Pastoral Counselling is done by external professional counsellors to students who are having emotional problem.
Pastoral counselling includes:
* providing emotional support for students to help them cope with mental stress relating to a new environment or course demands.
* implementing programs to create a culture and climate of care, trust and friendliness that encourage student attendance and involvement.
Academic counselling with the teacher/ head of department if student score less than 30% for continuously 2 times in any subjects’ tests without any improvement.
Teacher/ head of department will work out remedial actions where possible and set target of at least 10% improvement. Teacher will monitor the student. If students can achieve 3 consecutive improvements that achieve target, they will be removed from academic counselling.
If students results remain unchanged or become worse, they will be advised to change level, go for pastoral counselling (PC) for any issues related to poor academic performance and seek external help (e.g. tuition).