We hope that this area of the website will provide you with all the information you require, whether you are a parent/carer of a pupil currently at Sweyne Park, or if you are considering sending your child to the school in the future.

Parents Resources


As a school we are committed to safeguarding, promoting the welfare of children and young people. Our expectation is that all staff and volunteers share in this commitment.

Key Policies & Information

Please find our full range of policies as well as important information made available for you to download.

Useful Links

The links listed offer further information on a variety of subjects including but not limited to school group photographs, school uniform information, GCSE guides and holiday activity ideas.

School Tours for Admissions in September 2025

On Monday 1st, Tuesday 2nd and Wednesday 3rd July we will be running tours of our school for pupils starting at secondary school in September 2025.

The tours will run from 10.00 am to 11.00 am. They will start promptly so please do make sure you arrive a few minutes beforehand, so that you have plenty of time to sign it at our Main Reception.  Unfortunately, there is no parking available on site and so we would ask that you park with consideration to our neighbours in the surrounding areas.

Please click on one of the links below to select your preferred date.  Space is limited and so, where possible, we would request that each child is accompanied by just one parent/carer.

Monday 1st July – FULL

Tuesday 2nd July – FULL

Wednesday 3rd July – FULL

If you have any queries, then please do contact our school office on 01268 784721 or via email at admin@sweynepark.com.

Thank you

Parents' Forum

Our policy has always been to seek very strong home-school partnerships, providing the best possible start in life for your child.

This section of our website seeks to advise parents of the purpose of the parents’ forum as well as it’s meeting dates and times.

Home Learning

Parental support for home learning is essential. Monitor home learning to make certain that it is completed, and that your child is able to do it.

If your child is having difficulty with home learning, this may be an early warning sign of a problem that you should discuss with your child’s teacher.

Parent - Teacher Association (PTA)

The ߴýSchool Parent/Teacher Association is a vital part of school life.  It helps raise money for the school (recent purchases have included a new minibus and state-of-the-art ICT facilities in our new Media/Drama block), as well as helping out at various school events, such as Parents’ Evenings.


Our Exams page is intended to provide information about the examinations taken by pupils at the ߴýSchool for pupils, parents and carers. There is also important information about exam regulations, the equipment required and the exam timetables.

Communications & Letters

You can find all school letters and communications that have been sent home with pupils.


The school regularly measures and assesses the impact of careers.

Students choose their pathway on the basis of our personalised careers information and guidance. Essentially, the choice is steered by longer term aspirations, based on whether there is a strong preference towards going to university or beginning a career straight after leaving school.

Free Meals

For those students entitled to Free School Meals, their account will be loaded daily with the amount of a meal deal – currently this is £2.50.

Accounts can be loaded with additional monies but the system will always use the free school meal fund first.

Upcoming Trips & Events

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