Student Wellbeing

As well as ensuring our students succeed in exams, we aim to develop our values of respect, responsibility and resilience. We want students to try things they cannot do, to persist in the face of difficulty and to become resilient in overcoming obstacles. With this in mind, we provide a breadth of opportunities and experiences which seek to help our students become confident, well-rounded and ambitious young adults.

Each student is a member of a tutor group, where they begin their school day every day. During tutor time they will participate in activities such as the reading programme and assemblies, which are part of our Wider Curriculum offer. The tutor is the main point of contact for students and parents if they are experiencing any problems in school.

If extra support is required tutors can refer to our experienced pastoral team led by a Head of Year/Key Stage, Head of Pastoral Care and Student Services Officer. We are incredibly proud to deliver an Education with Character; an education which challenges, inspires and excites our students and prepares them for the ups and downs of life.