Hour of Code

Hour of CodeComputer Science Education Week, from 5-11 December, is here! Bishop Luffa KS3 pupils are exploring new computing concepts with a one-hour activity this week.  They are selecting a tutorial from https://hourofcode.com/uk/learn [more]

Celebrate Burns Night at Bishop Luffa

Celebrate Burns Night at Bishop LuffaSaturday 21 January sees the School’s Bartlett Hall transformed into a little piece of Scotland for the evening as we celebrate and honour the Scottish poet Robbie Burns, who gave us (amongst [more]

WorthLess? Update - November 2016

WorthLess? Update - November 2016You will be aware that school leaders from across West Sussex have been meeting with local MPs – Jeremy Quin and Nick Herbert -  and the Leader of West Sussex County [more]

Bishop Luffa Parents Prayer & Support Group

Bishop Luffa Parents Prayer & Support GroupThe Bishop Luffa Parents Prayer and Support Group meets once every half term. Our aim is to support the school community through prayer. Our next meeting is Monday 5th December in the [more]

Oxford's St John's College inspires Year 10s

Oxford's St John's College inspires Year 10sTen Year 10 pupils were recently selected to visit Oxford University for an exciting insight into prestigious university life. Here is two of the pupils' report of the day: "When we arrived, [more]

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