Luckley is a warm and welcoming school; we are a community, small enough at around 350 for everyone to be seen, valued and counted, but large enough to provide an excellent education, hosting a wide variety of academic, sport and creative opportunities.
We are a co-educational school with the privilege of educating boys and girls from Year 7 through to Year 13, with both day and boarding places on offer.DISCOVER
Our Mission and Vision
Our mission is to provide a Christian education for boys and girls of secondary school age, both day pupils and boarders, characterised by academic excellence, a rich and diverse range of opportunity, aspiration and enthusiasm for life, and generosity of spirit.
Luckley House is designated Church of England, Evangelical under the Designation of Schools Having a Religious Character (Independent Schools) (England) (No.2) Order 2004 and is closely linked with Church Society. The School is built on the foundations of love and service and aims to equip pupils to live their lives well.
At Luckley, pupils have the opportunity to develop spiritually, to reflect on the big questions of life and to refine their moral judgement in order to make wise decisions to shape their own futures and that of our world.Discover
Luckley House School has a fascinating history of change and evolution, spanning more than 100 years.Discover
Luckley House School boasts superb facilities and our on-going programme of refurbishment and development ensures that we preserve our beautiful buildings and add new facilities to our site.Discover
Our School Policies
We have clearly defined policies and procedures for every aspect of our school.
Copies of all our policies are available from the Registrar by emailing Registrar@luckleyhouseschool.org or telephoning 0118 974 3221.Discover
Luckley has a dedicated staff of highly trained and skilled professionals, who are committed to providing a first-class education for our pupils.Discover
The Board of Governors is an integral part of Luckley House School. Governors meet regularly to oversee the work of the School and they attend many of our School events.Discover
Luckley Alumni is made up of former pupils and staff from Oakfield, Luckley-Oakfield and Luckley House Schools, and provides a facility for members to keep in touch, not only with each other, but with events and news from the School.Discover
Luckley House Friends
“Parents working together for our Children”
Providing pupils with a wide range of extra-curricular activities is a key strength of Luckley House School and the Luckley House Friends are here to support and help fund many of these events.Discover
If you are looking for a career in a School where class sizes are small, where teachers receive excellent CPD and teach in state of the art facilities then Luckley House School could be for you.Discover
ISI Report 2020
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We continue to strengthen our position as a leading independent school; with an education that is attractive, relevant and marked by excellence. The support of our strong and vibrant community has made possible the sustained development of our estate, curriculum and tuition. Our vision is for continued investment to enhance the quality and extent of a Luckley education. Without the kindness and generosity of our network of benefactors we could not continue to serve our pupils with an increasingly, outstanding schooling experience.