My son or daughter is at Farnham College
Partnership with parents, guardians and carers
Throughout your son or daughter’s college experience, we aim to ensure that you are kept informed of your child’s progress as they learn and develop with us. We understand that personal contact is important, so if you have any worries or concerns at any time, our tutors and support staff will be on hand to answer any queries or concerns. We ask that you encourage your son or daughter to attend college regularly so they can get the best out of college.
In the same way that we have expectations of students, we ask parents to:
- Attend parents' evenings and take an interest in College life
- Support our commitment to good attendance, punctuality and
- Contact us if you have any concerns
- Inform us of any changes to contact details or personal
- Ensure holidays are not booked during term time
We want to work with you to help your son or daughter succeed, and their best results will be achieved if we work together.
If you have any concerns, would like to consult with a staff member or find out how your son or daughter is getting on, we can arrange an appointment with their personal tutor or the relevant staff member. Every effort will be made to deal with any concerns swiftly.
Tel: 0800 612 6008 or click here to ask us a question.
Parents of new students are invited to the College early in the academic year so that they can be given information about College procedures. Reports on progress and grading are sent home to parents, and there are consultation evenings throughout the College year.
Click here to view our current term dates and any details about our upcoming inset days
LRC opening times
The Learning Resource Centre provides access to a wide range of resources and equipment including books, DVDs, journals, e-books and open access computers. A number of other electronic information resources can be accessed via Moodle (the College VLE). There is always a friendly member of staff on hand to offer help and advice.
Opening hours during term time -
- Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays 8.30am-5pm
- Fridays 8.30am-4pm.
Rules and Regulations
The College has a relaxed, adult atmosphere, but students are still expected to abide by some key rules and regulations, which are detailed within our Student Charter.
Due to their commitment and hard work our students regularly secure places at the UK's leading universities, including Oxford and Cambridge. In 2019, our students went on to study at over 50 different universities.
We want to ensure that your son or daughters next step towards university or a professional career is smooth and successful. We want to support them through the entire process, from building your CV, to applying to university and preparing for interviews. Whatever their ambition we'll help them to achieve their goals.
"The College really strives to support you to succeed, so I feel like the tutors take an interest in all of their students."
Haydn - Computing