We welcome the participation of parents and carers in the life of the college and in the education of their children.

Research has shown that strong partnerships between home and school can have a significant positive impact on wellbeing, attendance, academic progress and behaviour. At Bottisham Village College (BVC), we are committed to working alongside parents to achieve the best possible outcomes for our students.

We have recently published a Parent Information Guide which can be viewed or downloaded by clicking on the link below

If you would like a paper copy please email studentsupport@bottishamvc.org

Learning in School

Curriculum Overview

Learning at Home

Knowledge Organisers

Extended Learning

Mental & Emotional Health

Support for parents & carers

Support for students

Safeguarding

Safeguarding at BVC

Anti Bullying

Contact – Mr Dom Fullman

Attendance

Attendance

Term dates

Contact – Mrs Alison Logan

Parent Forum

We have a well-established Parent Forum that has the following objectives:

  • To give feedback on proposed changes to school systems and policies
  • To raise and discuss issues that are causing concern to parents
  • To allow parents the opportunity to discuss new ideas that will bring benefit to the students or the wider school community
  • To establish how we can strengthen the link between learning at school and at home

We are looking for parents with the following skills and qualities to join the Forum:

  • Team players – working together effectively with other parents and staff
  • Reflective – an ability to consider the impact of change and suggest solutions to problems
  • Whole school perspective – an ability to consider the big picture and want to improve outcomes for all students
  • Committed – time and a desire to attend half-termly meetings

If you wish to register an interest in joining the Parent Forum, or would like more information, please contact us by email: mmerry@bottishamvc.org.

I look forward to hearing from some of you and meeting you in due course.

 

Parenting Tools

E-safety Guidance – A guide to online safety

Parenting courses with Cambridgeshire County Council

Pinpoint – Support for parents who have children with additional needs & disabilities

SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS)

Contact Mr Dom Fullman

Parents’ Information Evening Presentations

Year 11

Year 10

Year 9

Year 8

Year 7

School Events

School Calendar

Uniform

Uniform & Equipment

Uniform Shop

Catering

The Catering Service at BVC

Free School Meals

Emergency School Closure

School Closure Procedures

Staff Contacts

College Leadership Team

Heads of Year &  Heads of Faculties

School Transport

School Transport

Contact – Mr Stuart Hodgson

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