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We are delighted that your son/daughter has chosen St Helens College to further their studies. We are committed to providing a quality learning environment and will do our very best to ensure they receive a first class learning experience and ensure that they have access to the support they require to help them successfully achieve their qualifications and make plans for future progress.

Your son/daughter will be allocated a Personal Tutor whilst they are studying with us and they will monitor their progress throughout their course. If you have any questions, concerns or issues that you would like to discuss regarding their studies or their experiences in College, please do not hesitate to contact them directly.

To ensure that your son/daughter has the best chance of successfully achieving their qualifications, excellent attendance and punctuality is vital. They are required to attend every session as stated on their timetable. Evidence reflects that a student with poor attendance is limiting their opportunities to succeed. Therefore, we monitor attendance very carefully and take early interventions if we believe that non-attendance is going to have an adverse impact on their studies. We would, therefore, request that holidays are not taken in term time.

Important Parent/Carer Notice

Week beginning 16th November should have been when we invited all Parents into a meeting with your Son/ Daughters tutors to discuss their progress.

Due to the current guidelines unfortunately we are not able to invite you into college if so the Tutors will be contacting you with arrangements of when you can have either a Teams meeting or phone call to discuss you Son/ Daughters progress on their programme.

Picture of our Principal, Simon PierceWelcome by Simon Pierce, Principal & Chief Executive

We are so pleased to be welcoming all our students back on campus from early September and getting back to normal campus life!

Our priority will be keeping you safe, and looking after your mental and physical wellbeing as we get back to teaching and learning in the classroom.

The below information is intended to inform and support students, parents and carers in understanding the new processes and systems we have put in place to keep you safe, and how we are operating some of our other College services.

As you would expect, we have been following Government guidance very closely and have applied social distancing and increased hygiene measures. Our ‘Keeping You Safe’ guide contains additional details including advice and information on different ways of accessing learning and working.

We are confident you will feel reassured with the measures and arrangements we have put in place, but we welcome the opportunity to receive feedback on any issue that may be causing you concern, so please feel free to get in touch and share your thoughts.

Simon's Signature

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