Student welfare is of paramount importance to us at Lutterworth College.
To ensure that all of our students are cared for and nurtured, on arrival at Lutterworth College they are allocated a designated mentor who is responsible for each student’s progress and should be the first point of contact with news of achievements, or worries and questions.
Each mentor meets their group every day during registration which gives the opportunity to monitor the academic and social development of every child in the group. Parents with concerns about the pastoral welfare of their child should, in the first instance, contact their mentor.
Each year group is led by a full-time Pastoral Manager, who monitors the personal welfare of their students in the year group. They are non-teaching and therefore available all day to help with student concerns relating to student welfare.
We recognise all students as individuals and understand for a few students that extra support can make all the difference in becoming the best that they can be. We endeavour to have a nurturing and caring ethos where all students belong and feel secure. To ensure we can offer the full support required, we employ several other services alongside our excellent pastoral care. We understand that working in partnership with families will provide the best route to supporting students in achieving their potential.