Pastoral Care

Pastoral Care

A Form Tutor is responsible for each Year Group, which they oversee daily at registration.

We run a popular reading mentor programme where older students guide and befriend younger ones. Members of staff are also mentors to Advanced Level students, whom they guide through university applications and help develop their study skills through effective time management.

After school there are a variety of activities for students , such as basketball, softball, track and field, soccer, table-tennis, music and the Student Council, which comprises representatives from the various Year groups.

From Year 10, students are encouraged to join the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme. The school is also an enthusiastic participant in the academic, cultural and social life of the Islands, with the majority of students taking part in regular community and sporting events.

Pastoral care at BWIC secondary school on Providenciales

Duke of Edinburgh's Award

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Duke of Edinburgh's Award camping weekend

What is the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme  about?

Students commit to learn four new skills over a period of months:  Volunteering (helping people),  Physical Skills (getting fitter) , and Expedition, ( sailing, kayaking, etc.). Each section is designed primarily by the students themselves.

Dignified Goals

  • Acquiring  skills, confidence needed to succeed with employers, colleges and universities.
  • Making a difference to other people’s lives and your community
  • Getting fitter and healthier
  • Making new friends and gaining recognition

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