The Olympus Academy Trust is committed to delivering an outstanding education for young people, ensuring that our students have access to the highest standards of teaching, resources and learning opportunities.

We work in close partnership with our schools, ensuring that we facilitate the sharing of best practice and provide access to a wide range of partners and resources for the benefit of our students and the wider community. Visit our website here or follow us on Twitter @olympustrust.


Parents' Evenings & Reporting

Parents' Evenings

We hold parents' evenings throughout the year. Each one is open to parents and carers of all year groups. Priority booking will be available to specific year groups as detailed below however all remaining appointments will then be open to all year groups.  Each event starts at 4:00pm and finishes at 7:00pm. There are 5 appointments available for each parent/carer and these are booked online using a secure booking system.  In addition, we hold a weekly drop-in senior leadership surgery from 2:45 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. each Friday. No prior booking is necessary for this

To log in to Parents' evening system you will need the following information:

  • Your title, forename and surname, an email address is optional
  • Students preferred forename, surname and date of birth. (If date of birth is 1st January 2000 then it needs to be input in the following format: 01/01/2000)

Thursday 21 September 2017 - Yr 7 Meet the Tutor Evening & P16 Parents Information Evening

Tuesday 17 October 2017 - Year 10 & 11

Wednesday 29 November 2017 - Year 7 - 9 priority

Wednesday 24 January 2018 - Year 11 priority

Tuesday 6 March 2018 - Year 12/13 @ BSCS

Thursday 22 March 2018 - Year 9 priority

Wednesday 13 June 2018 - Year 7, 8 & 10 priority                             

Book your appointment here

To download 'How to log in to Parents evening' click here


At Abbeywood Community School, we collect student progress information from teaching staff every term. Some of this is used internally to inform our own planning and intervention but it is also shared with parents and carers at least three times each year.

Years 7, 8 receive three short reports which summarises progress across all subjects, in the form of expected progress, effort and individual student targets for each subject where a student is not making expected progress.

Years 9 – 11 also receive three summary progress reports. As with younger year groups, the reports highlight student progress, predicted outcomes, aspirational target grades and effort in each subject. These are important as they link into the decisions students will make about their chosen Pathways (options) into Key Stage 4 or Key Stage 5.

For further information about reporting, please contact Mr. Ben Dilley, Deputy Headteacher.