The College is only open to our most vulnerable students (including those on EHCPs, or who are in care or have a social worker) and the children of key workers. All lessons will continue to run virtually for all students. The College opens at 9am. Please notify us before 10.30am if you wish to access the College past 12 noon so we can ensure facilities and access are available.
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Principal's Presentation for Parents of New Students Part 1

Principal's Presentation for Parents of New Students Part 2

Term dates

Download a PDF of the term dates.

Term dates 2019 - 20

Term Dates 2020 - 21

Parents' Evenings

These are held in the Autumn and Spring terms. For dates and times, please see the calendar.

We will send you a letter before the appropriate evening and your son or daughter will make appointments for you with members of staff.

We encourage both students and parents to attend.

Parents' Handbook 2019-20

All parents/carers of students currently enrolled at the College should have received their own copy of the current Parents' Handbook. But, if not, a PDF copy is available to download here:

Parents' Handbook 2019-20

Alternatively, you can read the Parents' Handbook 2019 online here.

Health, Well-Being and Fitness to Study Protocol

Hereford Sixth Form College is committed to supporting students and recognises the importance of a student’s health and wellbeing in relation to his or her academic progression. This protocol, outlines the process and procedures to be followed when a student’s health, wellbeing and/or behaviour affects their ability to cope at college, to study or progress on their course or when their health, wellbeing or behaviour poses a risk to the health and safety of self and/or others.

Download the full document here.

Health, Well-Being and Fitness to Study Protocol

eSafety advice for parents and carers

e safety advice for parents

Guide to Facebook security

Guide to Facebook security

Advice for parents and carers on cyberbullying

Advice for parents and carers on cyberbullying