Behaviour and Welfare
Key Stage 3
As Key Stage Leader for Behaviour and Welfare in Key Stage 3 my role requires me to work closely with the Form Tutor team to ensure that our students make a smooth transition from Primary to Secondary School in Year 7. The health and well-being of all of our students is paramount and Form Tutors regularly monitor the well-being of our Year 7 students during morning registration and intervene where required. Serious concerns are brought to my attention and, if necessary, I will contact parents to discuss. We work collaboratively to ensure that our expectations of a high standard of behaviour are consistently maintained across all areas of the school.
In Year 8 we focus on reaffirming the expectations and good student habits that have been established. We also prepare our students to make well informed decisions on their GCSE options and ensure that they have the study skills required to make the best possible start to life in Key Stage 4. The on-going support of student welfare continues through the tutors and Key Stage Leaders as we seek to promote self-awareness and foster transferrable skills beyond school life.
If you have any queries or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me by email
Mrs J Baker
Key Stage 4
As Key Stage Leader for Behaviour and Welfare my role requires me to work closely with the Form Tutor team to oversee punctuality, attendance, behaviour, and well-being, ensuring that our students achieve maximum success with their GCSEs.
Each student has a form tutor who is responsible for the various day-to-day activities that ensure students feel safe, happy, and comfortable in school. In addition, they are the first point of contact between home and school.
The health and well-being of all of our students is paramount and Form Tutors regularly monitor the well-being of students and intervene when required. Concerns are brought to my attention and, if necessary, I will contact parents/guardians to discuss. Students can also be referred to our learning support team who provide students who need it with additional support.
As the Key Stage progresses we will ensure our students are well informed about their future options and ensure that they have the study skills required to achieve the best possible outcomes.
If you have any queries or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me by email.
Mrs S Bygroves
Key Stage 5
A key element of the Sixth Form at The Blue Coat School is the preparation of students for their future plans, whether that be at university or in the world of employment. In order to ensure that students are equipped to become successful adults, Blue Coat maintains a high standard of behaviour and welfare.
Daily form periods allow Form tutors to develop a clear understanding of the students in their care and they frequently engage in conversations to ensure that students are happy and motivated. An exemplary standard of behaviour and conduct is expected of students, and any concerns regarding this or their welfare are referred to Mrs Rawlins, Key Stage Leader responsible for behaviour and welfare on the email address below.
Mrs J Rawlins