The Pastoral System

At Huxlow, each individual student matters. We have established a strong, caring and supportive framework to ensure all achieve their very best.

Form Teachers play the key role in the Huxlow pastoral system. They have daily contact with the children at registration in the morning. During the course of a year they are able to get to know each member of the form as an individual – to know their needs, interests, difficulties, hopes and aspirations.

Each year group has a Pastoral Leader, who oversees pastoral care. Please click on the year groups below to find out more.

Pastoral Leaders
Year 7 (Acting) Mr M Coutts
Year 8 Miss L Broughton
Year 9 Miss G Roberts
Year 10 Mr E Otchere
Year 11 Mrs K Letts
Sixth Form Mrs J Holmes

Together, the Pastoral Leaders, Form Teachers and Assistant Headteachers are responsible for the welfare and progression of students. They deal with any serious disciplinary problems and follow up issues relating to absence, sickness, lateness, uniform and homework.

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