The class teacher takes responsibility for following up on their students. Especially students who are new in the school or are identified as vulnerable or having problems and needing close guidance and monitoring. The class teachers in year 1-2-3 of secondary meet with the class group every week. They work on key competences, the Kiva program, learning to learn and plan seasonal activities for their pupils. In the higher years of secondary the class teachers plan individual meetings with pupils or in smaller groups to support them with the challenges they encounter.
The school psychologist and the school counsellor are available to students who need individual assistance or guidance related to personal, emotional, relationship or any other problems they may face which may create psychological concerns. They also provide psycho-education on stress-management, failure anxiety, ….
The class teachers, the school psychologist and counsellor, the school nurse, the educational advisors and the deputy director secondary together make up the care team. This multi-disciplinary team coordinates the follow up of support needs within the school and in liaison with external assistance partners.