Parent Info

If you have a safeguarding concern you wish to raise you can do so via our confidential
email: safeguarding@ashleycollege.brent.sch.uk

Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school

 

They have listened to my daughter, and given her every chance to be herself, welcoming her into the Ashley College family – this has allowed her to thrive both personally and academically and reach her full potential.

Parent - 2024

I believe Ashley College is a fantastic setting with wonderful staff & teachers. I am very grateful my son had the chance to attend here.

Parent - 2024

Ashley College has been amazing for my daughter. Literally life changing. I just wish there were more places like it to help young people. thank you for all of your support over the last two years.

Parent - 2023

They have listened to my daughter, and given her every chance to be herself, welcoming her into the Ashley College family – this has allowed her to thrive both personally and academically and reach her full potential.

Parent 2024

I am proud that I have changed a great deal and have got stronger mentally. Now I feel ready for the next step and am looking forward to college.

Student - 2023

I owe Ashley College my chance at a future.

Student - 2023

 

I am grateful for all the support I have had at Ashley College and thankful to all the staff who ensured I carried on coming to school.

Student - 2023

Not only do I take immense pride in my growth, but I know that none of it would have been possible without the staff there.

Student - 2023

Health

Please follow link healthmatters.clch.nhs.uk to find out information about the health visiting and school nursing services delivered by Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust in your area

Public Health Information - March 2024

Measles: Ensuring good uptake of MMR vaccine is the best way of stopping measles
spreading in your school and community
In the last few weeks there has been an increase in the number of cases of measles in Northwest
London, including some among Brent children. Measles is extremely infectious and can cause serious
illnesses, including pneumonia and meningitis...… more

Neurodiversity

Find help and advice to support the needs of your child at all stages of their neurodiverse journey.

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Ashley College has felt like home, a proper place of care and safety…Your commitment to my son has helped to restore the faith I had lost in the education system.
Parent (July 2017)

Good Morning,

We know lots of families can find it hard to encourage children to choose healthier snacks.

But we’re here to help! Our team of nutritionists deliver Beezee Families, a FREE heathy lifestyle programme to support families across Brent.

This is Parent Mail. It’s a FREE resource (attached to this email) that we’ll share with you twice a term to tackle the biggest challenges face in making healthy choices. Please share it with parents! Please share the attachment with parents via email / regular newsletters and on social media.

We also have FREE in-person healthy lifestyle programmes beginning April 29th to help families to build healthy habits around food and physical activity. Sign-ups are open NOW so families can secure their spot. Alternatively, they can start their journey now with our online programmes too. Visit our website for more details.

If you have any questions, we’d love to hear from you.

Maximus UK

Health Division

Support and Guidance

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