A Christian, International, Co-Educational, Residential School
Hebron places a strong emphasis on creating an atmosphere which allows all the students to achieve their potential physically, personally, spiritually and academically. The school is divided into four sections each with a Head of School who is responsible for all the students and their pastoral welfare and their academic progress within their area of the school. These four sections are the Junior School, the Middle School, the Senior School and A Levels. The Department of Personal Development also oversees the pastoral monitoring and welfare of all the students In the school. Each class from Stds. 7 - 13 has a PD (Personal Development) Tutor to teach personal and social education (PSE) and study skills and provide subject and careers guidance. Regular academic interviews are held for all students from Stds. 7 - 13 so that their academic progress can be monitored. Students are also able, and encouraged, to speak to their PD Tutor, or Head of School, or to their Dorm Parents about
anything which is of concern to them. There is a ‘Child Protection Policy’ that guides all interactions with the students. PD Tutors meet with their Heads of School weekly to discuss academic and welfare matters about students in each section of the school.