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Huddersfield New College
New Hey Road, Huddersfield,HD3 4GL
01484 652341

Welcome to Huddersfield New College


a sixth form college located on the outskirts of Huddersfield specialising in providing general and general-vocational education to 16 - 19 year old students in a supportive and inclusive environment.


Our aim at Huddersfield New College is for all students to achieve their maximum potential. Throughout their course, we will encourage students to work hard; individual targets will be set for achievement and attendance, teachers and tutors will review progress and parents will be kept informed. This booklet gives details of these activities and processes. We believe the role of parents is of the utmost importance, even though all students in college are over 16. We will inform you of your son/daughter's progress and, if there are problems, we will contact you concerning specific difficulties. Your support is valued very highly by the college and we welcome any views you may have about your son/daughter's education at Huddersfield New College.


At set times of the year subject teachers and personal tutors review your son/daughter's progress. During one-to-one interviews, personal tutors will use a range of information to support discussions on achievement and effort, including information from subject teachers. As part of the review each student draws up an action plan to help ensure improvement.

The purpose of the review changes through the year.

The Review


  • Data entry period 1 (all data apart from CWG)
  • Subjects complete the IDAR (subject review 1). This is now on-line and follows a similar format to all subject reviews. Explain target setting and MTGs
  • IDARs discussed with students and signed by both student and subject tutor
  • Subject copy stored on-line
  • Personal tutors carry out cross-college diagnosis - results recorded CDARs
  • Information from both diagnostic tools shared with appropriate staff
  • Students complete Initial action plan with personal tutors (IOLP)

Welcome Evening 19th and 20th September 2007


Parents’ evening all students 21st & 27th November


  • Data entry period 2
  • Subject review 2.
  • Progress report 1 sent home with tutor comment before end of term


  • Data entry period 3
  • Subject review 3 (after results)
  • Progress report 2 with tutor comment sent home before Easter


Parents’ evening for all students 9th & 14th April


Data entry period 4 (AS and BTEC year 1 students only – before Spring Bank Holiday)

Advanced year 2 students (07-08)


  • Data entry period 4
  • Subject review 3


Parents’ evening for all students 21st & 27th November


  • Progress report 3 with tutor comment sent home
  • Data entry period 5


  • Data entry period 6
  • Subject review 4 (after results)
  • Progress report 4 with tutor comment sent home just after Easter

    Parents’ evening for all students 9th & 14th April

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