The ethos of the school supports the students’ personal and social development and its central role is reflected in the way the school is structured, its leadership, policies, procedures and curriculum. It also underpins the relationships between and amongst staff, students and parents.
Each year group is supported by two class teachers, a head of school, a Deputy Principal trained in counselling and a learning support teacher. They are genuinely caring, not just about children’s progress, but work together to ensure students are happy. Supplemented by our comprehensive Personal, Social, Physical and Economic Education (PSPEE) curriculum , pastoral care focuses on each student as an individual, helping students develop self-confidence, personal responsibility and resilience.