CELEBRATIONS were held at RGS The Grange after the school was recognised as a finalist for the ‘Pastoral School Of The Year’ award at the prestigious National Association for Pastoral Care in Education (NAPCE) Awards.
NAPCE is dedicated to the promotion of pastoral care, personal-social education, and the overall welfare of pupils of all ages in schools. The NAPCE Awards ceremony took place at Worcestershire CCC’S New Road home.
Gareth Hughes, headmaster of RGS The Grange said: “We are delighted that the school was announced as a finalist in the ‘Pastoral School of The Year’ category.
“It is our belief pupils flourish in an environment where they feel cared for and listened to. We pride ourselves in the warmth of our community in which all our pupils and staff are valued. It is for this reason this recognition was so gratefully received.”
RGS The Grange’s was one of only five national finalists in the “Pastoral School Of The Year” category highlighting the school’s commitment to nurturing an environment where both pupils and staff can “Flourish and Fly.” a bespoke school project led by deputy head, Wendy Wreghitt.
The sold-out awards ceremony displayed the increasing importance of pastoral care in education, RGS The Grange was delighted to be recognised as one of the finalists from across the educational landscape.
In November the school was also the winner of The Kindness in Education award which recognised the range of initiatives in place to encourage the value of kindness throughout the Prep school.