First pics from Year 7 residential

First pics from Year 7 residentialWe have received the first pictures from the Isle of Wight residential.  Pupils returned happy - and exhausted!  Report to [more]

The World of Business

The World of Business Students from both of our Young Enterprise companies, Elevate and Osmosis, and some of our Economics students attended a conference on Monday 13 October lead by four visiting speakers, each giving valuable advice to help aspiring [more]

Year 7 Isle of Wight Residential

Year 7 Isle of Wight ResidentialYear 7 pupils wtih Heads of House and tutors in Ridgeway, Sherborne, Story and Wilson houses are at the Isle of Wight from today until Wednesday and Bell, Burrrows, King and [more]

Economics Conference

Economics ConferenceOn Thursday 9 October 33 Sixth Form Economists with Mr West and Mrs Ellison attended the IEA Sixth Form Conference.  After the welcome and introduction Dr Steve Davies spoke about the History [more]

A life-saving gift from the PFA

A life-saving gift from the PFAThe Parents and Friends Association (PFA) has bought the school a defibrillator. A defibrillator is a life-saving device, which restores a normal heartbeat to a victim after a cardiac arrest. The [more]

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Welcome

Mr Nick Taunt MA (Oxon)

Welcome to Bishop Luffa School. We aim to foster the intellectual, social, creative, physical, moral and spiritual development of all our pupils.

We see each child as a unique person with a God-given individual identity. We strive to help children learn to live together and work for the common good, not just for themselves. We recognise that only in giving due importance to moral and spiritual development can a child grow into a mature adult.

Our curriculum and pastoral arrangements are not an end in themselves. They are the means to develop our pupils into whole, happy and well-educated people. This is a joint enterprise between pupil, school, home, church and the wider community. Each of us plays a vital role in realising our vision:

Always our best because everyone matters

With the shared involvement of every individual, we aspire to be a confident outward-looking Christian community in which every member

  • enjoys creative, dynamic and reflective learning
  • is supported, challenged and equipped for the future
  • values and takes responsibility for themselves and others
  • relies on and builds supportive and lasting relationships

Mr Nick Taunt MA (Oxon)
Headteacher

 

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