At Skegness Grammar School we believe that a strong partnership with parents is extremely important.
Regular programme of Parents’ Consultation Evenings exists where parents have the opportunity to meet with their child’s subject teachers to discuss progress. All pupils have an annual tutorial with their Form Tutor to set targets for the following year and to review and discuss their progress.
We ask that parents support us in upholding key policies, such as championing high attendance and correct uniform.
We have introduced to our parents the Parent Portal which is the best way of looking at information on their child, updating contact details, downloading reports and accessing data and information relating to their child's progress and performance.
Our recent school's Ofsted reports can be found
Performance data presented on the Department's for Education's School Performance Tables can be found.
Please see the attached document on the left hand side for a full breakdown of our latest Key Stage 5 results.
this measure looks at the progress of all Y11 students across 8 qualifications, compared to their performance at the end of Key Stage 2
Year 7 Catch Up Funding
Skegness Grammar School has utilised this funding on the Accelerated Reader Programme and a designated member of staff to run the programme.
A short guide to some of the features available to parents for keeping their children safe online:
A quick overview of PEGI game ratings:
The following link takes you to a website that allows anyone to report any form of online abuse or harassment and provides advice on coping with it https://reportharmfulcontent.online/
Young Carer’s Support at Skegness Grammar School.
Who is a Young Carer?
A young carer is someone aged 18 or under who helps look after a relative who has a condition such as:
- A physical disability
- A learning disability
- A long term illness
- A mental health condition, or misuses substances or alcohol.
The majority of young carers look after one or both of their parents, brother or sister. A young carer might also care for a grandparent or someone else from their extended family. The difference between young carers and other young people who help in the home is that young carers are often responsible for someone else in their family in a way that most other young people aren't.
What does a Young Carer do?
A young carer will take on additional responsibilities to those appropriate to their age and development. A young carer might be providing the main care or share responsibilities with another family member. The caring tasks that a young carer has to deal with can range from:
• Nursing Care – giving medication, injections, helping with mobility, changing dressings
• Personal Care – washing, dressing, feeding, helping with toilet requirements
• Emotional Care – listening, being a shoulder to cry on, supporting a relative through depression, being there to talk to, monitoring state of emotions
• Domestic Care- washing, ironing, shopping, cleaning and cooking.
• Financial Care – paying bills sorting out benefits.
• Child Care - looking after younger siblings in addition to their caring
What do we do to help?
We are committed to supporting all our students at Skegness Grammar School and Young Carers are no exception. We are able to offer a variety of avenues of support in school as well as referring to external sources of support and advice.
Our Young Carers Lead is Mrs Richardson who is based in the Pastoral Office. Should students or families wish to explore what we can offer in school or other sources of support and advice please do not hesitate to contact her.
https://babble.carers.org - An online space where those aged under 18 who are caring for a family member or friend can chat, share experiences and access information or advice.