We have specialist staff and programmes developed to offer your child a very personalised and caring experience. During normal class hours, we have a team of dedicated nurses onsite to care for our students. Student safety is a key part of our ethos and charter, and is managed in partnership with parents and outside organisations to ensure our students health and safety.
At our school we provide our students with close support and many ways and means of getting through day to day drama and the natural difficulties of life.
A student’s class teacher or form tutor will keep a track of academic progress and will also keep an overview of the social and behavioral aspects of individuals under their guidance. Our aim is to develop happy and confident global citizens and our Tutors have a huge role to play in developing the attitudes and values that will lead to success in an increasingly competitive world.
House Leaders also play a role in welfare at the school by advising and guiding tutors and teachers as they deal with any student issues. Having designated House Leaders, who play a pastoral role for a third of the school each, adds an extra element of care to the school and allows students to be even clearer on who they can turn to when they need advice or help.
Welfare is important all the way through our school though, including at the top. Our Principal always has an open door for students, or parents, who’d like to talk, as well as our Assistant Principal for Enrichment and Achievement, a big part of whose job it is to oversee welfare in school, making sure that happiness, enjoyment and achievement go hand in hand.
As a school with both Primary and Senior students we’re used to dealing with issues and concerns from all ages, and we’ll always have someone to call on who can help with the difficulties of life, whether a student happens to be 18 months old, or 18 years old.