• The school has a clear pastoral support structure that is planned to grow as the school grows.
  • Each student has an identified form tutor who monitors wellbeing and remains with the group as they progress through the school.
  • The school employs a pastoral support mentor to whom students can go with their concerns.
  • The school provides an Inclusion Room, where vulnerable students can go for additional support.
  • We have a school council to actively elicit the views of our students.
  • Skills for learning, including resilience and independence are actively taught across the curriculum.
  • We are part of the Consortium for Therapeutic Communities and, as such, have mental health surgeries/ supervision where school staff can discuss concerns regarding individual student mental health. Advice and signposting is given by the educational psychologist and the primary mental health worker who run the sessions which is usually our lead therapist.