At Calcot Schools, we recognise that our pupils’ needs and concerns will often need to be dealt with sensitively and effectively. We take this responsibility very seriously and nurture a climate of trust, respect and confidence so our pupils feel they can seek support from teachers, support staff and indeed each other. All our pupils are primarily in the care of their class teacher who has responsibility for their well-being, but sometimes a child may need extra pastoral support.
Our pastoral staff work with children individually or in small groups during the school day. Their role is to provide support for our pupils who may be:
- Experiencing emotional difficulties
- Dealing with loss through separation, divorce and bereavement
- Struggling with low self-esteem.
This approach has proved very effective in providing these children with strategies to cope with situations and the emotional difficulties that often accompany them. Parents who feel their child may need extra support/care for whatever reason should let their child’s class teacher know in the first instance.
Prospective Reception Parents 2019Calcot Schools are delighted to welcome prospective parents to our Open Mornings on the 20th November and the 28th November at 9.30am. You will have the opportunity to meet the staff and see the children in action. Each tour will Read more
Calcot Colour Run
Our very first crazy, colour run took place during the school fayre.Read more
Four of our amazing Year 6 children competed in the AWE Science competition. They battled against 7 other schools and came away as 'The Winners'.Read more
Christmas Play Performance (Year 1 and Reception)All Day
THe year 1 play will be performed in the morning and the Reception play will be in the afternoon.