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Pastoral Care

There is nothing more important than the happiness and wellbeing of the children in our care.  This is the highest priority and all our staff are responsible for ensuring that our pupils can learn in a happy and tolerant environment.  Our Headmaster, Deputy-Head and Inclusion Manager provide the oversight on all pastoral matters.

Pupils are encouraged to seek support and guidance whenever needed. Our Inclusion Manager has a message on her door welcoming in any pupil who wishes to discuss anything with her. Children’s concerns are always taken seriously and we have a zero tolerance approach to any bullying or unkind behaviour.  With regular focuses in assembly and class, we nurture a community of openness and thoughtfulness for others.

 

Child Protection

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff, volunteers and other third parties to share this commitment.

The safety of our pupils is our number one priority. Any concerns or signs of abuse or neglect must be immediately reported to one of our Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL).

Contact names
Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)

 

Mrs Beth Friel
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (Deputy DSL) Mrs Sue Scott
Any other staff trained to DSL level Dr Tony Thamia

Mrs Shamim Mendonca

Ms Claire Jordan

 

Safeguarding children is everyone’s responsibility. If we are to be effective then each professional or adult in contact with our school will play their part in full.

If you are concerned about the well-being of any child at the school, please approach one of these members of staff to discuss your concerns.  All adults have a responsibility to ensure all children with whom they have contact are safe and well cared for.


Current Parent

Parent Survey Dec 2015

Caring and supportive if needed, fast to deal with issues or concerns

Current Parent

Parent Survey Dec 2015

Wonderful friendly and helpful staff and team spirit. Addresses the holistic needs of the child. Personal one to one attention for each child. Evidence of individual programmes of study.