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Pastoral Care

“Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility”. 

(Keeping Children Safe in Education, 2020) 

At King’s College Doha we firmly believe that the welfare, wellbeing and safety our pupils are our number one priority. We understand that for our pupils to progress in school beyond their own expectations, we need to nurture and develop their physical, social and emotional qualities in addition to challenging them academically.  To enable this development, we have established an exceptionally strong Pastoral Care team that is led by the Deputy Head (Pastoral), Mr Iain Driscoll.  

The Pastoral Care team supports every pupil during their time both in school and when learning online, taking the time to meet with all pupils on a regular basis to monitor and support their learning. We have an open-door policy and invite our parents to engage with and discuss the wellbeing of their children with their form tutor, class teachers, subject specialists, Head of Year or the Deputy Head (Pastoral).

At King’s we have highly motivated and inquisitive learners who push themselves both academically and emotionally. The behaviour policy at the school allows for our pupils to be recognised and rewarded for their efforts which further motivates them to achieve beyond their current expectations. 

Our pupils are also invested in and participate in the K
ing’s College House system. The House system provides opportunities for all pupils to engage in a range of activities and events whilst building long lasting friendships. The House system is key to fostering positive relationships between pupils in different year groups and will play a role in the mentoring of pupils within the school. For further information on the House system, please click here. 

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The pupil prefect team at King’s offers our pupils the opportunity to develop their leadership skills whilst at school. The prefect team consists of the Head Girl, Head Boy, Deputy Head prefects and subject prefects. The team meet regularly to discuss and plan pupil lead improvements and are given leadership training throughout the year. They represent the School at external and internal functions and events, as well supporting the students and assisting the staff when appropriate. As role models, they encourage international understanding, acceptance of difference and diversity across the School community. 
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