As a school we provide pastoral support and guidance to all our children, promoting their well-being by liaising with parents/carers, external agencies and all related stakeholders.
Children are encouraged to approach any staff member, at any time if they feel they need support. Staff work with individuals or groups of children to give them the very best possible care, especially during vulnerable and difficult times, by providing empathy, support and strategies to remove barriers to learning.
Our named Pastoral Manager is Mrs Lorna Tracey who underpins this support network by offering children the opportunity for impartial input.
We have an open-door policy and if there are any pastoral concerns about any of our children, please contact the school on 0161 761 1074 and ask to speak to a Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL). You can also use the confidential Handle with Care email: email@example.com
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