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Online homework calendar launched

Posted: 22 September 2017

Letters with details on how Parents/Carers can access Class Charts our new online homework calendar will be going/have gone out this week via students (see schedule below). Please check with your son/daughter if you have yet to receive one.

Year 10 – Monday, 18th September.
Year 11 – Tuesday, 19th
Year 7 – Wednesday, 20th
Year 8 – Thursday, 21st
Year 9 – Friday , 22nd September.

Further details can be found on website


Year 6 Open Day and Evening

Posted: 1 September 2016

Thursday 15th September 2016.  

Tours of college at 9.00am, 11.30am and 2.15pm.  

Presentation by Headteacher Steve Green at 6.30pm followed by a chance to meet subject teachers. Alternatively contact us to arrange a personal tour with the Headteacher at a time of your convenience.

Consultation – 16th May 2016

Posted: 10 May 2016

We are currently consulting parents, students, staff, our feeder primary schools and the wider community on their views regarding academy status for The Axe Valley Community College.

Please read the attached document before emailing your thoughts to, putting ‘Academy Status’ in the subject line and indicating your interest e.g. parent, staff, pupil etc..

The consultation runs until close of business on Friday 17th June.

Thank you


Academy Consultation Document


Online Safety Event Presentations

Posted: 7 March 2016

Many thanks to all the parents that were able to find the time to attend our online safety briefing on 01-03-2016. Below are links to the presentations that were given and also the info-graphic on age restrictions for Social Media sites.

Online Safety Briefing Parents 2016-03-01

CSE presentation for parents 2016-03-01

Extremism Presentation for Parents 2016-03-01pastedImage

Invitation to Online Safety Event

Posted: 3 February 2016

Online Safety and Safeguarding Information Evening - Tue 1st March 5-6 Hall

We would like to invite parents / carers to attend the above. Access to the internet and social media is commonplace for most young people.

And while there are opportunities for young people to learn in new ways, there are also significant risks from people who seek to exploit, groom and abuse young people.

As a college we take our role in safeguarding our students very seriously and would like the opportunity to support parents and carers to make informed decisions about how they manage online safety for their children. 

For more information click here

or read it Letter to parents re online safety event on 1st March 16

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