SCHOOL UNIFORM JUMPERS – SWI SCHOOL WEAR
SWi SCHOOL WEAR DELIVERY INFORMATION
“We offer a free delivery into school each week (term time only), orders need to be placed before Tuesday 5pm and these will then be delivered into school for collection the following Friday, this will start in September.”
Orders can also be delivered to home. See guide for details.
BRIGADE (BLAZERS, TIES, POLO SHIRTS, TRACKSUIT BOTTOMS, HOODED TOPS
To order the rest of the school uniform please visit Brigade UK .
BRIGADE DEVILVERY INFORMATION
“As we are now past the 9th August deadline we can no longer guarnte delivery of your order before children go back to school. We will make every effort to deliever orders in time for the start of the new term, but cannot be held responsible if items do not arrive in time.”
VISIT OUR HOMEWORK PAGE
ParentMail is now live. Parents can top up dinner money, see what their children are eating at school, buy uniform and much more.
To access the system parents should use the web address https://pmx.parentmail.co.uk
On rare occasions we may not be able to open the school as normal because of severe weather conditions. We understand that this can be very difficult for parents and carers. It is not a decision we take lightly.
At St Gregory the Great we work in partnership with parents in supporting their child achieve both in their academic studies and in their development outside the classroom. We pride ourselves on our close and positive relationships with parents and carers.
Our pastoral system is operated through four houses which in turn are divided into tutor groups. Tutor groups are small and vertically arranged giving high levels of individual support to each pupil.
The Parent Staff Association (“PSA”) at St Gregory the Great is well established and active and plays an important part in School life. Please come along to PSA meetings and get involved.
The main use of the learning platform was to communicate the latest information on pupils attendance, progress and targets for improvement online via the “students dashboard”. However, the product was withdrawn from use and we intended replacing it with a bespoke designed and improved product, but the company has been unable to fulfil their commitments to us on its supply.
As a result, we shall be reporting to parents solely in the traditional manner for the rest of this term, ie via paper reports sent home.
We are trialling a replacement system that will give online access to a similar “student dashboard” as before, and expect to have this in place by January, and for it to include information about homework set.
The school continues to use a variety of e-Learning tools allowing students to use the internet for their learning, with individual packages being used by different departments. For instance, every student has access to Samlearning (https://www.samlearning.com/) which provides personalised learning in a variety of subjects, mymaths (http://www.mymaths.co.uk/) is used by the maths department, and Edmodo is used by ICT.