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FAQ

Common Questions

Use our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) to help you answer some of the more commonly asked questions.

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  • If your child is absent or going to be late due to a medical appointment please call 01293 421421 and then press 1 for students in Y7-11 or 2 for 6th form, leaving the name of your child, tutor group and reason for absence before 9.00am where possible.  You can also email absence@stwilfrids.com

  • Please find our term times here:

     

    Term Dates

     

  • Our Inset Days are:

    2015-2016

    Thursday 3rd September 2015
    Friday 4th September 2015

  • St Wilfrid’s is now a ‘cashless’ school. This means all payments for educational visits, school lunches, revision aids, etc will be made electronically via ParentPay which by now you are familiar with. Please contact Debra Riches via d.riches@stwilfrids.com if you have any questions regarding this or require a reminder of your ParentPay login details.

    If you aren’t able to pay online, St Wilfrid’s now accept PayPoint payments. By making PayPoint payments you can still pay in cash but there is no need for your child to carry money into school, creating a completely cashless school. You can make PayPoint payments for school by visiting any store displaying the yellow and purple PayPoint sign. To find out where you can pay click on the store locator and enter your full post code to receive a list of your nearest stores.

  • Our School Uniform can be purchased online at www.sussexuniforms.co.uk or telephone 0844 921 0160. Standard school trousers and white school shirts may be purchased from school wear departments of most chain stores. For more detailed information about our School Uniform please visit http://stwilfrids.com/school-uniform/

  • St Wilfrid’s runs lots of different activities during break or after school. Some activities offered are designed to support the curriculum, such as Homework clubs and lesson specific catch-up. Some activities are extra- curricular and are there to provide the additional experience of taking part in a fun and interesting activity with other students outside of normal lessons. Please see below the extra curricular timetable for Spring Term 2015

    Spring Term Extra Curricular Activities

  • Medical and dental appointments should be made out of school hours, where possible.  If this is unavoidable then your son/daughter should bring in a letter of the day of the appointment and take it to Student Services where they will be issued an Early Pass.  Parents are expected to collect their children from school.

  • If your son/daughter feels unwell during the day or an accident has occured then a member of staff must be told straight away.  They will be sent to Student Services in the first instance and assessed accordingly.  Parents/emergency services will be contacted if necessary.

  • All letters and notifications will be sent home via email or text. Please ensure Student Services have your up to date contact details.

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