Parent Guide

Read the Parent Guide for 2023/24.

Results Day at St David's College

Term Dates

Important Dates for the Academic Year 2023-24.

Understanding Assessment Data

Information that should help you to interpret the data included within your son/ daughter’s Student Progress Report and included on the Parental Portal of the eILP.

Anti-Racist Action Plan

We want to be a college that is safe, fair and welcoming; a college where all learners have the same high-quality care, support and guidance regardless of their ethnicity or cultural background. We want an anti-racist college. 

Teacher talking to students

Useful Resources

Latest Announcements

Frequently Asked Questions

We have a Safeguarding and Wellbeing Officer to support your child in times of crisis. Please email feelsafe@stdavidscollege.ac.uk or SBailey@stdavidscollege.ac.uk (Sarah-Jane Bailey, Safeguarding & Wellbeing Coordinator) during college hours to make contact with the Safeguarding Team. 

Email their personal tutor as soon as possible to inform them of the reason and the expected amount of time they will miss.

If the concern is general, you can contact the pastoral tutor. If the query is subject specific, you can email the teacher directly.

The College makes a number of resources available to students thinking about their own future, including the advice of personal tutors. Parents wanting to discuss such questions may also ask to speak with their son/daughter’s Teacher of Spiritual Reflection or any member of the Chaplaincy Team (chaplaincy@stdavidscollege.ac.uk), or the Destinations Department (destinations@stdavidscollege.ac.uk).