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  1. The school opened its gates to the community in 1992, marking this the 24th year. We boast a large school population of 1230 learners. All of our 48 educators are fully qualified, permanent educators. We also have 5 service staff and 24 security that has the backing of the Chubb Rapid Response unit. All of our Learners do Pure Mathematics in Grade 10. We also offer 15-course packages which include: Engineering, Graphics and Design, Travel and & Tourism, Hospitality Studies, Dramatic Arts, Physics, Mathematics, Life Sciences, and Geography to name a few. We are thus able to offer such a wide range of courses to cater to the various needs of your child/ward. Hillgrove Secondary School commits itself to the provision of quality of education for all persons we will: Foster high aspirations Create a safe and disciplined environment conducive to learning Equip all persons to participate effectively with all South Africans The ethos of the school strives to achieve excellence in academic endeavors, sport and sportsmanship, and cultural activities. The school aims to provide a supportive and structured educational environment where learners are encouraged to reach their potential academically as well as in sporting and cultural activities. Our Matric pass rate has been 90% and above for the last 4 years. Many former learners have pursued illustrious careers ranging from Medical Doctors to Chartered Accountants to pilots, from Finance Managers to Chefs, and from Chemical Technologists to Engineering, after passing through our portals. This demonstrates that we have a band of dedicated educators, who build the foundations, enabling learners to cope at the various tertiary institutions. We have also received numerous accolades for progress from the Department of Education. We are the only high school in the area that hosts after-school matric tuition classes until 16H00 daily and also on Saturdays. At present we have managed to secure the assistance of Dr. Xolo, a senior lecturer in Mathematics, to conduct classes with small groups of learners in Grade 12 in Mathematics. Many of our staff members have been selected to conduct workshops with educators from other schools. Traditional school sports are not only restricted to athletics but include activities such as soccer, netball, volleyball, etc. Many afternoons are reserved to accommodate fixtures. Eg. Grade 8 plays on Monday from 2:30 to 3:30.This is a compulsory sports program. Our grounds can accommodate a fully-fledged soccer match. We have enhanced our sports program to include touch rugby and aerobics. We also offer athletics, volleyball, netball, and soccer. A new media center was launched by a representative of Ms. Peggy Nkonyeni, our MEC Education in 2014. We also have big screens featured together with photocopying facilities. One of the attractive features of the media center is that we have computers and internet access for learners. Our media center is managed by a qualified full-time librarian. For grades 8&9, we offer computer lessons in our new IT Labs, which accommodates 42 learners per period. There is no extra cost involved in this. We aim to ensure that our learners are computer literate. The school is currently installing a state-of-the-art internet and telephone system through NEOTEL and will be a fully-fledged wi-fi zone via this system. Important information is also communicated to you in this way. The use of tablets will be promoted as study material can be uploaded. In 2015, we refurbished our main hall with porcelain tiles, a new ceiling, a new stage area, upgraded toilets, and kitchen facilities. (Enquire about discounted hall hire rates for parents and learners). The outsourced school tuck shop caters to the needs of all learners and educators with a wide range of foods available. Several organizers (eg. Sofie Darbar) provide basic sandwiches for learners who come from disadvantaged homes. Our grade 8 intake for the academic year 2016 will be an advantaged position since 2016 marks our 25th Anniversary. Immense planning is underway to commemorate this event: Fun days, concerts, dinner dances and various others have been planned to make this milestone. We would like you to be part of this historic time by enrolling your child at our school. View full school
