Pastoral Care

We place key importance on the pastoral care of our pupils, staff and parents. 

Our school ethos aims to enable our pupils to develop self-esteem, confidence, independence and a sense of responsibility.

The school strives to provide a happy, caring and safe environment in which the spiritual, moral and physical development of each pupil is promoted. The pupils are encouraged to behave in a responsible manner, both to themselves and others, showing respect, courtesy and consideration at all times. They are also encouraged to respect the views of others and to obey the golden rules which are drawn up to ensure the good behaviour, safety and well-being of the pupils and the smooth running of the school.

Through its pastoral care provision, Alleyn's Junior School aims to demonstrate its continuing concern for the personal and social development of the whole school community, regardless of their age, race or religion to encourage each individual to feel secure and able to fully participate in the life of the school and its wider community.

Pastoral care is at the heart of all we do.

Headmaster Simon Simon playing a game at a desk with pupils

Female pupil engaged in an activity at a desk with a teacher nearby

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