We are very proud of the young men that pass through Warwick School. It is our aim to support and guide the boys during their years with us, allowing them to develop into responsible, resilient and compassionate men of character who are determined to make a positive contribution wherever they find themselves in the future.
The bedrock of pastoral care at the school is the close relationship between staff and the pupils. This begins with the Form Tutor and extends to Heads and Assistant Heads of Section, as well as Senior Staff, who know the boys well and who are committed to their growth and welfare.
A boy meets with his Form Tutor every day and this gives an opportunity for difficulties to be discussed and achievement to be celebrated. Tutors are well-supported by the Heads and Assistant Heads of Section who provide oversight and guidance in each Section.
Beyond this, there are numerous other people who are responsible for the care and well-being of the boys. We are fortunate to have the services of a School Counsellor who is here for most of the week; there is a Well-Being Coach who is particularly useful to older boys in the school; the Medical Centre provides expert support, and, at the heart of the school, is the Chapel, which the boys visit once a week for an act of worship and which is open to them at all other times.
Pastoral care is integral to all we do at Warwick School. Happy boys thrive and strong pastoral foundations enable the boys to aim high in all other areas of school life.
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Our Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) at Warwick School is James Barker, Senior Deputy Headmaster.