  2. The school opened its gates to the community in 1992, marking this the 24th year. We boast a large school population of 1230 learners. All of our 48 educators are fully qualified, permanent educators. We also have 5 service staff and 24 security that has the backing of the Chubb Rapid Response unit. All of our Learners do Pure Mathematics in Grade 10. We also offer 15-course packages which include: Engineering, Graphics and Design, Travel and & Tourism, Hospitality Studies, Dramatic Arts, Physics, Mathematics, Life Sciences, and Geography to name a few. We are thus able to offer such a wide range of courses to cater to the various needs of your child/ward. Hillgrove Secondary School commits itself to the provision of quality of education for all persons we will: Foster high aspirations Create a safe and disciplined environment conducive to learning Equip all persons to participate effectively with all South Africans The ethos of the school strives to achieve excellence in academic endeavors, sport and sportsmanship, and cultural activities. The school aims to provide a supportive and structured educational environment where learners are encouraged to reach their potential academically as well as in sporting and cultural activities. Our Matric pass rate has been 90% and above for the last 4 years. Many former learners have pursued illustrious careers ranging from Medical Doctors to Chartered Accountants to pilots, from Finance Managers to Chefs, and from Chemical Technologists to Engineering, after passing through our portals. This demonstrates that we have a band of dedicated educators, who build the foundations, enabling learners to cope at the various tertiary institutions. We have also received numerous accolades for progress from the Department of Education. We are the only high school in the area that hosts after-school matric tuition classes until 16H00 daily and also on Saturdays. At present we have managed to secure the assistance of Dr. Xolo, a senior lecturer in Mathematics, to conduct classes with small groups of learners in Grade 12 in Mathematics. Many of our staff members have been selected to conduct workshops with educators from other schools. Traditional school sports are not only restricted to athletics but include activities such as soccer, netball, volleyball, etc. Many afternoons are reserved to accommodate fixtures. Eg. Grade 8 plays on Monday from 2:30 to 3:30.This is a compulsory sports program. Our grounds can accommodate a fully-fledged soccer match. We have enhanced our sports program to include touch rugby and aerobics. We also offer athletics, volleyball, netball, and soccer. A new media center was launched by a representative of Ms. Peggy Nkonyeni, our MEC Education in 2014. We also have big screens featured together with photocopying facilities. One of the attractive features of the media center is that we have computers and internet access for learners. Our media center is managed by a qualified full-time librarian. For grades 8&9, we offer computer lessons in our new IT Labs, which accommodates 42 learners per period. There is no extra cost involved in this. We aim to ensure that our learners are computer literate. The school is currently installing a state-of-the-art internet and telephone system through NEOTEL and will be a fully-fledged wi-fi zone via this system. Important information is also communicated to you in this way. The use of tablets will be promoted as study material can be uploaded. In 2015, we refurbished our main hall with porcelain tiles, a new ceiling, a new stage area, upgraded toilets, and kitchen facilities. (Enquire about discounted hall hire rates for parents and learners). The outsourced school tuck shop caters to the needs of all learners and educators with a wide range of foods available. Several organizers (eg. Sofie Darbar) provide basic sandwiches for learners who come from disadvantaged homes. Our grade 8 intake for the academic year 2016 will be an advantaged position since 2016 marks our 25th Anniversary. Immense planning is underway to commemorate this event: Fun days, concerts, dinner dances and various others have been planned to make this milestone. We would like you to be part of this historic time by enrolling your child at our school.
