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pastoral care

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Anya Satyanand

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Transcript of pastoral care

MENTAL HEALTH
depression
anxiety
stress
SOCIAL STUFF
FAMILY

LEARNING DIFFICULTIES
pastoral care's place within the work of Wellington High school
Strong systems and processes
Relational practice
Schools are tasked with the provision of
education
of young people from age 5-16.
Is it therefore the role of the school to engage with young people about things that are going on outside of the classroom?
their mental health
their family situation
their drug and alcohol use (if it happens outside of school time)
their learning difficulties
their social engagement
disengaged from learning
Exit school
AE
engaged in learning
dean, learning
services and
guidance
classroom
teacher
referral to
external agencies
monitoring
monitoring
(to strengthen school
based response)
barriers to learning
DRUG &
ALCOHOL
USE
grief
care and protection

friendships
social media
connection & engagement
WHS PASTORAL CARE
proactively addressed through
barriers to engagement
and learning
no intervention
no intervention
student arrives
at wellington high
CAMHS/City School
CYFS
Youth Aid
CART
Salvation Army
KEY INDICATORS
attending
achieving
connected
cared for at home
whanau engaged with school
pastoral care= an
impediment to the real work of curriculum based teaching
pastoral care=
unconditional love
Pastoral Care
core business for teachers
enables curriculum-based learning to happen
encourages wider learning
concerned with equity
school functions as a deep and wide space for learning, based fundamentally on relationships
pastoral care
the student
doesn't simply
disappear...
engaged in
learning
disengaged
from learning
understanding
the nature of
the break
crafting an
effective
intervention
good pastoral care
relationships
how does it
fit with RP?

will we lose curriculum with such a focus on pastoral?
school based
intervention
more serious behaviours
dean
guidance
roopu
teacher
learning
services
smt
subject
teacher
learning
behaviour
mental health
engagement
social stuff
family
overarching view of
school patterns
intensive work with
at risk students
learning and behaviour
working with kids and
groups of kids
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