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Pastoral Care
Pastoral Care
Tutor Programme

The DSAS Tutor programmes are based on the belief that students need the opportunity to develop trusting relationships with adult educators and that doing so benefits students in a variety of ways. At DSAS, the Tutor Programme is created to support the continued development of adult-student relationships, student-student relationships, and students and adults knowing themselves. Through tutor programme, students meet regularly with caring faculty members during a scheduled period in the school day, with the underlying goal of providing each student with consistent support and guidance from a member of the school staff. We believe the Tutor Programme will help to solidify relationships, inspire students and build a practice at the school that will have real and long-lasting outcomes. The Tutor is a designated member of the professional staff who has responsibility for maintaining an overview of their tutees’ academic and pastoral welfare. They are an advisor, an advocate, a listener, a guide, a mentor and a role model for this group of students.

The DSAS Tutor programme provides a diversified communication approach and guidance for our students through the following mechanism:

One‐to‐one meetings
One‐to‐one meetings
PSHE lessons
PSHE lessons
Morning Tutor Sessions
Morning Tutor Sessions
Lunch Duties
Lunch Duties
House Activities
House Activities
School Assemblies
School Assemblies