  3. Lenasia Secondary School or Lenz High as it is more commonly known to the community has been instrumental in the education of the Lenasia community. Lenz High is the first school that was built in Lenasia by the then apartheid government to cater to the educational needs of the Indian community. In the early years, the school was attended by few residents from Lenasia and many learners from Fordburg in Johannesburg were forced by the apartheid regime to travel daily by train to the school. Lenasia Secondary School has served Lenasia, and Johannesburg since 1955. The school has been innovative in adapting to change and remains well-positioned to provide for learners in a constantly changing global environment. In fulfilling its clear vision and mission the school has developed, grown, and excelled. The School is well known and respected throughout Lenasia and its surrounding areas and many of its Alumni continue to be influential in many facets of society and make a sustained and invaluable contribution to society wherever they may be. Lenz High has through the many years of its existence produced and continues to produce many skilled community members that are leaders in the areas of Arts, Science, Engineering, Medicine, Sport, and even the Politics of South Africa. Many of the school's past learners enjoy a best-of-breed status in their respective careers, which provides testimony to the school's achievement. The key values which drive Lenz High and which are imparted to the school's learners are Leadership, tolerance, respect for others, and loyalty to our school and country. The ethos of Lenz High is structured on these key values and the school continues to innovatively adapt to any new developments in teaching and learning. The winds of change sweeping across our country confirm the long-standing values and traditions of Lenz High. The School is a very busy place because it offers a diversity of activities. The pages that follow detail that diversity and hopefully provide a sense of the pleasure, privilege, and responsibility associated with being a product of Lenz High. Our vision is to become a world-class school that provides academic, sporting, and leadership excellence that will provide all our learners with a strong sense of social responsibility, environmental awareness and who are leaders in every discipline who value and respect the rights of all. Achieve educational excellence Develop a comprehensive guiding philosophy that promotes commitment, enthusiasm, professionalism, ownership, and achievement Transform Lenasia Secondary School into an educational institution that every learner aspires to attend and every educator will want to be part of Care for and value each of our learners, educators, and parents Create an environment that supports educational excellence and achievement Provide all our learners with the skills that will help them to succeed in a global environment Foster a culture of learning and harmony amongst all our stakeholders Develop critical thinking skills amongst our learners Our internal disciplinary procedures are based on a restorative approach to discipline and are aimed at learners understanding how their actions affect/impact others. In most cases, the consequences for infringements should be immediate. View full school
  4. Lenasia Secondary School or Lenz High as it is more commonly known to the community has been instrumental in the education of the Lenasia community. Lenz High is the first school that was built in Lenasia by the then apartheid government to cater to the educational needs of the Indian community. In the early years, the school was attended by few residents from Lenasia and many learners from Fordburg in Johannesburg were forced by the apartheid regime to travel daily by train to the school. Lenasia Secondary School has served Lenasia, and Johannesburg since 1955. The school has been innovative in adapting to change and remains well-positioned to provide for learners in a constantly changing global environment. In fulfilling its clear vision and mission the school has developed, grown, and excelled. The School is well known and respected throughout Lenasia and its surrounding areas and many of its Alumni continue to be influential in many facets of society and make a sustained and invaluable contribution to society wherever they may be. Lenz High has through the many years of its existence produced and continues to produce many skilled community members that are leaders in the areas of Arts, Science, Engineering, Medicine, Sport, and even the Politics of South Africa. Many of the school's past learners enjoy a best-of-breed status in their respective careers, which provides testimony to the school's achievement. The key values which drive Lenz High and which are imparted to the school's learners are Leadership, tolerance, respect for others, and loyalty to our school and country. The ethos of Lenz High is structured on these key values and the school continues to innovatively adapt to any new developments in teaching and learning. The winds of change sweeping across our country confirm the long-standing values and traditions of Lenz High. The School is a very busy place because it offers a diversity of activities. The pages that follow detail that diversity and hopefully provide a sense of the pleasure, privilege, and responsibility associated with being a product of Lenz High. Our vision is to become a world-class school that provides academic, sporting, and leadership excellence that will provide all our learners with a strong sense of social responsibility, environmental awareness and who are leaders in every discipline who value and respect the rights of all. Achieve educational excellence Develop a comprehensive guiding philosophy that promotes commitment, enthusiasm, professionalism, ownership, and achievement Transform Lenasia Secondary School into an educational institution that every learner aspires to attend and every educator will want to be part of Care for and value each of our learners, educators, and parents Create an environment that supports educational excellence and achievement Provide all our learners with the skills that will help them to succeed in a global environment Foster a culture of learning and harmony amongst all our stakeholders Develop critical thinking skills amongst our learners Our internal disciplinary procedures are based on a restorative approach to discipline and are aimed at learners understanding how their actions affect/impact others. In most cases, the consequences for infringements should be immediate.
