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How a child settles into school, feels happy and secure and is encouraged will determine their success. With this in mind, the College has established a holistic approach to pastoral care which supports every student right through their secondary career. We seek to empower students to make a life for themselves that is fulfilling, enjoyable and responsible.

Every youngster will meet with their Tutor before they join the College, and that Tutor will stay with them right through their secondary career. This relationship is vital as it allows the Tutor to get to know the student and establishes continuity of care.

As well as their personal Tutor, every student has an Academic Tutor with whom they meet on a regular basis throughout the year to

discuss progress and review achievements. Any problem can be discussed and targets set and these are then highlighted to the relevant teaching staff. This process aims to enable the student to reflect and develop strong independent learning skills.


Enjoy learning and achieve the highest standards in College and in life.

Live a safe, healthy life by developing mental and emotional wellbeing and fostering effective and fulfilling relationships.

The College also has teams of trained Student Mentors and Student Mediators who work with students to make them feel secure and to resolve any issues they may have.

We aim to develop confident individuals and successful learners who are able to lead fulfilling lives and make a positive contribution to society. We look to extend horizons and raise aspirations by helping our students to discover their talents and interests.

Make decisions based on the values that underpin our society.

To be active and informed citizens who make a positive contribution.

To be enterprising and achieve financial security.

“ Te importance of pupils’ personal development is central to the work of the school, which has successfully created a supportive and caring atmosphere in which pupils grow and flourish. Pupils are valued for their contribution to school life and there is a feeling of harmony throughout... Students receive exceptional levels of pastoral care and support for their personal development, which is outstanding. Teir behaviour is excellent.”


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