The pastoral care offered to our students at Eastlea Community School is designed to support them in becoming independent, enquiring and creative young people, enabling them to become effective citizens of the world. We aim to provide a personalised learning experience for our students that responds to each of their needs, talents and interests.
Our experienced and talented pastoral team plays a central role in supporting every student’s social and academic development.
Students have a tutor and tutor group who they see every day and who form their immediate support group within the school. Each year group has an Achievement Leader and Pastoral Manager whose role is to coordinate the activities of the group, support the tutor team and take responsibility for the welfare and academic outcomes of all students in their year group.
There are lots of opportunities for students to gain leadership experience and take part in the school’s decision-making processes. We have an active Student Council with representatives from each year group. We also offer an inclusive, engaging, challenging, broad and balanced curriculum and a wide range of enrichment activities that are carefully designed to ensure that all students realise their full potential.
If you have any concerns about your child’s experience at school, please contact: