Upon admission to the school, each student is assigned a form in their year group and to one of our six houses. While our house system fosters a great sense of belonging and identity amongst our school community, we have year teams who are responsible for the day today welfare of students.
Each year group is supported by a Head of Key Stage who oversee the academic and pastoral needs of students and our student support team is available for any specific individual needs.
Each year group has a dedicated Head of Year, Assistant Head of Year and a non teaching Year Officer.
They lead their team of form tutors and work closely with parents and carers to make sure an effective support structure is in place for every student.
Year teams support students with transition, careers, options, PHSE and regularly review key areas of learning and provide intervention and support when specific issues or concerns arise; while the house system operates for student voice and student councils, house events, charity work and sporting activities and reward evenings and celebrations.