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      Online Safety Guidance for Parents and Carers

      Childnet International has provided guidance for parents and carers about looking after the digital wellbeing of children and young people.

      The guidance includes having an awareness of how being online can make children and young people feel, and how they can look after themselves and others when online. The guidance incorporates age specific information for 3-7 year olds, 7-11 year olds, 11-14 year olds and 14-18 year olds, about how children and young people are interacting with the internet; top tips to support young people at this age; and ideas to help start a conversation about digital wellbeing.

      Information for parents and students

      Extra-curricular

      Extra curricular activities

      Uniform guidelines

      Uniform guidelines

      ParentPay

      ParentPay

      Term dates

      Term Dates

      Insight

      Insight

       

       

      Year 11 Intervention Programme 

      Students will need to bring all the normal equipment to their Intervention:

      •           Pens, pencils and any other stationery
      •           Exercise book/folder
      •          Any relevant textbooks or revision guides

      A positive attitude and good behaviour is essential to the success of the sessions. Students should arrive on time to make the most of the session.  Please direct any queries to the subject teacher.

      • Year 11 Success Evening Powerpoint

        Please see below the powerpoint from the Year 11 Success Evening held on 16th October 2018. You can download the powerpoint for tips on how to support your child with their GCSE studies.

      • Year 11 Success Evening Powerpoint

         

       City of London Academy Southwark Autumn Term Menu 2018

      CoLA-Menu-Oct-2018.pdf

       

      Hardship Fund

      The Hardship Fund is a discretionary source of financial help available to all registered full-time Academy students.

      The aim of the Fund is to help students who have difficulties in paying for:

      • Curriculum trips, visits and year group residential courses (usually up to 20% of the cost but can be up to 100% at the discretion of the Principal)
      • Uniform, shoes or sports kit
      • Other materials or equipment required for their academic studies
      • Expenses to attend seminars, interviews or work experience placements
      • Emergency travel expenses

      Payments from the Fund are discretionary, and if rewarded do not need to be repaid.

      For more information download the Application form below.

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