At The King’s School we place great emphasis on the pastoral care of our students. Our Behaviour for Learning Policy encourages all students to adopt behaviours that support learning thereby creating an orderly, safe environment with clear boundaries. There is a Pastoral Team who are responsible for supporting each year group in terms of academic, pastoral and personal development.

Every student is assigned to a form and sees their Form Tutor each day. Each year group is led by a Key Stage Leader (KSL), who is supported by a Student Liaison Officer (SLO). There are additional staff members who support students with issues including attendance and welfare, and we also work closely with a range of external agencies.

Mr Taylor - Key Stage 3 Leader

Mrs Curran - Key Stage 4 Leader

We welcome parents and carers to contact us regarding anything that concerns them. The ways in which parents and carers can communicate with us are shown on our contact us page. We will endeavour to provide a response within 24 hours.

Alternatively, you may want to contact your child’s Student Liaison Officer directly, these details are provided below.

Mr Stephenson - Student Liaison Officer

Miss Hoyle - Student Liaison Officer

Mrs Watts - Student Liaison Officer

Miss Wilks - Student Liaison Officer

Mrs Williams - Student Liaison Officer

Progress Leader (PL) Mrs E Leydon
Student Liaison Officer (SLO) Mrs K Simpson
Progress Leader (PL) Mrs S Douglas
Student Liaison Officer (SLO) Mrs A Beetham
Progress Leader (PL) Mr Copeland
Student Liaison Officer (SLO) Mrs J Sellars
Progress Leader (PL) Miss H Norman
Student Liaison Officer (SLO) Mr K Crewe
Progress Leader (PL) Mr J Turpin
Student Liaison Officer (SLO) Mrs S Novelle


We have a zero tolerance approach to bullying. Although we cannot guarantee that it never happens, Ofsted noted that ‘Pupils feel safe. Bullying is rare and dealt with effectively’. We encourage all of our students to challenge bullying. Students should report incidents ­, both inside and outside of school, to a member of staff who will tackle the issue promptly and sensitively. Bullying is defined as repeated, deliberate and hurtful behaviour that can take many different forms. If you have any concerns, please contact your child’s Form Tutor, Key Stage Leader (KSL) or Student Liaison Officer (SLO).

Wellbeing and welfare

If you have any concerns please contact your child’s Form Tutor, Key Stage Leader (KSL) or Student Liaison Officer (SLO).

If you feel that you have not received a satisfactory response after following the agreed procedures, please do not hesitate to contact us via Reception to arrange a meeting with a member of the Senior Leadership Team or our Education Welfare Officer (EWO).

HPV Vaccination Scheme

The HPV vaccine is being offered to all 12 and 13 year old girls in Year 8. Two doses of the vaccine will be given over a 6-12 month period for full protection against the commonest cause of cervical cancer for many years to come.

For more information click here.