SV Academy values the welfare and well-being of its students as a top priority. The school has a comprehensive student welfare program in place to ensure that every student feels safe, supported and valued within the school community.
SV Academy has a dedicated pastoral team that offers a range of support services to students, including mentoring, counseling, and academic guidance. The school also has strong partnerships with external organizations that provide additional support for students who may be facing social, emotional or mental health challenges.
In addition, SV Academy has clear policies and procedures in place to safeguard students from harm and abuse, and to respond effectively to any concerns or disclosures. All staff members receive regular training in safeguarding and child protection, and the school works closely with local authorities and other agencies to ensure that its safeguarding practices are robust and effective.
Overall, SV Academy is committed to creating a nurturing and inclusive learning environment that promotes the well-being and success of all students.
Excellent attendance is the expectation at SV Academy. Students should attend the Academy every day unless they are unwell, in which case parents or carers are expected to contact the School before 9am on each morning of absence.
Contact Information: 0203 031 8240
Academy Attendance Officer: Ms Abbey Lottes
Student Support Information
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Parent & Carer Support Information
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Get support for your child’s mental health, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. Call the Parent Helpline 0808 802 5544, chat online or email.
Check out their Parents Survival Guide for more tips and advice.