In response to the global coronavirus outbreak, we have implemented a strict visitor policy to safeguard the health and wellbeing of the whole school community. Please read our visitor policy before you visit the school.

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Your son or daughter’s welfare is of utmost importance to us. We need to work together to ensure that they are happy and fulfil their potential. It is important that parents feel able to talk through any areas of concern, or let the School know of any problems a pupil may be experiencing, at School or at home, so that we are aware of them and can offer support as appropriate.

Normally, the first contact made is with the Housemaster/mistress (by phone to the House or by email or letter). The Pastoral Deputy Miss Tracey Mounter is in overall charge of pastoral care and is readily available.

Appointments for meetings with the Head Master can be made through the PA to the Head Master.

Contact Ms Charlotte Frank, at

If the pupils themselves have any worries they are encouraged to speak with Housemasters/mistresses or Tutors, and can also speak with the School Chaplain or members of the Leadership Team.

The School has a Designated Senior Lead for Child Protection, Mrs Antonia Clarke, who is available to give confidential help to pupils and adults.

Contact Mrs Antonia Clarke, at

Dr Rosie Page is the appointed ‘Independent Listener’ who may be contacted in writing at ‘Ardnamurchan’, Thirlby, Thirsk, YO7 2DJ

The School has a School Counsellor, Pearl Humphries, and she can be contacted on 01904 628736.


The Government have released an advice sheet for parents and guardians on the subject of cyberbullying. It provides advice and information about how they can protect their child from cyberbullying and how to tackle it if it happens. Read it here.