At St. Luke's Church of England Primary School we believe that each one of us is of equal importance in the sight of God. We recognise the uniqueness of every individual and the contribution that each individual brings to our school community – we are all God’s special children growing together in faith, love, knowledge and understanding. We aim to ensure that every child’s special talents are suitably challenged and developed.
We place great emphasis on academic achievement, the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of each child, and we expect high standards of behaviour and appearance. We aim to develop independence in both work and judgement. We want every child to be able to work well with other, showing social skills of co-operation and leadership and to be motivated to develop from a wide range of experiences.
At St. Luke's Church of England Primary School we believe it is vital that children learn to serve God and one another. It is not only what we are taught but how we are taught; children learn and grow in understanding as much from our attitudes, our behaviour, our caring for each other and our own commitment to God. We must ensure that this is evident in our relationships with each other.
We hope all children who come to this school will enjoy their time with us and grow into happy, strong and lively members of the community.
Christian values and high expectations are at the heart of all aspects of our school life, providing a safe, happy and inclusive learning environment where children are encouraged to develop respect, self-esteem and confidence. We aim to find exciting ways to educate, making use of the latest development in technology.
At Christ Church and St. Luke's we celebrate success and encourage everyone to achieve their full potential by working together in partnership with parents, carers, the Church and wider community.