Pastoral Care

We have a whole-school approach to pastoral care and have a suite of supports in place to ensure the holistic development of each individual student. We strive to ensure that all students are supported throughout their time in Presentation so that they become well rounded mature adults who reach their full potential.

The Pastoral Care Team meet regularly to identify students in difficulty, consider their needs and to put bespoke arrangements in place to support students. The Pastoral Care team consists of the Principal, Deputy Principal, Guidance Counsellor, Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) and Year Heads. The Guidance Counsellor works with students from 1st year to 6th year, individually and in groups. The SENCO advises and supports those students who are having learning difficulties and coordinates a number of specific  supports.

The Year Heads provide academic and personal support to all the students in their year. They monitor the educational progress of each student. They hold regular assemblies with the year group to further support students They are aided in their task by individual class tutors.


Wellbeing Room

The Wellbeing Room is available for students who for whatever reason need a time-out from the normal school day. It is a peaceful place where students can relax and refocus before returning to the main classroom again. It is used as a positive strategy to help student focus on learning in the classroom.


Outside Agencies

If the student’s needs fall beyond the professional expertise of the in-school team, a recommendation will be made to the parents/guardians regarding the availability of appropriate external services and referral will be discussed as appropriate.