Luckley enjoys a reputation for high standards of pastoral care. All pupils have daily contact with their form tutor, who takes a close interest in their academic and social welfare. Regular meetings with the Deputy Head provide a forum for all staff to discuss the individual progress of each child.
Sixth Form students are also assigned to a form tutor who monitors their progress and gives them additional support necessary for the university application process and career choices. There is a specialist careers coordinator and library.
Relationships with families are of uttermost importance and this is reflected in Luckley’s approach to communicating with parents. You will be welcomed into school to talk over any concerns which arise.
The School sends communication home with the pupils as well as using PARENTMAIL an email and text communication service, as well as Doddle, a progress tracking system.
A comprehensive programme embracing citizenship and careers, along with personal, social and health education (PSHE) is part of the core curriculum for Years 7 to 11. This is taught as a discrete subject with additional support from form tutors.
Outside speakers regularly complement the work of the Luckley staff. Sixth Form provision remains under the direction of the Head of Sixth Form with support from tutors.
Healthy eating is on the menu at Luckley. Our dedicated catering team provide nutritious, varied and tasty meals throughout the year. All pupils have school lunches which are included within the school fees.
Vegetarian and vegan options are always available and special dietary requirements are easily catered for.
Boarders have an a-la carte menu, enabling them to select meals from several options.
We have a well-equipped Medical Centre run by a fully qualified Nurse, which is open between the hours of 8.15am and 12.15pm. Appointments are organised for boarders through the surgery for the doctors, dentist, orthodontist, opticians and vaccinations. Medical insurance schemes are available on request.
All medication for boarders must be given to the medical staff, including any vitamin tablets or supplements.
Medication for day students should be handed in to the School Office, labelled with name and full instructions. Students will be expected to report to the Office for their medication at the appropriate times.
Any day pupils who become unwell after the School Nurse has left, should report to the School Office and will be sent home if unable to continue lessons.
All staff have a First Aid qualification and access to a fully stocked First Aid kit, and a number have an advanced qualification (First Aid at Work).