Class Teachers are responsible for the welfare of all the students in their class and have a very special bond with their students. They are always available to help students with any issue whether academic, personal or social and every child knows they have someone they can go to with a problem. They also take the lead in teaching students the values of self-discipline, fair play and respect for others on which the school is built.
In the Junior School, the What Shall I Do? programme addresses a number of personal, social, moral and health issues and helps the children to understand the difference between right and wrong. At the Senior School, there is a full programme of Personal and Social Education in which a wide range of issues that might affect students are discussed by different teachers. Annual age-appropriate sex education sessions led by a doctor begin in Junior 5 and continue throughout the Senior School.
An in-house school counselor is available for consultation for any issues that students may wish to discuss.