" The moral development of the pupils is strong. Pupils have highly developed awareness of right and wrong and demonstrate excellent courtesy and manners, working and playing harmoniously. Behaviour is outstanding and the older pupils are excellent role models."
(ISI Report, 2014)
The quality of our pastoral care reflects its importance to every member of our school.
Our values and expectations are clear and while we know that mistakes will be made, we should also be confident that they will be managed positively.
Many of our children will go on to be leaders in many different ways so we aim to develop a strong sense of duty and responsibility. Our rewards systems reflect this, from acknowledging and thanking the child who holds the door open for others, to the presentation of “Golden Leaves” which are awarded on four occasions during the school year to the child in each class who has done his or her best to lead by example, following our Golden Rules.