Parent Forums

Our themed Parent Forums aim to help both Prep and College parents better understand what we do and why we do it. We explain our policies, and give parents the opportunity to ask questions and engage with our approaches.  All parents are invited and each session is filmed so you can catch up on any sessions you are unable to attend in person. No booking required. Refreshments provided.

Coming Up

Personalised Learning

Tue 23 April | 18:30 | All Parents | College Library

Past Parent Forums

Wednesday 21 February 2024
Presented by James Dixon, Deputy Head (Academic), Subject Lead Politics (College), Teacher of History (College)

Tuesday 16 January 2024
This Parent Forum explored the mathematical journey our pupils follow from Reception to Sixth Form.
Delivered by Piers Davidson – Prep Academic Lead and Head of Mathematics (Prep) and Alex Clemens – Head of Mathematics (College).

Tuesday 14 November 2023
Do you know what to do when you don’t know what to do? Alan Johnson, Assistant Head, Teaching and Learning, delivers a fascinating presentation which explores metacognition and the process of conscious awareness as a learner.

Tuesday 10 October 2023  

Thursday 12 October 2023
A pillar of Mount Kelly’s five-year strategy is to embed in young people a life-long appreciation of participation, performance, health and wellbeing through sporting activity. Our Sport Forums look at how Mount Kelly develops individual and team success and how we measure this; not by statistics and results, but by the quality of the play, pleasure derived from competing, friendship, sense of fulfilment, team spirit and lifetime love for sport. With Bobby Skelton, Assistant Head Co-Curricular and Director of Sport, and Colin Broughton, Head of Sport (Prep).

Tuesday 26 September 2023
Katy Kelly, Head of Physical Education and Director of Outdoor Education provides parents with an understanding of the ethos and strategies of our teaching, and the power of outdoor education on the learning journey.

Head Master’s Video Messages

Head Master, Guy Ayling, delivers a video message to all parents every Half Term. You can catch up on the films you might have missed here.