Health and Wellbeing The health and wellbeing of all our students and graduates is our number one priority. Whether a lower-school pupil hundreds of miles from home, a student-athlete at a US boarding school or a professional seeking guidance, our pastoral and medical team are committed to ensuring sound physical, mental and social wellbeing. Medical Department Our goal is to give everyone a deepened understanding of their physical, social and mental health needs to instil behaviours that enable students to fulfil their sporting and academic potential. Richard Evans, Medical Coordinator With a demanding schedule, it is vital that all our students remain healthy and well-rested to continue their daily pursuit of excellence. We do this not only through recognised training methods and tracking wellness data, but also by ensuring students are health literate, with sports science an integral part of our curriculum. We provide a solid foundation for excellence through four core areas: Injury Prevention Health Literacy Physical Testing Injury & Illness Care Pastoral Care & Student Welfare Right to Dream is committed to maintaining a stable environment for all students and our pastoral care team are on hand 24 hours a day to ensure students are safe and parents remain informed of their child’s overall wellbeing.Moving far away from home is a challenge for any young person which is why we provide comprehensive support for any issue or eventuality. The pastoral team are trained in providing advice and guidance for complex and sensitive problems, with regular discussions and support sessions that tackle a range of topics important to young people.