Pastoral Care

Pastoral Care

At Davison Church of England High School, we seek to deliver a fully inclusive offer; built on positive, respectful relationships, in a safe and caring environment.

Our family ethos ensures every pupil receives the individual support and care needed to build confidence and maximise her potential.  We strive to overcome barriers and celebrate successes enabling every child to develop into a happy young adult with high aspirations and a clear vision for her future.

Our Colour Families
Our pastoral structure is arranged into Colour Family teams.  Each family consists of one class of students from each year group and is led by an experienced member of pastoral staff, our Lead Tutors.  Each individual class, within each family, has their own Form Tutor.  We aim for your daughter to continue with the same Form Tutor and within the same Colour Family throughout her time at Davison.

Together the Form and Lead Tutor provide the foundation of care within school; knowing your daughter and being the consistent and approachable member of staff she can turn to for support, advice and mentoring.  We have high expectations of behaviour, uniform, attendance and punctuality and our pastoral team are responsible for ensuring the school standards are maintained, through positive role modelling and the use of clear and consistent boundaries when necessary.

Our colour families enjoy daily worship and fortnightly assemblies together and take part in a wide range of colour family activities and charity fundraising events.  Successes are regularly celebrated.

Our Student Support team work alongside the Lead and Form Tutors and consist of 2 Pastoral Managers and 2 Student Services Officers.

This enthusiastic and caring team provide the first point of contact and bridge the gap between school and home.

Our Colour Family teams are also supported by:
Ms C. Heron (Assistant Headteacher KS3)
Ms S Binney (Assistant Headteacher KS4)

Pastoral Family Tree 2017/18