  5. As the best school in the Free State, we provide quality teaching, sports, and cultural activities to our learners to help them discover and achieve their full potential in a safe environment through committed educators and parents. The first principal was Mr. Kgetsi from Bethlehem supported by messers Mphatsoe, Motshabi, Lengolo Tsie, Mahapu Bochedi. Mrs. Majola nee Madondo, Mr. B. Mokotjo, Mr. Shai, and Mrs. Shai The first group wrote Junior Certificate (J. C.) 1973 Mr. Kgetsi was promoted to inspectorship, while the construction of the school building was still underway at Block 7, (the present site). 10 classrooms, not impressive with steel doors hinged from the outside, 3 other small rooms used as the Principal’s office, library, laboratory, bucket system toilets, and no electricity. To be the best performing and trend-setting school in the Free State. As the best school in the Free State, we provide quality teaching, sports, and cultural activities to our learners to help. The reason I mentioning this is that as a school we, are proud of the fact that my team and I, persevered with you and offered critical subjects like Maths and Science together and Maths and Accounting respectively, while others elsewhere chose the easy way out and offered learners Maths Literacy, combined with Physics while Accounting was abolished and replaced with Tourism, merely for purposes of churning out a high pass rate but to where exactly? We are proud to have had the foresight to be in sync with the national objective and imperative to prioritize science subjects. Many learners who attained distinctions in other schools have spoken of their desire to study Actuarial Science, Engineering, and other fields which will not only guarantee them jobs but also help our country accumulate scarce skills to become economically competitive. You too can make it wherever you go. Convince yourself that you will make it and imagine it vividly, ardently desire it, sincerely believe it, and enthusiastically act upon your resolve to attain your dream. This applies in full measure, to those who did not make it or achieved less than what they hoped for. My team and I, a wonderful combination of educators who are armed with a sense of purpose, and ably assisted by our competent administration will seek to raise the bar. On behalf of my SMT, educators, and SGB, I declare that we will remain focused in pursuance of excellence towards quality results that will guarantee the futures and prospects of our learners. Last but not least, I wish to welcome the class of 2014 and thus urge you, our children, to formulate and stamp indelibly on your minds a picture of yourselves as succeeding hold it tenaciously and never let that picture fade. Do not build up obstacles in your imagination in the process. Continue to envision your success, and you will achieve it! Obstacles will indeed be thrown your way as it is like life, but maintain an attitude of a winner, because, if you think about winning, you will attract it, but if you think about under-achieving or failing all the time, you will also attract that which you think about. View full school
  6. As the best school in the Free State, we provide quality teaching, sports, and cultural activities to our learners to help them discover and achieve their full potential in a safe environment through committed educators and parents. The first principal was Mr. Kgetsi from Bethlehem supported by messers Mphatsoe, Motshabi, Lengolo Tsie, Mahapu Bochedi. Mrs. Majola nee Madondo, Mr. B. Mokotjo, Mr. Shai, and Mrs. Shai The first group wrote Junior Certificate (J. C.) 1973 Mr. Kgetsi was promoted to inspectorship, while the construction of the school building was still underway at Block 7, (the present site). 10 classrooms, not impressive with steel doors hinged from the outside, 3 other small rooms used as the Principal’s office, library, laboratory, bucket system toilets, and no electricity. To be the best performing and trend-setting school in the Free State. As the best school in the Free State, we provide quality teaching, sports, and cultural activities to our learners to help. The reason I mentioning this is that as a school we, are proud of the fact that my team and I, persevered with you and offered critical subjects like Maths and Science together and Maths and Accounting respectively, while others elsewhere chose the easy way out and offered learners Maths Literacy, combined with Physics while Accounting was abolished and replaced with Tourism, merely for purposes of churning out a high pass rate but to where exactly? We are proud to have had the foresight to be in sync with the national objective and imperative to prioritize science subjects. Many learners who attained distinctions in other schools have spoken of their desire to study Actuarial Science, Engineering, and other fields which will not only guarantee them jobs but also help our country accumulate scarce skills to become economically competitive. You too can make it wherever you go. Convince yourself that you will make it and imagine it vividly, ardently desire it, sincerely believe it, and enthusiastically act upon your resolve to attain your dream. This applies in full measure, to those who did not make it or achieved less than what they hoped for. My team and I, a wonderful combination of educators who are armed with a sense of purpose, and ably assisted by our competent administration will seek to raise the bar. On behalf of my SMT, educators, and SGB, I declare that we will remain focused in pursuance of excellence towards quality results that will guarantee the futures and prospects of our learners. Last but not least, I wish to welcome the class of 2014 and thus urge you, our children, to formulate and stamp indelibly on your minds a picture of yourselves as succeeding hold it tenaciously and never let that picture fade. Do not build up obstacles in your imagination in the process. Continue to envision your success, and you will achieve it! Obstacles will indeed be thrown your way as it is like life, but maintain an attitude of a winner, because, if you think about winning, you will attract it, but if you think about under-achieving or failing all the time, you will also attract that which you think about.
