Pastoral Care

Pastoral care at Repton School underpins every aspect of school life. As a community we understand that pastoral wellbeing is the most important aspect of a pupil’s development and we recognise that for our pupils to thrive they need to feel safe, fulfilled and above all happy. Our exceptional standard of pastoral care ensures that each student, at each stage of school life, has the confidence to contribute and succeed.

The Pastoral Team in the Junior School includes Heads of Year, Form Teachers, Teaching Assistants and Medical, Support and Administration Staff as we believe every member of the school community is important in shaping and developing the whole child.

The team monitors absence and punctuality across the Junior School, encouraging parents to recognise the impact this has on their children’s education through letters, Parent Rep meetings and individual parent meetings where issues are discussed and support is given.

There is a close liaison between the Junior School, the Deputy Head Pastoral Care in Senior School and the School Doctor with regard to Health and Welfare issues. Weekly meetings ensure that matters are discussed and followed through as a whole school.

In short the Pastoral Care Team plays a full part in the life of the school community, supporting the ethos and standards expected and encouraging pupils, staff and parents to do likewise.