Pastoral Care

The pastoral system at Coundon Court is centred around year groups, which are split into different tutor groups.

Each Year Group is led by a Head of Year who focuses on promoting good attendance, punctuality and attitudes, and a Progress Leader that focuses on progress and achievement through monitoring, planning and setting targets for improvement. This means that every child receives a high level of care.

Our pastoral care also includes a highly qualified intervention team which offers one to one, small group and target group support through various approaches which can include therapeutic work, drama work, family support and regular monitoring. We strongly believe in partnership working with every family.

Our highly qualified staff will work with you as parents and carers to ensure that your child achieves their very best whilst also ensuring that every child has a happy and fulfilling life at school.  


Coundon Court School is committed to meeting the needs of all students, including those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

The School ensures that all students, regardless of their specific needs are taught in an inclusive environment which enables them to make the best possible progress. Coundon Court is an inclusive school which offers a range of provision to support students with difficulties in communication and interaction, cognition and learning, social, emotional and mental health, and physical needs.

The range of support available may be tailored to individual need following thorough assessment by internal or external agencies. It is designed to promote students working towards becoming independent and resilient learners.