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Student Progress and Well-Being
A Director of Learning, along with a team of tutors and school support officers has responsibility for the academic progress and welfare of the students in each year group. The pastoral year team check the progress of students in their care and support students to ensure the highest possible achievement. They are in contact with the Student Services team including the School Support Officer allocated to each year group.
All girls undertake a programme of Citizenship, Personal, Social & Health Education (CPSHE) which is designed to help them become more aware of themselves and others, be able to assess their own progress and improve their learning. The CPSHE programme is planned around the cross-curricular elements of the National Curriculum to develop the emotional and physical health and well-being of students.
Hornsey School for Girls is committed to acting quickly to respond to any incidents including of bullying. The school’s Anti-Bullying Policy has a flowchart of actions which is displayed across the school.
Hornsey School for Girls commits to acting quickly to respond to any incidents including support around mental health, self harm, eating disorders or academic or pastoral concern.
Home Learning: All students are expected to complete home learning which is checked and marked regularly. There will be a variety of tasks set, which cover a range of learning media. Parents are asked to support the school and their daughter by helping to ensure home learning is completed.
Additional Support: We also promote and advertise additional support from a host of external agencies that we work with.Please contact student services for more advice and guidance. We are here to support and help you.