Vision and Values - Life In All Its Fullness
St. Luke's Vision and Aims
Our Vision is to offer Life In All Its Fullness (John 10:10b)
'I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.' John 10.10b
Our vision is to provide all our pupils with opportunities to shine, develop and flourish; we do this through offering high quality enriching experiences that in turn inform the quality of our creative curriculum and inform our school values. We protect, nurture and guide.
Like the parable of The Good Shepherd (John 10:1-5) we watch over our flock and care for their welfare and safety, we allow our sheep to come in and go out and find new pastures. Jesus emphasises the voice of the shepherd, "The sheep hear his voice." "The sheep follow him, for they know his voice."
We wish our flock a life of abundance; abundance is an appreciation of life in its fullness, joy and strength of body, mind and soul. This is the cultivation of respect for the creative energy of the universe.
Our driving ethos is to "Cherish, Challenge, Aspire and Achieve" and these values reflect our core understanding and beliefs. As a school, we aim to ensure that all children are provided with high quality learning experiences based on a broad, balanced and creative curriculum.
Our vision and ethos promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of all pupils at St. Luke's, leading to a consistently high level of pupil progress overtime, this in turn prepares pupils for the challenges, opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life; ultimately we approach our service through our vision of enrichment, love and opportunity.
We believe that our St. Luke's Christian core values help prepare all of our children to become responsible and caring people in today’s Modern Britain. We value each child, in our flock, as an individual with different talents and needs.
We are here to enable and encourage, each and every one, to achieve their best and to equip them with the skills to be ready for the next stages of their lives.