  7. Thank you for considering Adventist School in Mouseitbeh (ASM). For everyone, the most valuable resources are our children,” a fact that remains true. School years are an exciting time of growth and change. Throughout this significant period, ASM provides a safe environment for students to grow with the support of peers and the guidance of caring professional teachers. To ensure the vision and philosophy of The Seventh Day Adventist Church, we offer eminence Adventist education, and a variety of academic, artistic, athletic, outdoor education, and service experiences are essential in school life. Students are encouraged to advance leadership and character skills through service to others and to practice the necessary balance of discipline and structure playful and joyful learning and increased independence and responsibility to confirm their healthy spiritual, intellectual, personal, and social development. We attempt to convey the highest quality education for each child so that they can be prepared for success in life. ASM is a place where students excel, life-long friendships are developed they begin to answer the essential question of adolescence: “Who am I and where am I going?” We also offer creative teaching that allows students to realize new talents. Cooperative projects strengthen the importance of teamwork and collective accomplishment, while interdisciplinary learning helps students make meaningful connections between school life and real life, and helps raise understanding and concern for others. Field trips, community outreach, guest speakers, assemblies, and other events expose our students to the outside world, and we consider them essential parts of learning. Through all grades, our platform values critical thinking that urges students to analyze information to form their thoughts. Each year, we are proud to watch our students grow into young ladies and gentlemen who are ready to share their thoughts and ideas with the world, who are skillful in creative expression, caring friendships, and genuine care for others. Mouseitbeh School is a Seventh-day Adventist mission school dedicated to the idea of providing high-quality education in an environment concerned with the harmonious development of the spiritual, mental, physical, and social development of the students. It intends that its students recognize God as the source of all human knowledge and build a meaningful and fulfilling relationship with him. It challenges its students to develop personal direction in their own lives, be good citizens and be responsive to the needs of others. Adventist Education exists to fulfill human potential in the lives of students and their families. Using our center of attention on the Adventist education Values, we can help your children promote the values that will form their nature as an adult. All the way, through modeling, our teachers will help your child learn wise decision-making, respect for and acceptance of others, cooperation, willingness to meet new challenges, desire to help those in need, value for oneself, and the desire to learn. At MASS, we value relationships (Trust, Respect, Kindness, Sportsmanship), value diversity (Tolerance, Acceptance, Sensitivity), perform with integrity (Responsibility, Patience, Self-control), entrust to service (Compassion, consideration, Generosity), commemorate achievement (Creativity, Initiative, Excellence, Enthusiasm) and develop flexibility (Perseverance, Resourcefulness, Loyalty). Established in 1929, Mouseitbeh Adventist School (member of Adventist Schools Network) started its mission to serve on one floor in the main building of the administration. As its role became essential in the area, MASS kept growing and developed another building to offer better service to the community in a very distinctive way. The distinctiveness of MASS is defined by the following. MASS is a mixed school that comprises a preschool, cycle one, cycle two, intermediate and secondary levels. MASS applies the Lebanese curriculum and considers Arabic as the first taught language whereas English is taught as its first foreign language and French as its second. MASS is a non-profit organization that does not enroll students with special needs. MASS encourages modern educational and cultural approaches. Lebanese Program. This program aims at leading students to fulfill the requirements of the Lebanese Ministry of Education curriculum in preparation for the government examinations. The school implements the curriculum by adopting books that provide healthy and constructive methods that encourage student's involvement in the learning process. Information technology is an integral part of the instructional procedures and students are encouraged to use Information Technology in fulfilling the objective and goals. The objectives of the Lebanese Curriculum set by the ministry of English Language, Science, and Math are fulfilled through American textbooks (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) books that enrich the learning process. Computer-Based Learning. Learning is interactive. It is more effective when students are engaged in interaction with the teacher, other students, and resources, including technology. In these programs, our classes are equipped with Interactive boards, laptops and students use individual mini-laptops where each learns gradually and interactively lessons. As all our students are full members of the school community and deserve a fair chance to learn equally, and as some children experience difficulties in achieving the desired academic goals, we established a specialized program and department that provide special care and assistance to those students and their families to help them integrate into their social and academic environment. View full school
