Through the high expectations and standards we set, all our young people are encouraged and helped to go further than they had thought possible in their academic, co-curricular, community and leadership journeys.  We want them to become confident, civilised, tolerant and open-minded individuals who possess a love of learning and a strong sense of self-discipline along with a set of values reflecting our principles as a Christian Foundation.

Each will have taken a slightly different journey by the time they finish their School education, but our ultimate destinations for all are the same: that they will work hard to fulfil their true potential and add value to their lives.

Academic attainment is important, but this is only one part of what makes a child successful in life. Every pupil has the opportunity to play a musical instrument, perform on stage, enjoy the creative arts and play a variety of sports, at the level that best suits their interest and ability.

One of our greatest strengths is our community; the relationships enjoyed between staff, pupils and parents are exemplary. The House system fosters the School’s family atmosphere and friendly House competitions provide opportunities for every child to contribute and be applauded for their efforts.