Student Pastoral Care
The Student Handbook outlines most issues that could affect a student’s sense of well-being and gives advice and information on how to act if the student’s well-being is compromised in some way. The college exercises an Equal Opportunities Policy that is strictly adhered to and has a complaints procedure in place should that policy ever be breached.
The college is dedicated to nurturing not only the talent and individual progress of each student but also their psychological well-being. The faculty are very experienced in matters relating to the health and education of young people and of the particular issues concerning this age-group.
All students have access to an independent, confidential Counsellor who can deal with issues concerning mental health including eating disorders,bereavement, stress, addiction, abuse, family relationships etc.
Trinity Report 2013 - “Rapport between teachers and students was “excellent” which created “an environment in which students develop their technical skills rapidly and to a very high standard.”
“Both personal and professional guidance and support was rated as “outstanding.”
Quoting the student handbook:
The College aims to provide students with the greatest possible individual attention from a dedicated, highly qualified and caring staff, furnishing them with the broadest spectrum of training.
Students are encouraged to direct their natural talents to develop the skills required for their chosen career and to work together in an atmosphere of mutual understanding and involvement.
The main emphasis of the course is on practical training within a comprehensive range of dance and musical theatre skills.”