At Croxley Danes, all staff are committed to knowing every student and to providing the necessary support and guidance to ensure that every individual is able to succeed as well as they can, both academically and personally. The high quality pastoral care provided is a core part of the overall progress and well-being of every individual student in school.

Every child is assigned a Form Tutor whose role is to get to know each student and is the first port of call for both students and parents. The appropriate Head of Year will induct and support new students. Each year group from Year 7-12 has their own Head of Year, who is line-managed by an Assistant Headteacher or the Director of Sixth Form Studies. The Director of Sixth Form Studies is also the Head of Year 13 and is line managed by the Headteacher.

We adopt a pro-active approach through the personal development programme. Students are taught key life skills and provided with appropriate information and guidance through personal development lessons. This includes a thorough coverage of Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) Education, including Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)

At Croxley Danes, we work closely with parents. Additional guidance and support are provided via a range of themed evenings and parent workshops. 

A team of support staff play an important role in providing every day support and guidance to students and communicating with their parents.

Safeguarding and child protection are key responsibilities for all staff and fundamental in ensuring effective student well-being. A team of staff with a high level of safeguarding training deals with any more serious issues. If any student is in need of additional support, this is provided either by staff in school or via external agencies.

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