School Aims

  • To provide a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated education through which the National Secondary Curriculum is made accessible for all.
  1. To promote the spiritual, moral, cultural development of students, providing a “I can do” culture that gives opportunities and experiences whilst encouraging life long learning.
  • To promote confidence, responsibility, success and a positive attitude to adult life whilst providing life skills and opportunities for life in the wider community.
  • To provide a suitable, happy and secure working environment in which students develop their abilities and make progress according to their individual needs.
  • To acknowledge the uniqueness and intrinsic value of all students and staff in school.
  • To forge positive working relationships with parents and encourage a partnership between home and school, involving parents in all aspects and stages of school life.
  • To encourage students to pursue personal interests, to make their own choices and decisions so they can contribute positively to society.
  • To promote equal opportunities, embracing everybody regardless of disability, gender, race, age or sexuality.