Pastoral care The tutor group forms the basis and first point of call for pastoral care in the college. Form tutors will normally stay with their group throughout its five years at St Benedict’s and are responsible for the welfare of the students in that group. Students spend twenty minutes at the start of each day in their form group. Each year group has a designated pastoral lead who has overall responsibility for the well-being of students. The pastoral leads support tutors break down any barriers to learning that students may experience through a variety of interventions. We also have a number of experienced staff who offer mentoring and coaching support as well as therapy and counselling.
All students study personal, social, health and economics education (PSHE) as part of their curriculum. This includes Relationships, Sex and Health Education.
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