Upton Hall School is a community that supports and encourages each other and the pastoral care of our students is very important to us. This has been one of the main reasons our students excel within school, whatever their ability.
The pastoral care of our students at Upton is immensely important. The provision that we provide in this area ensures that all pupils are able to get the most out of their learning and personal development.
From the outset, we want our pupils to feel part of the community and we hope to promote this ethos at the very start of a pupil’s journey here at Upton Hall through the induction process.
Pupils are placed in one of five Form Houses and each has a Form Teacher who is responsible for the day to day well-being of around 30 pupils.
Heads of Year are responsible for monitoring the general welfare and progress of the students and implementing any appropriate intervention as well as being the liaison between the student, parents/carers and staff.
Our Head of Pupil Progress has responsibility for leading the Heads of Year as they fulfil their duties which are crucial to the well-being of each pupil and therefore crucial to the well-being of the school.
In the Sixth Form, students are placed in appropriate tutor groups headed by Sixth Form Tutors who are similarly responsible for the overall well-being of their students.
For each year group you can access information regarding the pastoral structure, how to contact members of the team, what to expect during the academic year, milestones and significant dates. This information is available on the relevant year group tab on the left.