Wellbeing and Pastoral care
Southern International School is committed to a holistic education and we are not only focused on academics, but on educating the whole child. Teachers therefore plan a curriculum that enriches the physical, emotional and spiritual development of students. Pastoral care is a shared responsibility within a structured framework. Class teachers play an important role in overseeing the welfare of their students on a day-to-day basis. Every child has a tutor group, who sees him/her every day and provides academic and emotional support. Parents should contact the form tutor if there any concerns about their child’s welfare.
We believe that student wellbeing is critical for our students to thrive both in and out of school. We guide our students to be balanced individuals who are fully prepared for the challenges and opportunities of a rapidly changing world. Our staff team works in partnership with students and parents, and we encourage our students to care for each other in an environment that promotes consideration, cooperation, and kindness.
Our aim is to develop students’ wellbeing through supporting the whole child, not only academically, but cognitively, socially, emotionally and physically.
Our approach to wellbeing comprises of the following:
The Tutor Group
Personal, Social, Health Education
Student Representative Council
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