Welfare & learning

We firmly believe that if children are to reach their full potential, the school must attend to all their needs:

  • academic,
  • physical,
  • social and
  • emotional

In order to attend to these needs, the school employs a psychologist whose role includes:

  1. Working on a one to one basis with pupils who may have learning, behavioural, social or emotional problems and who have been referred to her by teaching staff.
  2. Working with pupils who contact her directly in order to discuss specific problems they are experiencing.
  3. Communicating and collaborating closely with parents in order to tackle any problems their children might be experiencing.
  4. Communicating and collaborating closely with staff to ensure that problems are dealt with appropriately, efficiently, and as effectively as possible.