Tel: 01482 346347 Email: Moodle Parents Email

Parent Portal

The parent portal is located via the ‘Parents’ tab on the College website. The Portal gives you access to live information regarding your son/daughter’s progress, attendance and behaviour throughout their time at Wyke. It is also the location to access progress reviews and Progress Tutor contact details.

The link to the parent portal will open up a log-in page

  • Your Username (This is your son/daughter’s individual student number)
  • Your Password is (you will be prompted to change this when you first log in)
  • For security purposes please enter their DOB in digit only format e.g. – 030394
  • If you do not have a username or password, please contact the college to request one.

The parent portal includes the following attendance data.

  • The whole year’s attendance.
  • The current term’s attendance.
  • The last full week’s attendance.
  • The number of reported absences per week.
  • The number of unreported absences per week.

Progress Review information will be visible through the parent portal throughout the year.

careers convention

Next Steps Careers Convention

By | News for Parents

Students are invited to our Next Step Careers Convention on Thursday 27th February (10:30am-2:30pm in the Sports Hall). Over 50 exhibitors from Universities, Training Providers, Employers, Armed Forces, Public Services, Gap Year Companies and Volunteer Programmes will provide information on a variety future prospects and we encourage all of our students to attend.

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Parent Voice Survey

By | News for Parents

Our Parent Voice Survey for February 2020 is open and we are really interested in finding out your opinions on Wyke College so far. We would appreciate it if you can please take the time to complete the survey using the links sent via email and text by Friday 28th February.

We are always working to improve the experience for our students and their parents / guardians, and the answers to this survey will be really helpful.

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Subject Support

By | News for Parents

Curriculum Support

Having received their results and feedback from the winter examination period, students are reminded that lots of our subject areas run support/intervention sessions to aid students in their academic development. You can find a full list of the support sessions and their locations available here: Subject Support 2019-20

General Study Skills

Additionally, students wanting to develop their general study skills may wish to attend our study support rooms (Oak 3 and 4) where they will have access to our mentoring service. Our Learning Support and Mentoring Team provide a 6 week rolling programme of key study skills designed to support student success in curriculum areas.

Student can attend any of the following group sessions on a Monday or Thursday lunch time (1.10-1.40pm) or self-refer for 1-2-1 support.

The sessions will include;

  • Week 1 – Learning Styles
  • Week 2 – Time Management and Organisation
  • Week 3 – Effective Note-Taking Methods
  • Week 4 – Memory Techniques
  • Week 5 – Revision Tips and Techniques
  • Week 6 – Coping with Exam Stress

Consultation Evenings for Parents

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Consultation Evening Dates

Thursday 30 January, 4.30 – 7.30pm (Surnames A-F)

Thursday 6 February, 4.30 – 7.30pm (Surnames G-O)

Wednesday 12 February, 4.30 – 7.30pm (Surnames P-Z)

Following December’s end of term exams and assessments, our students have met with their teachers and tutors to review their overall progress and suitable actions. You are always able to see the most recent reviews and progress points on the Parent Portal. Here you can see the progress that your son/daughter has made over the course of the first term of the year, as well as the outcomes from the end of term exam session in December. The most recent progress review information will be released onto Parent Portal on Monday 20th January.

We are always happy to discuss student progress with parents and guardians and invite you to come along to our consultation evenings listed above. Your son/daughter can make appointments through Student Portal, or you can make appointments on the Parent Portal in the ‘Contact’ section.

We hope that you are able to attend the event but, should you be unavailable, you are welcome to contact your son/daughters Progress Tutor at your convenience, using the contact details below.

As far as possible, you will be able to meet with staff at your appointed time, but please bear in mind that sometimes delays are unavoidable when discussions have taken longer than expected. If you feel that you require a more in-depth discussion, then please make alternative arrangements with the member of staff concerned. In particular, if you wish to see your son/daughters Progress Tutor to discuss more general concerns, please contact them directly.

Our Principal, Paul Britton, will be giving two talks on each evening about student expectations, the growth mindset and how we can work together as partners to support your son/daughter to be successful. Chris Herring, Assistant Principal (Student Experience) will also be running ‘Parent Portal’ workshops on how to access the Parent Portal and the information that you can access throughout the evening in the Library.