Stockport School

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Stockport School

Ofsted Good School

Help and Advice

“Students have a good understanding of the different kinds of bullying. They state that instances are rare and that, on the few occasions when it happens, it is dealt with swiftly and effectively.” - Ofsted, 2013

 

Asking for Help 

There are many different people whom our students can turn to for advice and guidance in Stockport School: 

  • Friends, Mentors, and the Head Boy/Girl Prefect Team can help in lots of ways. They can show students the way around and explain the day-to-day routines of the school 
  • Form Tutors see students almost every day and can help with anything (or know someone who can). Students should always try to discuss any concerns with their Form Tutor 
  • The Pastoral Manager will be on hand as a point of contact for students and their parents and carers should they need any information, advice or have any important questions that need answering. The Pastoral Manager will help to guide students towards the correct member of staff or the support that they need.
  • Subject Teachers can give advice and guidance on the work in their lesson but can also help with more general things.
  • The Director of Progress with the support of the Director of Intervention are responsible for students overall progress and development in school. They will have an overview of student’s standards of work, effort and behaviour. They are also there to support students if they have a specific issue or problem.

Always ask someone if you are unsure of anything. We can only help if you let us know there is a problem!

External Professional Support

“Students say that they feel very safe in school.” - Ofsted, 2013