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The system of pastoral care and student support at Brampton College is comprehensive. The College offers individual support to any student who may need additional help or guidance regarding their learning, including advice and strategies for organisation, time management, study skills and exam nerves. The Head of Learning Support is available to speak with parents, liaise with teachers and specialists, but most importantly welcomes drop-ins and regular sessions with students themselves throughout the week. In addition, the College has specialist staff including an experienced Counsellor and Educational Psychologist who are available should these services be needed.
Study skills are supported by both the Personal Tutor and individual subject teachers, who can offer specialised subject help for improving study techniques. In some cases, the Learning Support team may work with a student in addition to this, to help students further develop their exam technique, plan revision and support their overall wellbeing at the College.
The needs of students with SEN are met through the provision of differentiated teaching, evaluation of interventions throughout the year and formal exam access arrangements (where appropriate). All teachers are provided with a summary of a student’s individual needs at the start of their course and therefore, disclosure of any learning or mental health concern is necessary to ensure the College is able to effectively support the student throughout their course.
If you have any questions regarding support at Brampton College, please contact Claire Morley: firstname.lastname@example.org
When additional or alternative support is needed, there are a number of organisations that are available to help:
A charity focusing on the emotional and mental wellbeing of young people. They have information for young people and parents.
A charity service for anyone who’s struggling to cope, who needs someone to listen without judgement or pressure.
A charity providing advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
Students against depression
Provides resources, advice, information and guidance to those affected by low mood and depression.
A charity supporting and educating young people in looking after their mental health.
NSPCC Dedicated sexual harassment or abuse in education helpline
Available to support child and adult victims of abuse in schools to make current and non-recent disclosures of abuse. Young people can contact the NSPCC helpline, Report Abuse in Education on 0800 136 663 or email email@example.com
Provides information and advice for young people, parents and carers, regarding online safety, risks and Q&As.
Brampton really took the time to understand Hannah. With their small classes and focus on the individual, Brampton provided the right balance of strive and motivation for Hannah to bring out the best in herself.
Parent of Hannah Lubner
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