St Edward's Church of England Academy

GCSE Parent Portal

Welcome to the St Edward’s GCSE Parent Portal, where we are committed to providing exceptional support to our Year 10 and Year 11 students during their Key Stage 4 studies. Our comprehensive support programme is designed to ensure the academic success of our students.

We recognise the significance of Year 11 for both students and their families. At St. Edward’s, we are dedicated to making this year a source of pride for each and every student. We eagerly anticipate collaborating with our students and their families to turn this vision into a reality.

Advice for parents on supporting with revision and study

The amount of information available for parents and carers can be overwhelming. We have identified three key websites which we think offer excellent advice:

CLICK—> Inner Drive: 10 ways that parents can help their child revise

CLICK—> How to help your child with their revision – five proven strategies

CLICK—> For Parents: 16 Tips To Support Your Child With Revision

Parent Portal Access

The Parent Portal offers bespoke revision materials for St Edward’s Academy, linked specifically to the examination boards your child studies. The portal includes past exam papers and mark schemes, knowledge organisers and useful revision resources and websites. The password for the portal can be found on the letter sent home or via the announcement on Satchel One.

CLICK—> St Edward’s Academy Parent Revision Portal

Mock examination arrangements

In January of Year 11, students will complete one set of formal mock examinations and for some subjects a second mock. Ahead of each exam, full details including a timetable, revision lists and expectations will be published.

Information about formal examinations can be found here on our website.

Who can you contact for support?

The wellbeing and safeguarding of children at the St Edward’s is our top priority. There are numerous avenues for support available.

All staff at the Academy can be contacted by an email to marked for the attention of that member of staff.

Should a parent or child require advice or guidance, for example help with revision strategies or exam preparation, they should please feel free to reach out in the first instance to their child’s Tutor or Head of Learning.

If you are worried about your child’s mental health and wellbeing, please contact a member of our Safeguarding team. Please email

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