Therfield School Virtual Open Evening

  Thursday 1st October 2020 6:30pm Please come back to find the link to the event here on 1st...

Transition to Therfield from Year 6

  As a parent/carer of a Year 6 student joining Therfield in September, please click on the link ...

School Band Performance

Members of the Jazz Band had a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon performing at Wates Head Office.   ...

Fox Grove - Therfield Sports Facility

We are excited to share with you that after many months of planning the Department for Education h...

  • Therfield School Virtual Open Evening

  • Transition to Therfield from Year 6

  • Sixth Form Application Now Open

  • School Band Performance

  • Fox Grove - Therfield Sports Facility

Heads of Year

“High-quality care is provided by the pastoral system”   OFSTED March 2013

It is our belief at Therfield School that if students feel happy and safe they will achieve their full potential and make great academic progress. Our pastoral team works tirelessly to ensure that every pupil is looked after and their pastoral needs are met so that they are able to make this academic progress.

Every student has a form tutor. This member of staff meets with their form twice daily and will provide daily guidance and support. Form tutors build very strong and positive relationships with the members of their form group. Parents are able to contact the form tutor if they have any questions or concerns about their child. 

 

Each year group has a Head of Year who ensures that each student has the support and guidance to help them do as well as they possibly can at school. 

The Heads of Year are:

 Mrs N Woodroffe  Head of Year 7  [email protected]
 Mr G McIntyre  Deputy Head of Year 7  [email protected]
 Mrs N Woodroffe  Head of Year 8  [email protected]
 Mr A Blythman  Deputy Head of Year 8  [email protected]
 Mr T Hostler  Head of Year 9  [email protected]
 Miss L Warman  Head of Year 10  [email protected]
 Miss L McArthur  Head of Year 11  [email protected]

 

The school is organised into four Houses; Norbury, Polesden, Juniper and Leith. Each House has a House Leader who promotes a strong sense of community and pride amongst pupils and creates a friendly, competitive environment through a range of inter-house activities and competitions.