Stockport School

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Stockport School

Ofsted Good School

Year Groups

“School data, confirmed by inspection evidence, shows that nearly all pupils make very rapid progress in their literacy and numeracy skills” - Ofsted


At Stockport School we separate the Year groups into three separate phases or Key Stages. Each of the phases/Key Stages are led by a Director of Progress who is responsible for the progress, development, support and intervention of all the students in that particular cohort. The Director of Progress line manages a Pastoral team, which includes one or more Pastoral Managers, who act as non-teaching Year Heads, responsible for the educational, social, emotional and behavioural needs of students. The Director of Progress also line manages a team of Form Tutors.

Each Year group has a Pastoral Manager, who is non-teaching and there to support the educational, social, emotional and behavioural needs of a student.  The team aims to work with the Tutor, Teacher, Parent/Guardian and extended family of a student to ensure that they are happy and achieving in school.

Pastoral, Culture & Ethos