Pastoral Care

The Head of Pastoral Care has overall responsibility for the pastoral needs of the students in the school. He is also in charge of school discipline; this is because we seek to avoid a culture of rules and sanctions. We always consider disciplinary issues in the context of the ‘whole person’, in order that good behaviour be internalised ‘from within’, rather than being imposed through fear of punishment.

Jose M Alvarez-CamposMA
  • Deputy DSL

The Head of Pastoral Care is supported in his role by the Form Tutors below and Katie Hager-Conroy, the Assistant Head of Pastoral Care.
Kathryn Hager-Conroy

The Form Tutor is responsible for the day-to-day pastoral needs of the students in his or her form. Serious pastoral issues are always referred to the Head of Pastoral Care who meets with the Headmaster each day.

Form Tutors


Laraib SaeedBSc PGCE
  • Year 13 Form Tutor


Clarisse GheurMA
  • Head of Humanities
  • Year 10 Co-Form Tutor

Thomas RobertsBA PGCE
  • Year 12 Form Tutor

Mark McSweeneyBSc PGCE
  • Acting Head of Computer Science


  • Year 11 Form Tutor

Francesca SimkinBA MPhil PhD
  • Head of Languages
  • Year 8 Form Tutor

Sam DykesBSc
  • Year 5 Form Tutor


Aurore DuvolletBA MA
  • Year 7 Form Tutor

Julie RomieuMA
  • Year 4 Form Tutor

Caroline WeisBA MA
  • Year 1 Form Tutor


Sara FolkesBSc PGCertPSE
  • Reception Form Tutor

Maritza AmadoLevel 4 - Early Years, Care and Education
  • Nursery Form Tutor

An important aspect of Hampton Court House is the extent to which our children form friendships outside their year group. This is something we actively promote. Through the Student Council, older students formalise structures to help younger students get the most from their time in school.

We want all our students to look forward to coming to school each morning and to return home in good spirits each afternoon.

Related: School Policies

Key information from the above policies is included in each issue of Children’s Almanack.