Parents and Guardians

Keeping you informed

Through the year registered parents and guardians (Next of Kin) of current learners will receive important college announcements to the NOK email address provided by their young person, including information about Parent and Guardian Liaison Events, notifications of progress reports, exams news, upcoming key deadlines such as UCAS, and much more. We recommend checking this email address regularly in order to keep up to date.  

Should you miss the latest email, or wish to refer back to information, please visit the archive of newsletters for this academic year.  

Parent/Guardian Liaison Events

We hold four events through the year to give parents and guardians the opportunity to speak to lecturers about their young person’s progress. These events follow the release of progress reports and will take place via telephone call or face-to-face in line with national guidance on social distancing.  

Upcoming dates for Parent/Guardian Liaison Events:

  • 9 November 2021 – 2nd Year Parent/Guardian Liaison Event 
  • 25 November 2021 – 1st Year Parent/Guardian Liaison Event 
  • 10 March 2022 – 2nd Year Parent/Guardian Liaison Event 
  • 30 March 2022 – 1st Year Parent/Guardian Liaison Event 
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Our Parent Portal

By the end of September we will 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.

The Parent Portal also alerts you to any urgent news items which can also be accessed via our Parent News page 

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.

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