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Pupil Wellbeing


The children’s happiness and wellbeing is of paramount importance. The School actively promotes a happy and vibrant environment in which children feel safe, valued and supported. We aim to develop the children’s confidence and self-worth by offering them a huge range of opportunities in which they can achieve mastery and success. We truly believe a happy, secure and confident child will make excellent progress in all areas of their school life.

The responsibility for the day to day care and wellbeing of the children lies with every member of staff at the school. If any child has a problem, he/she should feel able to approach a member of either the teaching or the non-teaching staff. Parental engagement with the school is also key to the child’s wellbeing and we actively encourage and welcome open dialogue at all times.

Phil Watkins

Assistant Head (Pastoral)