All individual pupils benefit from the close attention of teachers and the immense commitment of all members of staff to the very full life of the community is central to school life. This page describes the formal roles of teachers outside the classroom.
Housemasters and Housemistresses are in charge of the welfare of pupils in their houses. Please see the Boarding and Day section for a full account of their importance. Furthermore all houses have assistant staff.
Many pupils have Academic Tutors, who help them with work difficulties when necessary. All VI formers are offered tutors who help organise their work in this most important year, and also give personal attention to their university and college entrance demands, under the aegis of the Careers and Guidance Service.
There is an on-site Careers and Guidance teacher, always available to counsel pupils in confidence, as is the College Chaplain.
The College has a formal publicised policy to deal with bullying, and a clear reporting system, which is co-ordinated in confidence by two designated teachers. There is a special group of teachers called Curam, who oversea such concerns.Health matters are in the hands of the College Medical Officer and Matron.