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Pastoral Care

The greatest strengths of a school can be found not in the bricks and mortar which make up a building, but in the relationships people have with each other. For it is true that a large number of people working together can create a great school community. The Boarding School community encourages healthy relationships with one another and helps to develop friendships that will be sustained for life as friends transition from student to alumni – as these graduates sustain their past connections by watching each other’s successes as they go on to build their own.

Pastoral care is a sheer demonstration of concern for the growth and well-being of every student. It is a commitment to the broader school community in general. It focuses on cultivating an environment and psychology that supports the physical, social, intellectual, emotional and spiritual development of every student.

At Tulas International School one of our core focuses is creating a space that feels like home for all our students. This is why we always try and think outside the box. The facilities we can offer – areas such as classrooms, dorms and teacher’s residences – should provide comfort and relaxation for students at any given time.
The hostel is spacious and brightly lit so that each child will feel comforted whilst they are away from home. The sleeping arrangements are carefully planned to provide room for every child, while recreational facilities can be used by all.

At TIS, we take pride in our prestigious Pastoral Care team. We provide valuable services such as;

Promoting a school culture that emphasizes keeping each other safe, being mindful of each other’s needs, and coming to the aid of others in times of need.
Countering feelings of isolation by encouraging students to engage in outside activities together.
Develop skills and a mindset to share and care with a due respect for individuality and uniqueness.
Tracking progress of every student
Providing counselling to students dealing with mental problems or loss