St Andrew's High School

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Pupil Support

Pupil Support

In St Andrew’s High School we have a number of promoted teachers responsible for Pupil Support. They have a caring, counselling and supportive role and assist pupils in a broad range of issues.

Pupil Support Team 2019/20

  • S1 – Miss Banks 
  • S2 – Mrs Roy
  • S3 – Mrs Gray 
  • S4 – Ms Trainer  
  • S5 – Miss Doyle 
  • S6 – Ms Veldon
  • S1-S4 (Identified Pupils) – Mrs Halavage 

 

DHT Responsible for Pupil Support/Learning Support – Ms Morrison

Mr Cunningham – Principal Teacher of Learning Support

Miss Power and Mr Britton – Teachers of Learning Support

                                                                  

The Pupil Support team at St Andrew’s HS are very keen to establish and encourage close links between home and the school, as we feel this will help pupils achieve their very best at school. Parents and carers should contact the appropriate Pupil Support teacher if they wish to discuss any matter regarding their child.  Having this link with the school and the home will ensure we are able to work together and support and guide our pupils at different stages of their school life.

Every pupil knows that the Pupil Support team are here for them to talk to if they are worried or concerned about something or someone.

The Pupil Support team are involved in many activities to support our young people:

  • S1 Induction Programme
  • Choices Programme as various year stages
  • Monitoring Pupil Attendance and Timekeeping
  • Monitoring Pupil Academic Progress
  • Mentoring Programme
  • Careers Education
  • Care of Pupils with special educational needs
  • Contact with Parents
  • Offering support and advice on matters arising from parents
  • Links with school departments and outside agencies
  • Preparing reports on pupils for employers, colleges and universities

We are confident that we know our pupils well and that the relationships between teachers and pupils are excellent. We firmly believe that these excellent relationships are the foundation for future success for all of our young people.

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