The School’s Aims
To provide outstanding learning opportunities inside and outside of the classroom through which all of its students will:
• Aspire, achieve and excel beyond expectations
• Develop spiritual and moral values
• Understand their role in the community and appreciate and embrace diversity in all its forms
The School’s Objectives
To recognise and record the achievements of all pupils.
To support and extend pupils of all abilities.
To provide a wide range of courses leading to external qualifications, including those which recognise vocational and practical skills.
To provide a pastoral system which enables every child to feel sufficiently secure and confident to discuss personal matters with staff and which offers appropriate support.
To encourage service to the community and support for the disadvantaged through direct help and charitable fundraising.
To provide individual advice and guidance which will enable pupils to transfer to appropriate work or further education.
To encourage pupils to show respect and consideration for others and their property.
To intervene where there is unhappiness, including that caused by bullying.
To encourage all to participate in a wide range of extra-curricular activities including competitive sport.
To give the opportunity for all to have residential experience including the opportunity to use language and other skills abroad.
To make the school a safe, stimulating and comfortable environment, well maintained and free from litter and graffiti.