Back To School

For more details on how we are beginning our safe, orderly and effective transition back to school from 1 June, please read our Back to School Guide.

Pastoral Care

Just like our teaching and learning, our commitment to pastoral care is as strong as ever at this difficult time

Pastoral Care

Just like our teaching and learning, our commitment to pastoral care is as strong as ever at this difficult time

Reward system

House Points will continue to be awarded for excellent effort and/or academic work.

 

House system

House Points will be totalled at the end of the year as is the tradition in competition for the House Shield.

 

Behaviour

Children are expected to adhere to online protocols. If they are not behaving well they will be given warnings as in school. Children may be muted if they are talking over others and if they do not listen to teacher warnings they can be sent out of the Live Chat.

 

Charity work

We are planning to hold a sponsored Readathon over the Summer half-term holiday. More details on this and the charity to be supported will be coming out to you later in the half term.

 

Life Coach

HelpingKids wants to contribute to both parents and children during this time. They have created free resources – articles and podcasts linked to their website. They have started a weekly online seminar with Q&A, the next of which is ‘Mental Health for All the Family’ on Thursday, 30th April at 8.15 pm.

Please see their Facebook site to find out more. They have created free resources – articles and podcasts linked to their website.

 

Clifton Lodge Life

Coach Amy Moser is also working with coaching clients on Zoom, so please get in touch if you are interested in talking about coaching (either a parent or child) at amy@helpingkids.co.uk or 07982697143. Amy has some wonderful techniques for helping children deal with worries, make plans and timetables and organise themselves.

 

Pastoral concerns or queries

It is important that pupils and parents know that we are here to support them during our Online Teaching and Learning Programme. There is also a Wellbeing section for parents and pupils on the VLE with information, strategies and activities to promote good mental health. If you have any pastoral or wellbeing concerns, please use the links below:

For children: Childline
For parents: Young Minds
NSPCC

You can also email camille.hickmott@cognita.com with any pastoral or safeguarding concerns.

 

020 8579 3662