Aims of the School

  • To develop and maintain in pupils, lively and enquiring minds; to promote the ability to question and argue rationally; to encourage pupils to apply themselves to a range of tasks and skills.
  • To emphasise the importance of language, number, the aesthetic and physical areas of learning and to develop competence in them.
  • To foster attitudes which will instil self-confidence in pupils, create in them a sense of personal excellence and help them acquire knowledge and skills relevant to life and work in a fast changing world.
  • To help pupils develop perceptive, spiritual and moral values and an understanding of religious faiths and beliefs of others.
  • To help pupils understand the world in which they live and the inter-dependence of individuals, groups and nations.
  • To develop in pupils the ability to appreciate critically human achievements and aspirations.