The health and wellbeing of students is the primary concern of any school and at LMaS this will be a priority. Given the smaller scale of the school, we are well placed to know our students exceptionally well.

Our tutorial programme supports our students personal development and provides them with plentiful opportunities to prepare them to be successful and active members of their communities. This will cover a multitude of topics with examples including:

  • Academic e.g. revision skills or study skills
  • Careers e.g. UCAs admissions or interview techniques
  • Personal skills e.g. personal finances or budgeting
  • Health e.g. mindfulness, mental, physical and sexual health

All our students will be allocated a personal progress tutor, who will support them both academically and pastorally.

They will be the students first port of call and will work with students, and their parents/carers, to help them achieve academically and support them pastorally.

All our students will have the opportunity to take part in our enrichment programme. This is a key opportunity to be involved in activities that are outside of the students’ academic studies, providing a good balance to their time at LMaS.

We understand that, at times, all of us may need to ask for support in our lives. We are committed to ensuring that help and support is available for all our students to access, be that internal to LMaS, through the wider GORSE Academies Trust or through external agencies.

Being part of a trust provides us with access to significant levels of experience and resource to support our students. We will draw upon the knowledge and skills of these partners, who already support over 1,400 post-16 students in Leeds.