Form teachers are the first point of contact for both pupil and parent. They will take the time to get to know each girl from the week she joins, so that they are in the best possible position to help with the personal and social development of every girl.
One of the form teacher's main roles is to ensure that all the girls are fulfilling their true potential in all areas of the curriculum.
A girl's form teacher is there to help oversee the girl's progress, encourage success and recognise her individual achievements. She or he is also there to guide the children into making the correct choices and help them to learn from their mistakes.
If for whatever reason a girl is struggling at any point with academic or pastoral matters, it is the form teacher's role to put a plan in place involving both the child and her parents, to overcome the problem as effectively as possible. The open-door policy we have at the Girls' School is a key factor in ensuring that communication between parents and teachers is tight. As a result any concerns about your child can be resolved quickly and efficiently.