Year 6 Open Days
Click here to find out about our 2018 Open Days which take place in September and are for parents considering Haygrove School for their child in 2018 or 2019.
These annual evenings provide an opportunity to meet your child's teachers and discuss their progress.
Year 7 - Wednesday 21 Novermber 2018 amd Tuesday 21 May 2019
Year 8 - Wednesday 6 February 2019 and Thursday 13 June 2019
Year 9 - Wednesday 23 January 2019 (Options Evening) and Thursday 9 May 2019
Year 10 - Thursday 8 November 2018 and Tuesday 30 May 2019
Year 11 - Tuesday 23 October 2018 amd Thursday 16 January 2019
Online booking for Parents' Evenings
We have introduced an online appointment booking system for Parents' Evenings.
All new students will be issued with a appointment booking log-in approximately 2 weeks prior to the date of their Year Group Parents' Evening.
This log-in information can then be used for Parents' Evening bookings for every year your child attends Haygrove School.
How to book appointments
The system is easy to use, but if you need help please download the Parents' Guide to Booking Appointments
When you have finished booking appointments you will be sent a confirmation email. Please bring this with you to Parents' Evening. You can also view and print your appointments from the 'Appointments' tab on the appointment booking website.
Please note: You can add, amend or delete appointments via the appointment booking website up to the day before your Parents' Evening.
Click here to access the appointment booking website.
We would like to hear your views on our school. One way to let us know what you think is to attend a Parents' Forum evening where you can talk to staff, including the Head teacher.
Year 7 - 31 January 2019
Year 8 - 14 March 2019
Year 9 - 14 May 2019
Year 10/11 - 11 June 2019
"Haygrove is a good school because the teachers are kind like Miss Williams who is an English Teaching Assistant and Mr Barter who teaches History and is very funny. All the teachers are kind, that's why Haygrove is a good place to be and I would recommend it." Kyle Paisey, Year 7 student