Community Portal

The Community Portal provides parents with access to a wide range of information and services, including:

Online Progressive Feedback

The Online Progressive Feedback tab provides, at the completion of each assessment, students and parents with real time information on students’ academic progress. Grades and comments are provided to give the student feedback about the areas that they have done well in, as well as ways in which they can improve, extend or enhance their learning in the future. We recommend that parents access their child’s Online Progressive Feedback on a regular basis through the Community Portal.

A Statement of Results summarising the student's academic performance is provided in hard copy to families at the end of each semester. This can also be accessed electronically through the Community Portal at the end of each semester.

TimetableSmall Starkie

A copy of your child’s timetable is available for viewing under this tab.

Contact Us

This tab provides parents with easy access to emailing their child’s teachers, Pastoral Group Leaders and Head of House.

My Account

This tab allows parents to contact the College and advise us of changes to address, email, phone numbers, etc. It also enables parents to change their Community Portal password.


Parents are able to view their child’s attendance by date and by specific subject under this tab.

Parent, Student, Teacher Interviews

Parents are able to book Parent, Student, Teacher Interviews via this tab.

Accessing the Community Portal

Parents will need to enter their username and password to access the Community Portal. If you have forgotten your password you can have it emailed to you via the Community Portal. If you have forgotten your username please contact the College office.

Click here to access the Community Portal

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