Your child’s health and well-being are our number one priority. We know that students who feel safe, included and supported – and who are happy and engaged – thrive, both academically and socially.
Our highly qualified pastoral care team, which includes a psychologist, behavioural specialists and safeguarding team, are on hand to provide the personalised care and guidance our students need. In a recent survey, 94% of our parents said their child felt safe at our school.
In a supportive environment, students learn about important topics in an age-appropriate way. These include sexual health and relationships, and how to prepare for university life. We believe a well-rounded education should include a thorough personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education programme, which teaches the skills vital for students to flourish as individuals and members of society.