At Turves Green Boys' School we are committed to building successful, resilient and confident individuals. Our diverse curriculum develops key knowledge, skills and values combined with enriching experiences that will enable them to thrive in their chosen career paths.

We are committed to excelling in pastoral care. To do this, we place our pupils at the heart of everything we do and provide them with a shared moral courage to follow our Turves Values.

Every child matters and we want to ensure that pupils are safe, healthy, happy and empowered with the knowledge to have a positive impact on society when they leave Turves Green Boys' School.

As Heads of House we support and motivate pupils by regularly analysing, discussing and targeting pupil progress. Our House system fosters leadership skills, responsibility and involvement for all pupils and through enrichment such as competitions, extra-curricular activities and committees this can be successfully achieved. We have high expectations of behaviour, attendance and punctuality and we aim to support pupils by working with individual pupils, teachers, parents, carers and outside agencies. 

Our commitment to pupils and parents

  •  Encourage your child to be polite, kind and considerate to others at all times.  
    Provide a safe, calm, inclusive, respectful and happy place for students to excel.
  • Foster a culture of safeguarding in which every member of staff takes responsibility.
  • Keep you informed about your child’s progress and any concerns that affect your child’s work or behaviour.
  • Ensure high quality and personalised pastoral care with clear routes to report problems and seek help.
  • Be welcoming to parents and offer you opportunities to become involved in school life. 
  • Let you know about school activities through regular communications.
  • Sustain a positive environment where high standards of behaviour, attendance and appearance are expected at all times.
  • Create varied and exciting enrichment, leadership and celebration opportunities which allow pupils and students to flourish individually and collectively.
  • Instil a culture of positive partnerships with parents and carers founded on respectful collaborative relationships.
  • Help pupils become confident and vibrant young people with a true sense of integrity, moral courage and self-worth.
  • Use Rewards and Sanctions in order to maintain a caring and supportive environment and to commend high standards and achievements.

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