School Newsletter

School NewsletterThe latest School Newsletter has stories of  fantastic group efforts and exceptional achievements by individual pupils and Sixth Form students.  We were delighted to receive the Church School Inspection report this week, [more]

Year 9 Residential

Year 9 ResidentialYear 9 pupils from Bell, Burrows, King and Story houses return today after their residential on the Isle of Wight "I loved spending 3 days on the Isle of Wight with my friends.  [more]

'An Outstanding Church School'

'An Outstanding Church School'The SIAMS Report following the Church School Inspection before half-term.  SIAMS  stands for Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools, and church schools are subject to an inspection every five Mr Derek Holloway, [more]

Rehearsals for Romeo & Juliet

Rehearsals for Romeo & JulietPupils, students and staff have been working hard in rehearsals for next week's production of Romeo & Juliet which takes place at 6.30pm next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening. Early signs show it promises [more]

Digital Leaders support Safer Internet Day

Digital Leaders support Safer Internet DayTuesday 10th February was Safer Internet Day 2015, the theme this year being “Let’s create a better internet together”.  The Bishop Luffa digital leaders supported the day by entering a video [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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