We have sought to create a caring environment and it is our aim to encourage a positive attitude to school, the local community and the world in general. We seek to develop sound working habits, consideration and respect for others and high standards of behaviour and self-discipline.
Pupils are allocated to a tutor group and it is the form tutors who have responsibility for the day to day welfare and progress of each pupil.The four Heads of House, who oversee the work of the form tutors, move on with their year group to maintain a continuity of relationships.
In addition to the work by the Form Tutors and Heads of House, we have a well established and thriving Peer Mentor scheme. In Year 7, all pupils have a peer mentor who they meet with regularly to discuss their academic and social integration progress.
Who to Contact
If you have an issue relating to the pastoral care of a student, please use the form below. The information will be passed onto the appropriate person who will contact you with the relevant information or course of action.