Luckley House School is built on the Christian foundations of love and service. We enable our pupils to thrive in a secure and encouraging environment, thereby equipping each individual to be resourceful and resilient – ready to take on life’s many challenges and opportunities.
As such our aims may be summarised as follows:
- To enable each individual pupil to reach their potential within a secure and caring community, thus equipping them with the skills they need as they grow up into our ever-changing society.
- To promote and atmosphere of friendship and trust so that the worth, dignity and contribution of each member of the school community is encouraged and appreciated.
- To foster self-discipline, self-esteem, mutual respect and cooperation. This includes promoting behaviour and discipline that allows all to succeed in a supportive environment.
- To provide a ‘complete’ education so that pupils are equipped for both their careers and their wider lives.
- To have high expectations in academic study, so that each individual pupil is able to achieve the best possible grades in public examinations, according to their own aptitude.
- To provide an education that extends beyond the purely academic. Pupils are actively encouraged to take part in a wide range of artistic, creative, cultural, musical, sporting and other co-curricular activities.
- To enable all pupils to develop the ability to think independently, to overcome difficulties and to be resilient in the face of adversity.
- To be aware of and respond to the wider needs of society through charity fundraising, community projects, taking part in national schemes (such as NCS) and by having an awareness of national and world issues.
- To offer scope for spiritual, moral and personal development within an environment which promotes and affirms Christian values.
- To uphold and actively promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.