Welcome to the parents section of our website. The section is designed to give parents the information needed to support their child through their time at Sedgefield Community College. Please follow the menu items to go to the information you are specifically interested in.
If this area does not provide you with the information you require, then please click on the other menu items from the homepage. The ‘students page‘ is particularly recommended, if you would either like to know ‘WHAT your child will learn‘, or indeed ‘HOW your child will learn’ at Sedgefield. ‘Careers‘ information and guidance is also available on the students page. If the information that you require is still unavailable then please feel free to contact your child’s Year Manager and we will make every effort to be of assistance.
Whilst our website is designed to provide the information that most parents require, we appreciate that there will be occasions when the information provided on our website does not answer a parent’s question. With this in mind we encourage parents to contact us with any queries or questions that they may have about any aspect of their child’s education. In addition, all parents have access to our Learning Platform (often known as ‘FROG’). This platform provides an enormous bank of information and resources that are provided to help parents support their children. Whilst FROG includes information that assists learning, such as teaching resources, homework tasks, revision materials, exam timetables. It also offers guidance to parents on how to support their child with issues such as safe internet use, social networking, sex and relationships, mental health matters and dealing with bereavement.
We welcome feedback from parents on all aspects of our work with students, as well as the support we provide parents. Please feel free to send us a brief email if there is anything that you feel we can improve upon. It will be appreciated.
Parent View also gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about Sedgefield Community College, from the quality of teaching to dealing with issues that your child may encounter.