  8. Thank you for considering Adventist School in Mouseitbeh (ASM). For everyone, the most valuable resources are our children,” a fact that remains true. School years are an exciting time of growth and change. Throughout this significant period, ASM provides a safe environment for students to grow with the support of peers and the guidance of caring professional teachers. To ensure the vision and philosophy of The Seventh Day Adventist Church, we offer eminence Adventist education, and a variety of academic, artistic, athletic, outdoor education, and service experiences are essential in school life. Students are encouraged to advance leadership and character skills through service to others and to practice the necessary balance of discipline and structure playful and joyful learning and increased independence and responsibility to confirm their healthy spiritual, intellectual, personal, and social development. We attempt to convey the highest quality education for each child so that they can be prepared for success in life. ASM is a place where students excel, life-long friendships are developed they begin to answer the essential question of adolescence: “Who am I and where am I going?” We also offer creative teaching that allows students to realize new talents. Cooperative projects strengthen the importance of teamwork and collective accomplishment, while interdisciplinary learning helps students make meaningful connections between school life and real life, and helps raise understanding and concern for others. Field trips, community outreach, guest speakers, assemblies, and other events expose our students to the outside world, and we consider them essential parts of learning. Through all grades, our platform values critical thinking that urges students to analyze information to form their thoughts. Each year, we are proud to watch our students grow into young ladies and gentlemen who are ready to share their thoughts and ideas with the world, who are skillful in creative expression, caring friendships, and genuine care for others. Mouseitbeh School is a Seventh-day Adventist mission school dedicated to the idea of providing high-quality education in an environment concerned with the harmonious development of the spiritual, mental, physical, and social development of the students. It intends that its students recognize God as the source of all human knowledge and build a meaningful and fulfilling relationship with him. It challenges its students to develop personal direction in their own lives, be good citizens and be responsive to the needs of others. Adventist Education exists to fulfill human potential in the lives of students and their families. Using our center of attention on the Adventist education Values, we can help your children promote the values that will form their nature as an adult. All the way, through modeling, our teachers will help your child learn wise decision-making, respect for and acceptance of others, cooperation, willingness to meet new challenges, desire to help those in need, value for oneself, and the desire to learn. At MASS, we value relationships (Trust, Respect, Kindness, Sportsmanship), value diversity (Tolerance, Acceptance, Sensitivity), perform with integrity (Responsibility, Patience, Self-control), entrust to service (Compassion, consideration, Generosity), commemorate achievement (Creativity, Initiative, Excellence, Enthusiasm) and develop flexibility (Perseverance, Resourcefulness, Loyalty). Established in 1929, Mouseitbeh Adventist School (member of Adventist Schools Network) started its mission to serve on one floor in the main building of the administration. As its role became essential in the area, MASS kept growing and developed another building to offer better service to the community in a very distinctive way. The distinctiveness of MASS is defined by the following. MASS is a mixed school that comprises a preschool, cycle one, cycle two, intermediate and secondary levels. MASS applies the Lebanese curriculum and considers Arabic as the first taught language whereas English is taught as its first foreign language and French as its second. MASS is a non-profit organization that does not enroll students with special needs. MASS encourages modern educational and cultural approaches. Lebanese Program. This program aims at leading students to fulfill the requirements of the Lebanese Ministry of Education curriculum in preparation for the government examinations. The school implements the curriculum by adopting books that provide healthy and constructive methods that encourage student's involvement in the learning process. Information technology is an integral part of the instructional procedures and students are encouraged to use Information Technology in fulfilling the objective and goals. The objectives of the Lebanese Curriculum set by the ministry of English Language, Science, and Math are fulfilled through American textbooks (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) books that enrich the learning process. Computer-Based Learning. Learning is interactive. It is more effective when students are engaged in interaction with the teacher, other students, and resources, including technology. In these programs, our classes are equipped with Interactive boards, laptops and students use individual mini-laptops where each learns gradually and interactively lessons. As all our students are full members of the school community and deserve a fair chance to learn equally, and as some children experience difficulties in achieving the desired academic goals, we established a specialized program and department that provide special care and assistance to those students and their families to help them integrate into their social and academic environment.
