kings college doha Facilities 3 - Pastoral Care

Pastoral Care

Pastoral care is of central importance to life at King’s College because we recognise that children thrive in an atmosphere of care and support. We understand that children succeed best when they feel happy and at ease in their surroundings. To ensure that we achieve our aim of creating a happy, safe and nurturing environment we have several key internal care structures in place.

All children are allocated a tutor as their direct line of support. For children in Reception to Year 4 this is their class teacher, and for children in Years 5 and above, it will be their form tutor.

Mr Myles Granger is our Deputy Head (Pastoral) and leads the school in ensuring high-quality pastoral provision. He can be available for a discussion with parents about the wellbeing of their child by making an appointment through the School Office.

Children are allocated a House upon enrolment at King’s College and House points. Children are awarded House points for good merit, positive behaviour, hard work and following the school’s Golden Rules.

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The simple Golden Rules encourage a caring community and convey clear expectations.

Be considerate
Be kind and helpful
Work hard
Look after property
Listen to people
Be honest

Further information on the school’s House system can be found here.

A periodic pastoral newsletter can be found here by reading ‘Pastorally-Speaking’, written by the Deputy Head (Pastoral). Containing updates about the non-curricular side of school life, it gives a deeper insight into how we run the welfare side of things here at King’s College Doha.

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