Pastoral Care

Leek High School provides a caring and supportive environment which enables every student to achieve at the highest possible level; it also promotes a sense of community and good order in school. If you have academic or social concerns about your son or daughter you first point of contact should be their Form Tutor or Head of Year.

 

If you have concerns that relate to pastoral support please contact one of the following members of staff:

 

Additional support from a range of outside agencies is provided for students through our Student Support Hub (Room 21).

 

 

If you have concerns that relate to special educational needs please contact one of the following members of staff:

 

If you have concerns that relate to a child protection issue please contact one of the following members of staff:

 

If you have concerns about the conduct of a member of staff please contact the Headteacher.

 

If you have concerns about the Headteacher please contact the chair of governors Mr John Fisher [Email: JFisher@leekfederation.org.uk]

 


Bullying

Our anti-bullying policy promotes mutual respect between students, establishes the right of each student to feel safe and makes it clear that any behaviour the deliberately causes upset will not be tolerated. Students are helped to feel confident in talking openly about bullying incidents.  The school’s work in combating bullying has been recognised by Staffordshire County Council.

The school has a named Child Protection person in line with Staffordshire policy and any concerns about the safety of children outside school will be referred through the appropriate guidelines.

Full details of the school’s anti-bullying and behaviour policies are available on this website.

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