Pastoral Provisions

Pastoral Provision Autumn 2018/19

  • Sport and Thought-Teenage psychotherapy through football
  • Multi Family Group– Support for parents of children displaying disruptive behaviour at school/students at risk of exclusion
  • Pastoral Support Officer– in and out of lesson support for most challenging students. Small group and individual work at KS3 & KS4
  • ACL Boxing Mentoring– learn to listen, listen to learn. Focus training KS3 & 4
  • Basketball– Physical focus for KS 3&4, with mentoring
  • Mindfulness– small groups of students who learn to relax and manage their thoughts and anxiety
  • One to one reading– support with the most vulnerable cohort with their reading
  • Inclusion Support Officer (Elaine Baker)- will support students who are on Pastoral Support Plans (PSP) with support for families
  • KS3 & KS4 Vulnerable group– lunchtime club for students who are finding it difficult to make friends (KS3) struggling to maintain friendships or having communication difficulties (KS4)
  • Education Welfare Officer– ensures students who are below 80% attendance the proper procedures are carried out. Home visits and working with families SWAY- Sudbury, Wembley & Alperton Youth Project- Working with our students   in school and after school to support positive relationships
  • Safer London– For boys who have/ are displaying harmful sexual behaviour
  • Women and Girls Network (WAGN) – Programme to empower girls. Support With domestic Violence issues. Mentoring to ensure educational and personal success.
  • Alternative Provision– for students who need to improve their disruptive behaviours. Off-site provision for period of time ranging from half a term to an academic year. Support to avoid permanent exclusions.
    • The Jubilee Academy- Long and short term placements (dual role)
    • TLG (The Lighthouse Group) – Long and short term placement
    • Newman Catholic College Respite (Damascus) – Long and short term intensive mentoring.

The Pastoral Provisions are led by Ms Lazare and the range of interventions include:

  • Anger management group
  • Right-track respite
  • Self-esteem group intervention
  • Motivational support programme
  • Sport for Thought intervention
  • Vulnerable group intervention
  • Horn Stars programme years 7,8 & 9
  • One to one mentoring