The developing and nurturing of the children in our care is the central focus of our mission statement. The school ethos reflects this concern for the individual and their personal and social development. To further this end, every effort is made to foster a caring and supportive school community. Morning assembly has an important function in fostering a sense of community.
The school has a strong anti-bullying policy » and students are encouraged to tell a member of staff if they have any concerns about this issue. Holy Family is fortunate in having the services of a student counsellor who is accessible to the pupils for individual counselling which they can request directly or through referrals by their parents or teachers.
Part of our Wellbeing programme allows us to provide a breakfast club which allows for social interaction and relaxed communication both with peers and with staff from the school.
We encourage close links with the Boarding Campuses and most recently jointly hosted an anti-bullying seminar for pupils and parents.