All Saints Catholic College values the fostering of positive relationships as the key factor in the development of the whole person. Student wellbeing is at the core of Catholic school life; it is at the heart of informing those committed to Christ and charged with student care. At All Saints Catholic College, student wellbeing is the guiding principle of our pastoral care approach; it is born out of Catholic teaching based on the unique human dignity of each person created in the image and likeness of God.
.While all staff are focussed on student learning and welfare, ‘Leaders of Wellbeing’ are charged with the overall responsibility of each Year group. The four Leaders of Wellbeing provide significant pastoral leadership within the College. They are responsible for the effective operation of the Year group and for the overall learning, wellbeing and faith development of students. This responsibility involves knowing the students and their families, managing the involvement of the Pastoral Care team of teachers and collaborating with the College’s Leaders of Learning and members of the Leadership Team. As such, the Leaders of Wellbeing provide key leadership for their Year group. Monitoring, challenging and advising students are central to the role, as is the effective organisation and administration of the Year group. The Leaders of Wellbeing will play a key role in the effective transition to a comprehensive co-educational learning community.