Pastoral Care

The pastoral care is fostered by a sense of community

Pastoral care is high of a high calibre throughout our school. Your child will be cared for and feel part of the school community which everyone helps to foster and develop. There is a real feeling of a family atmosphere at Benedict House and we all look out for each other.

By deploying a house merit system, appointing monitors, election of Head Boys and Girls, we encourage each child to make a positive contribution to school life while demanding the highest standards of behaviour, courtesy and self-discipline.

The school operates an open-door policy, where you are welcome to discuss your child’s progress with class teachers or the headteacher at any time. Formal introductory Class Meetings are held at the start of each year; with scheduled Parents’ Evenings held during the year, as well as written end of year reports.

Happy, resilient and confident children make the best learners.  We strive for each situation to be a life-long learning experience for our children.  Fundamental British Values is embedded into most aspects of our school.  This encourages a sense of belonging, respect and citizenship for all who are involved in what we do here at Benedict House Preparatory School.