  9. Welcome to Secondary Evangelical School of Zahle. We are proud of our school that stands on more than 150 years of academic excellence. We are thankful to the generations of students, parents, teachers, and Board of Education members who have come before us, serving and strengthening this vibrant institution. Each year we impact the lives of students through a strong academic program. Our graduates go into the world ready to compete and excel. More importantly, they leave SES with an understanding of their creator that will buoy them in good times and in bad. That is a tremendous gift – a gift their parents give them when they choose SES for their education. Our committed faculty and staff inspire students each day as they teach and model our core values: strong moral decision-making, love of learning, positive leadership, and good citizenship. We strive every day to strengthen and inspire our students, preparing them to meet life’s diverse challenges and become positive contributors to society. Secondary Evangelical School is a dynamic, nurturing community that successfully educates students to be critical thinkers, moral decision-makers, Leaders, and contributors to our community and the world. With our dedication to the process of learning, we are keenly focused on the development of the whole of the child's personality. This development occurs both inside and outside of the classroom. The future of our society is based on our ability to change and grow. The skills and knowledge required in the future must enable citizens to make a change in stride. To thrive in this environment, every SES student will need to achieve these goals: be a creative problem-solver, a lifelong learner, an effective communicator. Each student must know how to use and understand technology, work efficiently in group situations and be a responsible, involved citizen. For SES students to be prepared, we teach these skills and knowledge at all levels of their schooling. We help students grow academically, morally, emotionally, and socially. We will enable each student to grow to become the life-long learner and active citizen needed in our society. At Secondary Evangelical School, we look to inspire our students. With successful learning, our students become confident in attitude allowing them to grow into responsible citizens in a global society and effective leaders of tomorrow. We aim to 'Let Their Light Shine'. To prepare dignified and successful world citizens, empowered to meet the challenges of the 21st Century. We will accomplish our vision by ensuring academic excellence by providing high-quality, values-based education. We will develop students holistically, helping them attain all aspects of their full potential: spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical, and artistic. We will be a community of collaborative learners. We will inspire independent, critical thinkers who are diverse in every sense of the word. Our students will take intellectual and creative risks, cross-disciplinary boundaries, and sustain exceptional academic discipline. We will do all of this within a framework of humanistic values and concern for the community. Our graduates will leave SES capable of leading productive and meaningful lives. Our Core Values: The uniqueness of each student and supporting the achievement of their dreams. Encouraging an atmosphere of compassion, equality, tolerance, and respect for human dignity. Safe and caring relationships are built on a foundation of honesty, integrity, trust, and forgiveness. Fostering charity, justice, and service to others. Striving for excellence through a sense of responsibility and self-discipline. Empowering critical and creative thinking. Collaborative learning environment with cooperation between students, teachers, school leaders, and parents. Enabling students to become global citizens and positive leaders to face the challenges of the 21st century. One of the oldest schools in Lebanon, The Secondary Evangelical School of Zahle was established in the 1860s as a missionary institution of the Presbyterian Church. It is registered with the Lebanese Ministry of Education and offers daycare and pre-K through the secondary program (Grade 12) to both Lebanese and International students. Today as throughout its history, SES is supported by the National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon. SES serves students from all Christian and non-Christian affiliations, with no discrimination toward race, religion, or gender. This is a Christian legacy and is a testimony of harmonious interaction and reconciliation in a community that has suffered from generations of Sectarianism. This absolute commitment to inclusiveness addresses what has historically been a source of division and abuse. View full school
