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office@lifewirral.com

Tel: 0151 705 7431

126 Victoria Road, New Brighton, Wallasey, CH45 9LD

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LIFE Wirral

office@lifewirral.com    Tel: 0151 705 7431    126 Victoria Road, New Brighton, Wallasey, CH45 9LD

© 2022 LIFE Wirral - Company number: 11800180 - Website Design by Alt-Click Studio

  • Classroom/Workspace Management Support:​

  • The class teacher/coach has prime responsibility for pastoral care.

  • Teachers/coaches will take responsibility for maintaining good behaviour within their classroom/workspace and throughout the school if needed.

  • Staff Development and Support:

  • We support our staff in managing and modifying children’s behaviour through training.

  • Role of pupils:

  • Pupils are expected to take responsibility for their own behaviour and will be made fully aware of the school policy, procedures and expectations. We ensure that all pupils are aware of the reward systems and sanctions that are in use.

Pastoral

Guidance

Our pastoral system is fashioned to offer all our students friendly support and guidance throughout their time at the school. Pastoral care in education means a whole-school strategic and operational approach to improve learners’ attendance, and to foster an atmosphere that is conducive for learning and promotes tolerance, resilience, fairness and equal opportunities for all.

  • all individuals are respected and their individuality valued;

  • Pupils are encouraged to achieve;

  • self-discipline is promoted and good behaviour is the norm;

  • rewards and sanctions are applied fairly and consistently;

  • bullying, disruption and harassment are not tolerated;

  • early intervention is the norm;

  • there is an emphasis on self-discipline​​​​​​​​​​

  • Role of all members of staff: All members of staff are expected to encourage good behaviour and respect for others and to apply all rewards and sanctions fairly and consistently.​​​​​​​​​​

  • Staff are also responsible for ensuring that the policy and procedures are followed, and consistently and fairly applied.  All staff strive to:​​​​​​​​​​​

  • Develop an effective rapport with each individual student.

  • Establish a feeling of security for students by being consistent, firm and fair with them.

  • Avoid direct confrontation but deal with situations in a calm and reasoned manner.

  • Know the whereabouts of every student in their charge at all times.

  • Seek advice from the Head teacher as and when a need arises.