Open Evening - Wednesday 16 June - By Appointment only
The transition from primary school to secondary school can feel like a big step for children. At The Spires College, staff work hard to ensure that transition is as smooth and straightforward as possible. The college Principal, Alex Newton, understands the importance of open events and encourages parents and their sons and daughters to attend as many as possible. Open events are usually so important because you it’s difficult to get a feel for a school without visiting it and meeting the people who work and study there.
This year, due to Covid-19, we are unable to have an unlimited number of families visiting the college. However, families are able to book an appointment time for groups of up to two adults and two children or one adult and three children. Please only bring children other than those transferring from primary school if it is not possible to arrange childcare for them. We do not like to exclude anyone from our open events but by limiting bookings we are able to adhere to the Government’s social distancing guidelines surrounding the pandemic. If the guidance changes beforehand, we will amend our plans accordingly.
To make an appointment at our Open Evening on Wednesday 16 June, please email email@example.com with the following information:
- Preferred arrival time (tours take place every 10 minutes starting at 5 pm and finishing at 7.20 pm)
- Name of Parent/Carer
- Name of Student/Pupil
- Primary School
- Email address (parent/carer)
- Phone number (parent/carer)
- Number of people in family group for booking (maximum of 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children)
- Where did you hear about the Open Evening
If you are unable to attend one of our Open Evenings (we hope to hold a second one in September), we have a series of short films telling you about the different departments we have. It’s not as exciting as being able to walk around and soak up the atmosphere of the college, but we hope it gives you an initial introduction to our community. Leaving primary school, where children probably know every pupil and every teacher, can feel a bit scary for some, so watching some of the films with parents and carers is a great way of starting to feel excited about moving on to secondary school.
You can view our Virtual Tour via the following link: Click here to view our Virtual Tour films
We hope to welcome you all into to the college very soon!
Unfortunately, we are unable to offer bespoke tours for individual families who have children transferring from local primary schools. We simply do not have the capacity to offer this service. Families who are relocating to the area who are not able to attend the open evenings can email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about visiting the college. Parents and carers of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities may contact our SENDCo, Caroline Kolek, for more information (email@example.com).
If you have any questions about admission to the college please email firstname.lastname@example.org