Pastoral and Safeguarding
Pastoral care is very important at Coombe Boys' School.
Every pupil is in a tutor group. These are named after the Houses in the school.
The tutor group of around 30 pupils is lead by a tutor, who is a teacher in the school.
Tutors work hard to get to know the pupils in their group and so support them effectively.
Pupils will spend at least two mornings a week with their tutor following a developed programme.
If you have any concerns about your son’s well-being, you should discuss them with his tutor or the Head of Year ( 020 8949 1537 / firstname.lastname@example.org) or use the enquiries form in the portals section.
The Pastoral Team all monitor the pupils progress closely at Coombe Boys'. PSHE, which is part of the curriculum, provides help, guidance and opportunities for them to develop academically, socially and individually. Any problems or queries may be discussed with your son’s Tutor or Head of Year in school, by appointment, by telephone on 020 8949 1537, or by email on email@example.com
The Head of Year can refer any learning, behavioural or medical problems to the Education Welfare Officer, the Educational Psychologist and the School Nurse, who visit regularly.
Safeguarding your son is a key priority at Coombe. You may find these links helpful in supporting your son at home.
The Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mr Rogers and the Deputy Safeguarding Leads are Mrs Morris and Mrs Newman. If you have any concern regarding safeguarding and/or child protection, please do not hesitate to contact them at the school on 0208 949 1537.
The governor linked to safeguarding is Ms Buchanan.