For the Whole of Their Life.
Pastoral Care and Well Being Support
There are multiple layers to support the wellbeing of Senior School students:
Morning Prayer Teacher
Every student in Senior School is part of a Morning Prayer class who will meet together to pray, share and support one another, and help to build a sense of belonging and community. Morning Prayer teachers are the first layer of well-being support for each individual student.
Student Well-being Advisors
Student Well-being Advisors are an additional layer of support for students. As members of the Senior School Student Well-being Advisory Team, these teachers are responsible for outworking effective practices in pastoral care, management of student behaviour and welfare within a particular year group. There are eight Well-being Advisors in the Senior School team, who work with students, parents and staff for the wellbeing of students.
Senior School Director of Student Well-being
The Senior School Director of Student Well-being leads the Senior School Student Well-being Advisory Team, and is the third layer of support for student well-being.
Youth Chaplains offer further support to students, and these members of staff can often be found ‘hanging out’ with students in the playground during recess and lunchtime in order to build connections.