|Year Group Leader|
Mr A. Southgate
As a Year Group Leader, I believe in not only the academic success of our students, but also in ensuring they are well prepared for their future as well equipped and prepared adults. Along with students achieving in their academic studies, they should also value their part within the school community and be encouraged to be life-long learners developing vital skills needed to be successful adults and lead rewarding lives.
|Assistant Year Group Leader|
Mrs A. Ramsey
As Assistant Year Group Leader, I believe in empowering the students to succeed academically, as well as preparing them to become positive, responsible, well balanced young adults. It is very rewarding seeing the students grow from year 7’s with little or no confidence, to confident young adults who are prepared to face their futures.
Year 7 Curriculum Evening - FAQ
Q. When will there be after school clubs for my child?
A. Unfortunately, due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation we have not been able to run our normal timetable of extra-curricular activities. This is to further ensure the well-being and safety of our students and staff. When the COVID-19 situation improves and government guidance allows, our extra-curricular club timetable will resume. Students will be told when this will happen and what clubs will be on offer to them.
Q. When should my child receive homework and how can we monitor what work they have and when it is due to be handed in?
A. Students will receive different amounts of homework from different subjects. Those subjects they have more regularly will provide them with homework more frequently. Homework can be tracked using the ‘Satchel One’ app; students and parents can log in and see which subjects have set homework, attachments and instructions teachers have given, deadlines and a tracker of which pieces of homework are still outstanding.
Q. How can we find Satchel One log in details?
A. Students can get their log in details from their Year Group Leader and Assistant Year Group Leader. You can contact them directly via the Year 7 page of our website, https://www.mayfieldschool.net/326/year-7. Your child’s Year Group Leader or Assistant Year Group Leader will get back to you as soon as possible. Alternatively, students can find them and ask in person.
Q. Is my child eligible for free school meals and how can I apply for this if they are?
A. If you are unsure if your child is entitled to free school meals please click here to view a document to help clarify this. You can also check eligibility by visiting this webpage: https://www.cloudforedu.org.uk/ofsm/link2ict
If you would like to apply for Free School Meals you must do so via the London Borough of Redbridge website: https://www.redbridge.gov.uk/schools/free-school-meals/
If you require additional guidance in order to apply for Free School Meals, please view the document at Parent / Carer User Guide for FSM -Mayfield.
Q. How can I change details that the school have for my child such as telephone contact numbers, email or home address?
A. To change any data that the school holds for your child (contact details, etc), your child can collect a data amendment form from Main Reception or you can email the change direct to firstname.lastname@example.org.
020 8215 7771
If your child is absent from school, you must leave a message on the Attendance Line before 08:45 each morning.
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