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Tutor system

Each form has a dedicated tutor. Their role is to work closely with parents to support student progress throughout the academic year.

Tutors at the College fulfil an extremely important role for all students. Registration is held for all students at 1.50pm (8.40am additionally for Year 10 and Year 11), providing a daily opportunity to monitor progress or catch up on any areas where guidance or support is required.

The Form Tutor is the first point of contact for parents, and fortnightly updates ensure that they are well informed on their child's academic performance. Tutors also oversee student attendance and punctuality, review merit and demerit points and initiate intervention where issues need to be addressed in a case of insufficient academic progress.

They guide students through the Induction Process and are on hand to act as a mentor when the students need someone to speak to. Where students are applying to university, tutors act as their UCAS referee, guiding their tutees through applications step by step.

Assemblies form an important part of our Pastoral programme. They provide opportunities for the whole College to hear inspirational talks. Read about some of our visiting speakers in the articles below.

Tutor/Assembly

  • 18

    Oct

    Holocaust Survivor gives emotive presentation

    John Dobai explained the importance of preserving the memory of those who perished in the Holocaust.

  • 21

    Nov

    Series of spiritual assemblies begins with Father Jack Noble’s presentation on the Church of England

    The students at Ealing Independent College were delighted to receive an insightful and thought provoking assembly today from Father Jack Noble, prie...

  • 16

    Nov

    Rupa Huq, MP for Ealing Central and Acton visits the College for Parliament week

    As part of UK Parliament Week 2018, Ealing Independent College was delighted to host Dr Rupa Huq, MP for Ealing Central and Acton speaking to A-Leve...

  • 14

    Nov

    Students given timely assembly on ‘The Stigma of Suicide’

    Celebrated British Punjabi author Kalwinder Singh Dhindsa, pictured above with Senior Teacher Dr Elizabeth Coombes, gave a personal talk to our stud...

Personal development as well as academic excellence. 

The College aims to enhance the development of each student in a moral, social and cultural sense, as well as through academic teaching.

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