“Parents Are Well Informed About Learners Progress” – Ofsted
At Cronton Sixth Form we believe that parents play a vital role in ensuring student success and we are committed to developing a successful partnership with parents to make sure that every student is supported to reach their full potential. We communicate with parents on a regular basis and always welcome enquiries about student progress.
Parents Will Receive:
- Prompt contact in the event of poor attendance or progress
- An invitation to a welcome evening in the first half term
- An invitation to attend progress evenings in each academic year
- Progress reports twice a year
What Our Parents Say:
- “We are very pleased that our daughter chose Cronton Sixth Form. It has exceeded our expectations.”
- “My son is taught by inspiring teachers who are doing some amazing work with him. We couldn’t be happier. “
- “He loves being at College and both of his tutors have had such a positive influence on him. Couldn’t recommend highly enough.”
- “The staff at Cronton are excellent. Really pleased with the way my daughter is progressing.”
- The College day starts at 9am and finishes at 4.30pm.
- For transport and support information, please click on the tabs above.
- All students will receive a timetable at the beginning of the year. We try to keep free periods to a minimum by timetabling each student to have a ‘Study Day’ which is their time to complete their independent learning / assignments and revision.
- Attendance and punctuality are proven to determine student success. We take this very seriously at Cronton and in the case of unavoidable absentees; the student or parent/carer must call our Absence Line phone number 0151 257 2008.
- For information on our unique system of support, please click on the support tab above.
In conjunction with Cheshire Police, Cronton Sixth Form College is involved in a new initiative called Operation Encompass. The purpose of Operation Encompass is to safeguard and support children and young people who have been involved in, heard or witnessed a domestic abuse incident. Following such an incident, young people will often arrive at College distressed, upset, worried and unprepared. Operation Encompass aims to ensure that appropriate College staff (called Key Adults) are made aware early enough to support children and young people in a way that means they feel safe and included.
At Cronton Sixth Form College our Key Adults are Thalia Bell, Paula Mitchell and Anna Hopwood
This is a valuable initiative that means we can continue to support and help children and families within our school community when they need it the most.
You can find our more by visiting www.operationencompass.org or by contacting our Key Adult.