Students Portal

Future Choices

Here you can gather all the careers information you require in order to assist you in making your future choices. Be sure to visit this page regularly to view all the latest updates.

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Rewards Shop

Nothing feels better than being able to spend your points earned from all your hard work. Visit our rewards shop to see what great deals you can get your hands on. Be sure to use your points!

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Revision Resources

Here you can find a list of all the revision materials which your teachers have put forward to help assist your learning and practice in subject areas. To request more, please contact your teacher.

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Year 9 Choices

When you complete your KS3 you will be expected to select your choices of subjects for KS4. Here we offer information on the range of different KS4 subjects we have available.

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Whether your sporting, musical, artistic, looking for intellectual challenge or simply wish to relax, there will be a club or activity for you. This is always a great way to make new friends.

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Find out all the latest information you need to know on E-Safety and learn how to keep yourself safe when using the internet. You can download our PDF and see all the up to date information.

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The Sharp System

If you are having problems, or have witnessed something that concerns you, you can contact us through this page. If you leave your details it will help us to help you or the person in need.

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Peer Mentors

You can request for a peer mentor who has undertaken training to help support fellow pupils at school. You are more than welcome to request a peer mentor to help support you with any problems.


You can browse through all the different books available in the Parrs Wood library by using Eclipse. You can checkout the latest editions to the library stock. Contact Ms Arden or Mr McKrell for further enquiries.

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If someone is bullying you?
Tell somebody - your tutor, a parent, a teacher or a friend. Or use 'The Sharp System' above.

If you have a dental/medical appointment?
Bring a note for your tutor. Sign out at your Year Office when you leave and sign in when /if you return.

If you have lost something?
Report your loss to your Year Office. Remember all property should be marked with your name.

If you don’t understand a homework task?
Ask your subject teacher or your tutor or a friend.

If you have forgotten to bring something to school?
Explain to your subject teacher at the start of the lesson.

If you get something confiscated?
Ask the teacher who has confiscated it when it can be collected, what the conditions are and where it can be collected from.

If you don’t feel well?
Tell your teacher, who may send you to your Year Office with a note.

If you are absent?
Get a parent/carer to phone the school on the first morning. Bring a letter on your return, catch up on missed work.

Homework is a really important part of learning at Parrs Wood. Homework done regularly throughout your time at school can be the equivalent of an extra year of study. Pupils who do their homework regularly do well in lessons, tests and examinations.

Homework can help you:

  1. Practise new skills
  2. Develop study skills
  3. Prepare for the next lesson
  4. Revise for tests and exams
  5. Complete coursework and longer pieces of writing
  6. To experience different ways of learning

Homework set should be written in your planner with details of when it is to be handed in. This will help you organise your work and time. Try to do your homework at the same time each day in a quiet place with no distractions. Plan ahead to make the best use of your time and don’t leave projects, coursework or homework to the last minute. Always do your homework as carefully and as neatly as you can.

  1. Enter the room quietly and take out your equipment
  2. Be polite at all times
  3. Always listen in silence when someone is talking
  4. Hold your hand up to ask or answer questions
  5. Follow instructions from staff
  6. Value learning by staying on task

Stage 1
- Spoken to by your teacher and given a warning
- Name on the board
- Tick against your name (move seats/ time out/ final warning)
- Second tick and personal detention

Stage 2
Referral room and personal detention

Stage 3
Faculty detention for 30 minutes after school

Stage 4
Isolation within the Faculty for the day

Stage 5
Parental meeting to include Director of Faculty, Head of Learning and Assistant Headteacher

Failure to complete class and homework on a number of occasions will result in parental contact, and a detention with your class teacher.