Pastoral Care

Updated February 2023

Your child’s health and wellbeing is of paramount importance to us during these unprecedented times. While online learning continues, our staff are available to parents and students to provide additional support.

We recognise how uncertainty and unpredictability can leave your child feeling overwhelmed, anxious and concerned, however these emotions are completely normal and natural. They can also trigger various behaviours and each child can be affected and impacted in different ways.

It is important students try to maintain a regular routine, exercising a level of patience, kindness, compassion, integrity, love & humour, as we shift through this unexpected journey. Equally, the importance and benefits of self-care should not be underestimated or dismissed. Students maintaining a good sleep routine, nutritious diet, drinking water, regular exercise, connecting with people, engaging in relaxing activities, making informed choices and continuing a positive mindset will be fundamental in maintaining good health, increasing productivity and protecting their mental wellbeing. Like most unfortunate events, this too will pass.

Some people may seek additional information or require assistance, so we have collated a list reputable links and resources below:

The Student Support Team wish you all the very best and look forward to seeing you all again very soon. For support, please find the names and email addresses of the student support team below.

Warm Regards,

Student Support Department

  • Fatema Faoual Assistant Head of Secondary Pastoral Care Email Fatema Fatema Faoual