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Pastoral Overview

At The Bulmershe School, we pride ourselves in our pastoral support team whose sole purpose is to ensure that students feel safe and supported, and are therefore able to do their very best. Each year group has a Head of Year, a Behaviour Lead and a member of the leadership team that works with a specific year group in order to support and intervene as needed. Students also have access to the Ivory Centre, where all the Behaviour Leads work, to offer support when needed. This, along with their form tutor, ensures that every student has access to bespoke support each and every day, to ensure they can be the very best they can be and overcome any barriers.


A Head of Year is responsible for the pastoral care of the students in the year group. The Head of Year will be present throughout the school day, will lead on weekly assemblies, celebrate student success, work regularly with parents and many more elements, in order to ensure all students are supported and cared for consistently, throughout their time at Bulmershe. Heads of Year at Bulmershe are passionate about the ethos and culture that is created within their year groups and this will be seen throughout the school every day. 


The Behaviour Leads are in school specifically to support Bulmershe students in overcoming any difficulties, challenges or barriers they have in order to allow students to fully focus and engage in their learning and reach their potential. The behaviour leads are available before, during and after school for students, but also to have discussions with parents in order to offer the right and specific support for each individual child as and when needed. 


Every child deserves one member of staff who knows them very well, challenges them to be the best they can be, holds them to account when they get it wrong and celebrates their successes. A tutor understands the whole picture of a child’s education from their home life to how they are achieving across the curriculum. We pride ourselves on having a strong pastoral system which cares about all students and the form tutor role is integral to this.  

Tutor Groups 21-22

HOY

 Form Tutor

Tutor Group

Room

Band

HOY 7

Tracy Edwards

 

AHOY

I Wiltshire

J Gill/E Clifford

A Hurst

I Wiltshire

L Nath/S Sanchiz

R Boyer

M Wray

H Durnin

E Morden

N Harris

7S1

7T2

7Mu2

7S10

7H4

7En5

7M5

7S9

7S4

S1

T2

Mu2

S10

H4

E5

M5

S9

S4

X

Y

Y

Y

Y

X

X

X

X

HOY 8

Mel Cousins

 

AHOY

G Correa-Theme

 

J Bungay

K Hudson

G Correa-Theme

L Burgess

A Rich/G Norris

T Kotseroni

E Payne

S Davis/M Cope

K Whitmarsh/M Li

8G2

8H1  

8A1

8B5

8M2

8E1B

8En2

8A2

8M4

G2

H1

A1

B5

M2

E1B

E2

A2

M4

X

X

X

y

Y

Y

X

Y

X

HOY9

Dan Chandler

 

AHOY

M Hood

 

 

 

 

A Zalaki/V Shering

K Trenwith/M Nilsson

E O’Reilly

G Pooler

M Hood

A Mungall/K Hunter

E Cronin

N Habib

J Grier

9G1

9T4

9B6

9M6

9D2

9Mu1

9C2

9M8

9S3

G1

T4

B6

M6

D2

Mu1

C2

M8

S3

Y

Y

X

X

X

X

Y

Y

X

HOY10

Alice Gray

 

AHOY

S Latif

 

 

 

S Latif

J Bateman

J Chowdhury

J Mulvihill

M Hart

S Garrard/ D Williams

N Webb

C Mooney

D Tomala/M Mooney

10S5

10H11

10G4

10G3

10H12

10H13

10En1

10En3

10H10

S5

H11

G4

G3

H12

H13

E1

E3

H10

X

X

Y

X

X

X

Y

Y

Y

HOY11

Alex Whearity

 

AHOY

S Latif

 

 

B McArdle

K Potter/C Valler

A Iqbal

G Moores

C Jones

J Williams

T Isaq

A Hulley

J Ogada

11B1

11H3

11En6

11H6

11M1

11B4

11C4

11T1

11M3

B1

H3

E6

H6

M1

B4

C4

T1

M3

X

X

Y

X

Y

X

Y

X

Y

HOY12

T Lord

C Scott

N Jigounova/S Richards (L2)

K Roberts/S Khanna

S Bradbury/S Khanna (Mon)

P Sharland

S Uwadiae

12C3

12H9

12B3

12S6

12C1

C3

H9

B3

S6

C1

Y

X

X

X

X

HOY13

T Lord

C Scott

 

T Moran (UCAS)

 

H Coombes/ T Moran

W Prowse

A Kydd

D Norris

13H8

13S2

13H7

13B2

H8

S2

H7

B2

X

X
X

X