STARS is a medical pupil referral unit for children and young people with complex medical needs. The service operates over a number of sites in Sutton. We also have a schoolroom at the Royal Marsden Hospital and provide bedside teaching at Queen Mary's Hospital for Children.
The service is based at the Drapers’ Centre in Carshalton.
STARS' mission is to provide a safe, caring learning environment where young people with medical needs are able to access a high quality and meaningful education, enhance social confidence and develop the skills required to reintegrate into mainstream provision.
STARS' vision is: To work closely with our multi-agency partners, providing outstanding learning and teaching through relevant, enjoyable educational experiences for every pupil, every session, every day.
Sutton Tuition and Reintegration Service takes all aspects of safeguarding and child protection seriously. We have robust recruitment and child protection policies in place as well as behaviour policies and a staff Code of Conduct. All staff are trained appropriately in child protection, safeguarding, PREVENT and safer recruitment.
Our safeguarding policy ensures that all members of the school community:
If you have any concerns about your child, another pupil or a member of staff please do not hesitate to contact the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) who will be able to provide you with the best advice and help.
The Designated Safeguarding Lead in this school is:
Beverley Williamson, Headteacher 0208 404 3124
Other staff trained in Child Protection:
Deputy Headteacher: Deborah Gifford 0208 404 3124
Senior Social Worker: Nadia Ward 0208 404 3124
Assistant headteacher (SENco): Maggie Pursglove 0208 404 3124
Outreach Support Worker: Lydia Graves 0208 404 3124
The Designated Data Protection Lead in this school is:
Data Protection Officer: Breina Carter 0208 404 3124