Tutors operate within a House system and Heads of House provide a further source of support and advice for you, your parents and the teachers.
The Heads of Lower, Middle School and the Sixth Form are responsible mainly for issues affecting year groups as a whole, but they do also deal with some of the more pressing individual pastoral issues.
The Chaplain and the School Counsellor are on hand if you are in a situation where you feel you need confidential consultation.
The whole system is overseen by the Second Master and it ensures that your well-being and the well-being of every pupils always at the heart of the school's concerns.
Summary, we have eight houses.
The House Tutor system forms the basis for both our pastoral care and our academic supervision.
Each of you has a tutor and the tutor stays with you right through your time at MTS.
Tutors meet with you every Thursday morning at 08.40 in their tutor rooms for 25 minutes. Additional meetings may be arranged outside these times as needs must.
Tutor groups are typically small, so your tutor can get to know you really well. Each tutor has a maximum of fourteen tutees and obviously they come from every age group, so you get to know boys outside your own year group and older boys can help you settle in.
Each new boy will get a letter before September to welcome you to the school community.