Student Wellbeing

Introduction

Meden School is committed to safeguarding and protecting all students in our care. We aim to create an environment where students feel valued, listened to and safe in order to fully promote their self-esteem. At Meden School all staff will seek to support students, not just academically, but as individuals, so that they are empowered to positively engage with society when they leave Meden School.

Staff are alert to possible risks and clear procedures are in place for dealing with expressions of concern.

When they join Meden School, students will be placed in a tutor group. Tutors meet their groups daily. The tutor is responsible for the day-to-day care of your child and, therefore, is the first link between parents and school. Parents are encouraged to let the tutor know of any issues affecting the behaviour, progress or well-being of their children.

Arrangements for the year group are overseen by the Head of Year who also provides advice and support for students and staff and act as a point of contact for parents. Heads of Year will often invite parents into school to discuss issues about your child and, of course, you are welcome to visit the school at any time.

PROVIDED BY NOTTINGHAMSHIRE HEALTHCARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST

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