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Welcome to the Pastoral homepage, from here you can access areas and issues relating to the pastoral systems in the school.
These include the main staff involved (Student Manager, Learning Managers and Pastoral Support Assistants); information relating to specific year groups; policies (e.g. Anti-bullying, Drugs, Child Protection, Behaviour and Attendance); the outline of the pastoral curriculum; information about external agencies e.g. CAMHS, Connexions, Education Welfare, School Health, School Counsellor; and miscellaneous information e.g. holiday request forms, information about the absence line and contact numbers and email addresses for parents’ helplines.
Learn about the Pastoral Support Centre on the following page.
Read Fallibroome’s school Safeguarding policies on the Policies page.
Should parents or members of the public have any safeguarding or welfare concerns about a student of Fallibroome Academy, they should contact Fallibroome as soon as possible via one of the following means:
Meet the Fallibroome Pastoral Team
Assistant Principal - Pastoral Leader / Teacher (English)
Student Services Supervisor
Meet the Fallibroome Learning Managers
DTL (PE), Deputy Pupil Manager & Learning Manager Year 7
Teacher (Resistant Materials) / Learning Manager (Year 8)
Teacher (Music) / Learning Manager (Year 9)
Teacher (PE) / Learning Manager (Year 10)
Teacher (IT & Computer Science) / Learning Manager (Year 10)
Assistant Principal - Director of Faculty / Teacher (Art, Fine Art & Illustration) / Learning Manager (Year 11)
Teacher (Sociology) / Learning Manager (Year 12)
Teacher (Biology) / Learning Manager (Year 13) / Director of CEP
Fallibroome employs their own School Counsellor, Jacqui Jouannet, who works three days a week.
The School Counsellor provides counselling as part of the pastoral support within school for pupils to develop strategies to cope with emotional, behavioural and educational difficulties, and prevent ongoing and unresolved issues being the cause of future deterioration in pupils’ ability to function effectively at school.
Also, the School Counsellor provides advice and guidance to staff whose role is to support pupils in emotional distress.
Students who wish to see the School Counsellor can drop in at break times to see Mrs Jouannet.
Parents who wish their child to see the School Counsellor should notify the respective Learning Manager in the first instance so that this can be arranged.
Please download and read these information leaflets for information on this subject.
More information and links to external agencies that you may find useful.
If you are worried about anything and wish to report an issue to school, please click on the Bully Hotline link below.