The immunisations we are able to offer to your students are as follows:-

HPV For girls only (1st dose to be given before their 18th birthday to be eligible)

MEN ACWY For all year 12’s & 13’s.

DTP All year 12’s only

Students 16 and over can consent to immunisations themselves. However we encourage students to discuss their immunisation options in advance with their parents or guardians. Students will be able to check their records on the day to see if they require vaccines or boosters. However, they are also able to check with their GP in advance if they so wish.

Students and Staff over the age of 18 are welcome to attend the stand in the atrium to check their records for any immunisation requirements and the nurses will be happy to help or give advice.

You can access consent forms here

Consent forms are available from student support if you wish to complete this in advance or on the day of the event (16 & over only)

Study Support have delivered 83 Sessions of support in the month of March, as well as assisting students with proof-reading of work brought into or emailed through to the Learning Curve.

The recent inclusion to the library stock of some Oxford Graded Readers has been a tremendous success. These books are a selection of classic fiction and factual titles with activities included, that are designed to develop vocabulary. The most popular of these 60 odd books are, The Beautiful Game by Steve Flinders , The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling and The Elephant Man by Tim Vicary.

Some new and classic DVD titles have and are currently being added to library stock. Blade Runner 2049, Deadpool, Dunkirk & Justice League are all due to be on the shelves shortly in The Learning Curve. Whilst the most popular loan this term however, has been the American comedy-drama coming-of-age movie, ‘Dope’.

Study Support have some availability on Tuesday afternoon and Thursday morning at present . If you are looking for some additional help and support with either, your coursework or English and Maths, please ask your tutor to refer you to Study Support.

Are you interested in improving services for families of children and young people with additional needs and /or disabilities in Suffolk? Do you have a bit of time you could spare?

The role of parent representatives (reps) is to inform decision makers about the experiences of parents and carers and to ensure that parents' views are fed into decisions about children and young people's services at a strategic level.

Come and meet the SPCN team and find out about the parent rep role. Each parent rep’s role is tailored to you and what you can offer so you don’t have to be able to give set amounts of time or be available on a weekly basis.

Training is provided and you also have the opportunity to attend regional or national conferences / workshops / training. Expenses and remuneration costs can be claimed for meetings you attend on behalf of SPCN.

Our first ever Parent Rep information day is being held on Monday 12th March 2017 at Kesgrave War Memorial Community Centre, Twelve Acre Approach, Kesgrave, Ipswich, IP5 1LF.

The day will run from 10am until 1.30pm and lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Please book your place here

If you are unable to attend this day but are interested in finding out more about the Parent Rep role then please contact Tammany Hunt our Business Support Administrator This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We have some exciting new activities on offer this term for students.

This terms activities are:

To encourage participation to take part in the activities, an incentive scheme has been set up, where students can earn points which will be exchanged for prizes e.g. water bottles, t-shirts and even Fitbits!

More information can be found via the above posters or speaking to Ellie Tudor or Georgina Winter (based in Student Support).

Keep Me Safe Button