The Effective Practitioner

Pastoral Referral Process

Pastoral Referral Process

Low Level

May include but not limited to…

  • Pens & Books
  • Attendance
  • Eating in class
  • Lateness
  • Cell phone
  • Home Learning
  • Uniform
  • Engagement
  • Bad decisions day
Learning Leader

  • LL interventions / strategies
  • Email / text / phone home
  • Buddy support
  • Inform Amokura

Must log ‘actions taken’ in pastoral incidents on Kamar.

NO learners to be removed / sent out of classrooms and left unsupervised!

(use of ‘Out of Class’ pass as the passport around school when signed out of class or ILC.)

 

RESTORATIVE

PRACT ICES

Medium Level

  • Next Step support for LL with further interventions.
  • Attendance concerns.
  • Assessment issues / cheating.
  • Smoking
  • Bullying, theft & vandalism within classroom. (initial fact finding)
Learning Leader in consultation with Amokura / Whanau Leader

  • Learning Team / Curriculum Team based interventions
  • Email / text / phone home.
  • Meeting arranged

Must log ‘actions taken’ in pastoral incidents on Kamar.

At both levels, utilise the opportunity

to …

  • engage
  • consult
  • foster

the support of Guidance, Youth Team and the Health Services Team.

High Level

  • Next Step support for Learning Team / Amokura with further interventions.
  • Bullying, theft and vandalism investigation.
  • Continual attendance concerns.
  • Support with substances (drugs / alcohol etc) fact finding.
Whānau Leader / Leadership Team Consultation

  • Interventions
  • Email / text / phone home.
  • Meeting arranged

Must log ‘actions taken’ in pastoral incidents on Kamar.

Senior Leadership Team

  • Verbal Abuse to staff.
  • Physical Assault.
  • Alcohol & drugs use.
  • Next Step support for Whānau Leadership Teams who have exhausted ALL possible options

Must log actions taken in pastoral notes on Kamar.

 

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