Pastoral Care

Pastoral Care

We take great care to ensure that our pupils feel supported at our school. Our caring ethos ensures that we put the well-being of everyone at the centre of all we do.  We currently have two ELSA trained Teaching Assistants who are able to offer support in a range of different ways. It might be at times when …

children find it difficult to get along with friends

children want to talk about their worries

children want some help and advice before moving on to another year group or school


We have a dedicated ELSA room where children can meet with the ELSA’s, it is a quiet retreat away from the hustle and bustle of school life, providing quality time with complete focus on the individual.


In addition to this team we have the support of our SENDCO Mrs Fairman, as well as the Sue Leigh the Family Support Worker; a shared resource through the Frodsham and Villages School Partnership.

ELSA SupportHow can you get help?                            

Teachers may refer a child for ELSA support

Children may ask for help and support either directly or through the worry box or their journal

Parents can raise their concerns and request ELSA support for their child

Once a Referral has been made:

First the team will find out how we can support you

They will decide whether this support is more beneficial working in a group or individually.

While we have a dedicated room, this support may take place in different areas of the school, including outdoors, dependant on the type of support being given

Support generally extends over a period of 6 weeks, throughout this time children are equipped with strategies


In offering Care and Support we aim to…

to raise self-esteem, confidence and build on social skills

meet and support parents with concerns about their children

work in partnership with other agencies if required

Referrals can be made by parents, teachers or teaching assistants.

To begin a referral please speak with Mrs Green or Mrs Steele and you may be asked to complete a referral form.

The appropriate intervention will be decided from the scores from the questionnaires and the information given.

Group work (Emotional and Social support).

1:1 Emotional Literacy Sessions/direct work.

Group friendship sessions



Link to ELSA website:

Sue Leigh

Family Support Worker

Contact Details: 07818 595902




We value the importance of Personal, Social and Health Education in enabling our pupils to grow in confidence, to make healthy and informed choices and to have a mutual respect. 


We follow the Jigsaw PSHE programme


It is a planned programme of learning through which children and young people acquire knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives now and in their futures.

It develops the qualities and attributes children need to thrive as individuals, family members and members of society and the global community.


My Happy Mind

The entire myHappymind is based in Science and research. Each module introduces a new set of content and habits to help children build resilience, self-esteem, confidence and help them thrive.


Links with our Parish and Wider Community

We are very fortunate to have a number of visitors to school from either our parish or wider community.  In doing so they offer support in a variety of ways; for example, daily reading, school trips, extra-curricular clubs and pet therapy.

This is another layer of 1:1 support, that helps to build the confidence and

Self-esteem of individual pupils.





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St. Luke's Catholic Primary School

The Willows, Frodsham

Cheshire WA6 7QP

Tel: 01244 259999