Pastoral Care

We believe that pupils learn best when they are happy, safe and secure; the purpose of our pastoral care is to provide such an enviroment. The strong, caring ethos of the college is demonstrated by its commitment to the welfare of the pupils and staff.

All boys are allocated a personal tutor who is the first point of contact for parents.  You will find more information regarding pastoral care in our Parent Guide to Pastoral Care which will be sent to you once your son takes up his place at Campbell College.  

To read the Guide to Pastoral Care (Day School) please click here

To read the Guide to Pastoral Care (Boarding Department) please click here

To read the Boarding Handbook please click here

Safeguarding and Child Protection

The College's Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy contains guidance on how parents may make known any concerns they have about their, or another child's safety.

The Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy is available to view here.

The Designated Teacher for Child Protection is Mr C Oswald (Vice-Principal)

The Deputy Designated Teachers for Child Protection are Mrs W Pearson (Boarding Tutor and Head of Home Economics) and Mrs R McNaught (Head of Modern Languages)

A printed copy of this policy is available from Front of House on request.

Learning Support

The Learning Support Department ensures that pupils with special needs are catered for through individual educational plans which are created, monitored and evaluated by specially trained staff. This process involves close co-operation between pupils, their teachers and parents. Support is also available, when necessary, through classroom and general assistants.  Please find more information by clicking here.

The Medical Centre

The College Matron, Mrs Eunice Hoey, is on duty in the medical centre from 8.30am-4.00pm daily. Matron will make contact with parents if a boy is ill and needs collected from school, boys should not make contact with home themselves.

The School Doctor visits the College a minimum of three times each week and the boarders’ medical welfare is overseen by the School Matron from our Medical Centre where she is on duty each day from 8.00am to 4.30pm.
The Doctors’ practice is a 5 minute taxi ride away and appointments are prioritised for our boarders.  The Resident Boarding Assistant provides additional 24 hour medical cover. They have all achieved the St John’s Ambulance First Aid Training at Work certification having attended and passed a 4 day course.  The College is also very conveniently located within 3 miles of the Ulster Hospital Accident and Emergency Department.  
To read the Medical Policy click here