Parents

Academy Closure Message

Home learning

Your child should be using their time to continue learning. We expect them to complete set tasks and research topics for each of their subjects. If your child treats each week day as an academy day they will continue to develop whilst at home. You will find Home Leaning Resources here.

Welcome to this special section of the website written for parents and carers.

We are delighted that you have chosen the Academy for your child and we will do all we can to give your child the skills and qualifications they need to set them on their path to success.

If you have a query about your child’s education or wellbeing, please contact your child’s tutor, who is a teacher, or the Assistant Head of Year, who does not have a teaching commitment and may be more available by phone during the school day. For contact details of Assistant Heads of Year please click on the ‘Contact Us’ link. We are always happy to talk about any concerns you may have that may affect your child’s learning

All our teaching staff can be contacted directly by email using the format firstname.surname@miltonkeynesacademy.org.uk  For example, to email Mr Alan Smith use alan.smith@miltonkeynesacademy.org.uk.

For new parents and prospective parents, please see our Admissions Policies located here.

Ofsted have an initiative, Parent View, aimed at parents to give feedback on their child’s school. Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. By sharing your views, you’ll be helping the Academy to improve.

The Academy has been recognised for its outstanding work to engage parents in their children’s learning. We have a Parental Ambassador in place, Saira Sajid, email Saira.Sajid@miltonkeynesacademy.org.uk who provides a friendly face and will be able to help you with any queries and sign post you not only to the right people in school but a whole range of support agencies in the community.  Saira holds regular coffee mornings during term time to provide parents with useful information on the British education system as well as information relevant to parents of teenagers.