Mutually-respectful relationships between students and staff are central to life at Hind House. We care deeply about our students in our care and go above and beyond to support their mental, physical and social wellbeing.

Pastoral Staff

Our staff build strong relationships with our students so they know that they always have somewhere to turn. The Hind House pastoral team and Form Tutor are responsible for students’ welfare, and boarders are additionally supported by a Housemistress and assistant;  who are also members of our teaching staff. This dual role ensures staff can take a holistic view of a student’s progress and wellbeing. There are also weekly sessions for team meetings, affectionately known as  Café Chat and one-to-one sessions with Tutors.

Community and Pupil Voice

We work hard to ensure that students know their voice is heard. Students meet twice a week for assembly, one of which is a whole school assembly and the other a House Assembly. Our School Council and Pupil Leadership team actively seeks the opinions of the student body and shares feedback with senior staff, and the head pupils meet with the senior leadership team each week.

Pupils develop high levels of self-confidence and display excellent social skills in their interactions with each other and adults. This is supported by the school’s outstanding pastoral care.

Independent Schools’ Inspectorate


All students have access to professional counselling support. Louise Jones and Peter Smith have a combined 40 years of experience working with young people and are well-respected members of our school community. They work closely with the pastoral leadership team and help to alleviate any pressures that might fall onto a girl’s shoulders.

Medical Centre

The Medical Centre provides our pupils with a high standard of care seven days a week, 24 hours a day. At least one nurse is on duty at all times. A school doctor and physiotherapist are also available several times a week.


Our staff share their commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We maintain a culture where young people feel able to share concerns, know how to approach adults if they find themselves in difficulty and where support is easily available and accessible. Our safeguarding team comprises staff who meet regularly to deal with cases and analyse pastoral trends.