Pastoral Support

Our Pastoral Support Team play an important role in establishing contact and building relationships with parents/carer and families. We are dedicated to helping our children with whatever problems or issues that may be affecting them and preventing them from learning.

We deal with a wide variety of things from friendship problems to child protection and attendance related issues. We are also committed to supporting our parents and families through workshops, meetings and day-to-day contact.

We have a great deal of experience within the team supporting individual pupils with varying degrees of difficulties,

If you would like to contact a member of the Pastoral Support Team you can do so via the school office.

The community is the heart of our school, meaning that parental engagement is crucial to our successes, both academic and non-academic. Fostering a link between home and school is vital to Cayley Primary School, so we aim to create an environment in which parents/carers feel comfortable entering the building, interacting with staff and discussing any questions they may have.

Every term, we offer a range of high quality provisions in which parents/carers can view their children’s educational progress, develop their own skills and build links with others from the local community. In addition, we share and promote multiple schemes and courses run by external providers across Tower Hamlets. 

We will always continue to develop our offer for parents/careers and uphold our commitment to helping our families in any way we can. These are some of the programmes we will be running here at Cayley Primary School across this academic year.

  • Coffee Mornings for Parents/Carers
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing Awareness
  • Families Connect Programme for EYFS
  • Strengthening families and Strengthening Communities Parenting Course
  • EYFS Basic Course
  • Volunteering at School
  • Basic Microsoft skills
  • ESOL (beginners)
  • Basic First Aid

Joining information and timetables of these events will be shared shortly via School Ping and will be published here.