The integrated ethos of the college permeates all aspects of the curriculum, and in particular, is reflected in the pastoral care framework.
The relationship between a form class and the form teacher is central to the pastoral dimension of the college. The learning for life and work programme is planned to focus on issues such as: global awareness; employability; citizenship; health education; relationships and sexuality; money management.
The programme is integrated with the college personal development programme, integrated and religious studies and careers education.
The most important aspect of our pastoral system is the pastoral period each week, time set aside for students and teachers to reflect on experience, and to discuss achievements, challenges and problems. Every member of staff in the college is involved in fostering the pastoral dimension of college life.