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Communication with parents

 
Kent College is a warm and friendly community and we actively encourage our parents and the rest of the family to regularly keep in touch with us. We recognise and actively involve parents, listen to them, provide information about their daughter's education as well as help them manage their busy lives. We know that it is not always easy being a parent!

When your daughter is starting school, and indeed throughout her school career, information and feedback is vital. We believe that parents deserve to know how their daughter is progressing, what she can expect to achieve and what she is being taught.

Although we are experts in the care and education of young girls, we also believe in listening to the views and ideas of parents. The Headmistress and other staff will always try to make themselves available to you. In addition to informal discussions with the class teachers, you will also receive two written reports a year and there are two parent consultations each year. At the beginning of each term a curriculum information session is provided for each year group. During this you will be informed about the curriculum your daughter will follow during the coming term and you will be given advice on how you can support her at home with her schoolwork.

We have a busy Parents' Association which organises a wide range of events and social occasions – some to raise money for the school and other worthy causes, others just to have fun. Past events have included barbecues, summer balls, quiz nights, firework displays, Christmas fairs, summer fairs, Easter egg hunts and discos. 

"Parents are warmly welcomed into the school.  They are able to engage with their children's learning through the many opportunities provided by the school, such as working with their children in class, parents meetings and reports, curriculum and information evenings." ISI Report 2016 

 

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