PARENTS

Forthcoming Trips

RPA students on a Duke of Edinburgh trip
As requested by some parents we have made available a list of the Forthcoming Trips that have been approved.

On each trip there will be information about the date, cost and who you should contact if your child is interested. Some of the trips may already be fully booked but one of the aims of the page is to show the range of opportunities available to students at Richmond Park Academy.

Academies Opportunities Fund

Many parents ask us how they can best help their child and the academy in our aim to ‘make our best better’

We are sure that you will already be supporting your child academically by providing the space and the time to ensure that s/he consistently produces work to the highest possible standard. You will have noticed the ‘DUTCHMS’ mnemonic in the front of your child’s exercise books which reminds us all that only their best is good enough.

Please pay on ParentPay

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Don't forget, the preferred payment method for any payments is ParentPay.

A message from PC Mick Mitridate

PC Mick Mitridate
Our community police officer, PC Mick Mitridate, is writing to his schools with the following message which we are happy to publish on our website:

"Should parents wish to speak to police regarding advice, they should come through to me directly. They can contact me on 020 8247 7074 or at my email address mirko.mitridate@met.pnn.police.uk. Only serious 'indictable' crimes should be phoned through to 101 or 999.

Mick will be in school on Fridays from 10.40am to the end of break to offer advice and support to students and staff. Students should go at break unless agreed by their form tutor with a signed note from them. The sessions will be in the Intervention Room.

Many thanks.

PC Mick Mitridate."
At Richmond Park Academy we recognise that positive wellbeing and good mental health is vital for our students’ happiness and achievement. Click here or on the word cloud below to see our new Mental Health and Wellbeing page.
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These sites offer articles and guidance on all aspects of child Internet safety. CEOP has a whole range of case studies to help parents manage many of the issues that their teenagers can face.
Link to the Think U Know website
Link to CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre)

Click the Triple P logo below for information about a parenting course for all parents and carers of children aged between 13 and 19 years.
Triple P logo with link to document advertising a parenting course

Exams

All the forthcoming examination timetables are available on the Examinations page.