We try very hard to find the area for each individual that leads to excellence and not just, of course, in the classroom. Academic success is something we value highly, but we are proud of the achievements of our pupils in all fields.
We will encourage you to compete hard and achieve your best, and not only in the classroom but in all areas of school life.
All pupils benefit from the holistic approach to education on offer here. Our children develop as part of the school family and as individuals. They become confident young adults with a high level of social skills, aware of the importance of good conduct. They learn the rewards that are the result of hard work both in and out of the classroom. They learn to serve and think of others. The very positive relationships that exist between staff and pupils are an essential part of this development.
Boys and girls are present in equal numbers at the school. Our pupils achieve their best because we believe the pastoral care and the relationships that exist between the young and the old are exceptional. We trust in the children; in their right to think for themselves and express their opinions freely and in their latent talent, which can be developed in our unique surroundings.
Every person, pupil or adult, has the right to receive courtesy, consideration and respect from all others in the community and to live happily in an environment that is caring and safe. Each should be free to carry out their work of learning, teaching or caring and to benefit from all that the School has to offer.