The Role of The Form Tutor
The role of a tutor is to ensure that every one of their tutees knows about the hidden curriculum opportunities at KLA from trips and after school activities to the varied community events that take place each year. They will get to know their group as individuals and encourage and nurture their talents and interests to ensure that everyone becomes the best version of themselves.
Tutors are the first port of call for parents and will be in regular contact throughout the year.
- Tutors are the key member of staff for tutees, they will listen to them and signpost them when they need additional support or encouragement
- Know how their tutees are behaving, praise reward points earned and challenge poor behaviour
- Forging good relationships with tutees, parents, Heads of Year and Progress Leaders
- Place students on Green Report Cards (for behaviour or attendance) when advised to do so by Heads of Year or Key Stage Progress Champions
- Follow the behaviour policy relating to Green Report Cards
- Escalate students to Amber Report Card if they are unsuccessful on Green Report
- Meet regularly with each tutee 1:1 to complete a Personal Development Plan
- Monitor progress of the development plans through tutor time
- Deliver form time activities
- Support form groups during fire drills
- Ensure that KLA uniform standards are met, contact home if they are not