Parents and Guardians
Working with you
We want to develop and keep strong links between the college and parents and guardians. We understand that moving from school to college can be an exciting but sometimes daunting prospect for all young people.
Students are currently learning on site in accordance with our Coronavirus guidance. For more information you can visit our current Coronavirus guidance page here.
On this page we have information that will be useful for parents of full time learners. You can also use the links to explore the website and find out about our term dates and exam dates, as well as different types of support available including Travel, Learning and Financial Support.
Parent/Guardian Liaison Events
Upcoming autumn dates for Parent/Guardian Liaison Events are as follows:
10th November 2020 – 2nd Year Parent/Guardian Liaison Event
26th November 2020 – 1st Year Parent/Guardian Liaison Event
Our Parent Portal
At the beginning of the year we send parents and guardians a letter inviting them to register for our Parent Portal – an online space where parents and guardians can track the progress of their young person at college. You will be able to see what course(s) your young person is enrolled on, along with attendance data, timetables, progress reports and tutor contact information.
Careers Information, Advice & Guidance
The Exeter College Careers Programme is delivered by a variety of internal and external professionally qualified and experienced practitioners. Our careers programme offers a range of activities to raise aspirations, challenge stereotypes and inform students and parents about all options following on from college.
Our team of impartial Careers Advisers, qualified up to Level 6 in Careers support students making their next steps to either university, employment, apprenticeship, gap year or further studies at college.
Good to know…
Young Person? As we have students from a variety of personal circumstances e.g. living with parents, guardians, carers or older siblings, etc. we often refer to them as your ‘young person’.
Virtual Experience Live Talks
- All Sites 19 Jan 2021
- 17:00 - 19:00