent via MCAS) or using this link here. https://t.co/V6QgjirqI6 Thank you.
Keep up-to-date with college life with our weekly News Flash and termly editions of our newsletter, The Pipeline. They are packed with stories of what the students have been achieving, and information for parents and provide a snapshot of the fantastic work by everybody here.
All communication should initially go through Scarborough UTC’s main reception which is open from 08:00 – 16:30, Monday to Friday.
You can contact reception on 01723 821 621 or email email@example.com
To ensure that we can quickly and effectively deal with your enquiry and ensure that the member of staff is available, we operate an appointment system. If you wish to meet with a member of staff, please contact reception, clearly state your child’s name and the person you wish to make an appointment with. We will then arrange a meeting to suit both yourself and the member of staff.
Your child has a dedicated tutor with whom they meet every day to review their learning, individual progress and targets. The tutor is responsible for supporting and tracking your child’s overall academic progress and is therefore the first point of call for information about your child.
Parents will be referred to the Curriculum Areas and the teachers within them for specific subject progress information by your child’s tutor. The curriculum areas are also responsible for the tracking and monitoring of students’ attitude to learning to ensure they remain focused and engaged in lessons. Parents’ should therefore expect direct communication from teachers and Directors of Subject, to celebrate your son or daughter’s learning successes as well as raising any issues with their attitude to learning.
To contact your son/daughter‘s teacher or Director of Subject please contact Scarborough UTC main reception. Please clearly state your child’ s name, Teacher/Director name you wish to contact and the detail of your enquiry .
@ScarboroughUTC 25 Jan 23
Last week our CCF Cadets met Mr Wood, and were given a preview of a national project being delivered by @Nat_Coastwatch in relation to Water Safety. This will be ultimately delivered to all students across the country to promote water safety and prevent fatalities. #watersafety https://t.co/SOtsiYdQsE
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