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We believe in a strong partnership between parents and the College, to ensure that together we work in the best interests of all our pupils, towards their complete education.

As a parent, you can expect:

  • An extensive programme of induction for your child;
  • A parents’ information session;
  • Immediate contact should any concerns arise;
  • Comprehensive reporting on your child’s progress;
  • Opportunities to meet with class teachers to discuss your child’s progress;
  • An invitation to meet with senior staff at the Learning Guidance Forum to review GCSE progress and discuss career pathways;
  • Approachable staff who are always ready to listen to your concerns and worries; and
  • Opportunities to be involved in College events and our Parent Teacher Association. 

Parents are encouraged to play a positive role at home by assisting with homework and taking an active interest in their child’s school work and progression. This helps to identify any areas of concern at an early stage and enable appropriate action to be taken.

You can check out our uniform list here.

Celebrating success

In Nendrum College we believe it is important to celebrate our pupils' success, so they know when they've done well; to encourage them to keep up their excellent efforts; and to encourage others to up their game and make progress towards their targets and goals.

Success in Nendrum College takes on many forms: in the classroom, exam hall, sports field, running track, swimming pool, workshops, completing projects, or participating in competition.

Whether its getting top exam results, getting placed in a competition or achieving a personal best, it's all success to be celebrated.

Keep an eye on our Latest News page to see what our pupils are up to!


 Useful Links

If you are a parent or carer, we hope you will find the many web links below useful.

Safeguarding Children & Young People 

There are times when young people, or their parents / carers, feel that they need some additional support to cope with events, experiences and emotions. 

The Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland website has a dedicated area for Children & Young People, which includes useful links and resources for young people and their families. 

It can be accessed here:  

  • BBC ParentingAdvice for parents of primary-aged children.
  • BBC Adult LearningLots of information about getting into learning.
  • Parents' ResourcesArticles written by practising teachers designed to help with the education of your child.
  • Surestart ChildcareWhere to find childcare in your area.
  • DirectGovThe latest and widest range of public service information from the UK government.
  • Parent PagesThe national directory of services aimed at parents
  • CEOPNews and articles surrounding Internet safety.
  • Think You KnowGreat advice to keep children safe whilst using the Internet.
  • Department for EducationArticles and advice for children and young people.
  • Action for ChildrenAction for Children supports and speaks for the UK's most vulnerable and neglected children and young people.
  • Virgin media Childrens Internet safety test