Wellbeing, Support and Pastoral Care

Posted On: 05/05/22

Wellbeing Support and Pastoral Care

Tutors are responsible for the general care and conduct of their tutor groups under the co-ordination of the Head of Year and Head of Lower School. They support and monitor the welfare, academic progress and extra- curricular involvement of the students in their tutor groups. Students also have access to The Student Support Hub, where they can gain support from the Welfare Manager, Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENDCO), Mental Health Nurse, School Counsellor and Chaplain.


Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

Colchester Royal Grammar School takes a whole school inclusive approach to students with a SEND. Students with SEND receive addition transition support before admission to the school. During key transition years pastoral professionals work together to carefully monitor students to identify those who require additional support. Students’ needs are identified using the four areas of need:

  • Communication and Interaction
  • Social Emotional and Mental Health
  • Cognition and Learning
  • Sensory and Physical

Support is then tailored to help each individual student achieve all round development and success throughout their time at Colchester Royal Grammar School.