The role of the Tutor is central to a rounded ISS education. Tutors are an integral part of the students’ lives and play a vital role in association with Phase Leaders. Tutors thus make a vital contribution to the school’s pastoral provision and ensure that every student has an adult taking a close interest in them over an extended period.
The tutor oversees the student’s academic progress and fosters their development and general well-being. They can also be important points of contact for parents who may wish to raise issues or concerns about their child.
We aim to promote and protect different personalities, talents and interests and to inculcate a culture of mutual respect. Within the form group, communal values are stressed, yet students also have their independence and privacy within that community.
A Tutor meets their students every morning as a form group for registration, and teaches them PSD once a week. During this time the Tutor plays an important part in helping a student to settle, in advising them about how to use their time well, and in guiding them in the making of important choices.
Mrs Agnela Lucas-FanchetteYear 7A
Ms Beverly DurandYear 7C
Ms Doris NourriceYear 8A
Mrs Jerina ChettyYear 8B
Ms Erica LenclumeYear 8C
Mr John OjalYear 9A
Mr Thomas WilsonYear 9B
Mr Mohamed RoshanYear 10A
Ms Marie-Ange BouchereauYear 11A
Mrs Carole JacquesYear 11B
Mr John OdhiamboYear 11C
Mr Jon ShawYear 12A
Miss Charlotte HobbsYear 12B
Mr Spandan SoodYear 13B
Our pastoral life is led by well qualified and experienced staff, including our Head of Secondary and our Phase Leaders.