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In Blairgowrie High School we have 3 Houses: Glenisla, Stormont and Tay. Every young person is assigned to a House and will usually remain under the pastoral care of the same ‘house team’ for their school career.
Our Enhanced Provision classes (Tay 4) are part of Tay House and Mrs Stephen (Principal Teacher of Pupil Support and head of our Support for Learning team) is the first point of contact for young people in these classes.
For all other pupils, the Guidance Teacher is the first point of contact for the child, parent, professionals and members of the community. The relationship between the Guidance Teacher and young people in their caseload is developed during their weekly contact in timetabled Social Education classes along with regular conversations about learning and wellbeing.
To help ensure all young people are well known and supported, each learner is part of a House Tutor Group for Personal Support where a House Tutor meets with them three times per week and also engages in regular learning conversations and reviews of progress.