King Arthur’s School prides itself on the quality of its pastoral care, which helps all students to remain engaged and motivated to learn. At King Arthur’s we believe that every child matters and should feel valued as part of our community. Young people need to feel safe and secure in order to thrive academically and socially, and our pastoral team works hard to ensure that this is the case and to help students and their families deal with problems if and when they arise.
Adele Creed: Assistant Headteacher, Pastoral, Designated Safeguarding Lead
Gary Chapman: Assistant Headteacher , SENDCo, Inclusion and Intervention, Deputy DSL
Matt Elloway: Pastoral Lead, Head of Physical Education
The Pastoral lead role is to focus on progress and learning. They will also deal with attendance, behavioural and welfare issues. The Pastoral lead is supported by a team of Tutors who have regular daily contact with pupils during morning registration and afternoon tutor time. Along with specialist staff they deliver Personal, Social and Careers Education. The Tutor is the first point of contact for Parents/Carers who have a concern about their child.
Hayley Andrews: Transition, Ambition & Community Lead. Associate SLT
PSHE helps a student to understand the world around them through the strands of: Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Living in the Wider World.
Sarah Legg: Pastoral Support Coordinator, Careers & Attendance Officer
Aaron Rigby: Independent Careers Adviser
Claire Hamblin: Student Data & Reporting Administrator, Admissions Officer
Jonny Hayes: Head of House System
The House system of: Percivale, Galahad, Gawain and Lancelot helps to build on individual strengths and create bonds between year groups.
King Arthur’s school also benefits from a strong partnership with outside agencies such as School Medical Health service, Children and Adolescent Mental Health service (CAMHS), independent counsellors, academic mentors, the Educational Psychologist service, the Education Welfare Service and Parental Family Supports Advisers (PFSA’s).Safeguarding, Child Protection and E-Safety Information
Heads Together is a charity designed to promote support and communication about mental health issues. Lady Gaga + Prince William | Heads Together | #oktosay
The NHS have a website offering mental health support called 2gether this website offers a range of other services for young people and parents at this location
CEOP website The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is dedicated to eradicating the sexual abuse of children. That means we are part of UK policing and very much about tracking and bringing offenders to account either directly or in partnership with local and international forces.” You can also report concerns and abuse and will find a button to CEOP on most social networking sites as well as in instant messaging and other interactive software.
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