Wellbeing and pastoral care at Haybrook College has been given the UK’s highest accolade after the College was awarded the National Children’s Bureau backed Wellbeing Award for Schools (WAS).
After a thorough assessment, including input from parents, pupils and staff, Haybrook’s exemplary work was endorsed by the inspection team:
“The College have used the Award effectively to reflect on their existing practice – to think about what works and why it’s effective – and to ensure that it is embedded in whole school culture, ensuring consistency across all parts of the College. The College works hard to build trust between pupils and staff. Governors appreciate the importance of a whole school approach to EWMH, are ambitious for the students (“they have so much to offer”) and appreciate the challenges they face.”
“I am delighted that our school has been recognised for its commitment to the well-being of staff and pupils. It is a testament to the ongoing hard work of all staff to ensure that we can do all we can to embed well-being in our everyday practice in order to make Haybrook College Trust a positive and supportive organisation which believes in its pupils and its staff.”
Jamie Rockman, Executive Headteacher.