  10. Welcome to Secondary Evangelical School of Zahle. We are proud of our school that stands on more than 150 years of academic excellence. We are thankful to the generations of students, parents, teachers, and Board of Education members who have come before us, serving and strengthening this vibrant institution. Each year we impact the lives of students through a strong academic program. Our graduates go into the world ready to compete and excel. More importantly, they leave SES with an understanding of their creator that will buoy them in good times and in bad. That is a tremendous gift – a gift their parents give them when they choose SES for their education. Our committed faculty and staff inspire students each day as they teach and model our core values: strong moral decision-making, love of learning, positive leadership, and good citizenship. We strive every day to strengthen and inspire our students, preparing them to meet life’s diverse challenges and become positive contributors to society. Secondary Evangelical School is a dynamic, nurturing community that successfully educates students to be critical thinkers, moral decision-makers, Leaders, and contributors to our community and the world. With our dedication to the process of learning, we are keenly focused on the development of the whole of the child's personality. This development occurs both inside and outside of the classroom. The future of our society is based on our ability to change and grow. The skills and knowledge required in the future must enable citizens to make a change in stride. To thrive in this environment, every SES student will need to achieve these goals: be a creative problem-solver, a lifelong learner, an effective communicator. Each student must know how to use and understand technology, work efficiently in group situations and be a responsible, involved citizen. For SES students to be prepared, we teach these skills and knowledge at all levels of their schooling. We help students grow academically, morally, emotionally, and socially. We will enable each student to grow to become the life-long learner and active citizen needed in our society. At Secondary Evangelical School, we look to inspire our students. With successful learning, our students become confident in attitude allowing them to grow into responsible citizens in a global society and effective leaders of tomorrow. We aim to 'Let Their Light Shine'. To prepare dignified and successful world citizens, empowered to meet the challenges of the 21st Century. We will accomplish our vision by ensuring academic excellence by providing high-quality, values-based education. We will develop students holistically, helping them attain all aspects of their full potential: spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical, and artistic. We will be a community of collaborative learners. We will inspire independent, critical thinkers who are diverse in every sense of the word. Our students will take intellectual and creative risks, cross-disciplinary boundaries, and sustain exceptional academic discipline. We will do all of this within a framework of humanistic values and concern for the community. Our graduates will leave SES capable of leading productive and meaningful lives. Our Core Values: The uniqueness of each student and supporting the achievement of their dreams. Encouraging an atmosphere of compassion, equality, tolerance, and respect for human dignity. Safe and caring relationships are built on a foundation of honesty, integrity, trust, and forgiveness. Fostering charity, justice, and service to others. Striving for excellence through a sense of responsibility and self-discipline. Empowering critical and creative thinking. Collaborative learning environment with cooperation between students, teachers, school leaders, and parents. Enabling students to become global citizens and positive leaders to face the challenges of the 21st century. One of the oldest schools in Lebanon, The Secondary Evangelical School of Zahle was established in the 1860s as a missionary institution of the Presbyterian Church. It is registered with the Lebanese Ministry of Education and offers daycare and pre-K through the secondary program (Grade 12) to both Lebanese and International students. Today as throughout its history, SES is supported by the National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon. SES serves students from all Christian and non-Christian affiliations, with no discrimination toward race, religion, or gender. This is a Christian legacy and is a testimony of harmonious interaction and reconciliation in a community that has suffered from generations of Sectarianism. This absolute commitment to inclusiveness addresses what has historically been a source of division and abuse.
  11. Encourage others to work together to attain the best outcomes for all. View full school
  12. Encourage others to work together to attain the best outcomes for all.
  13. At Bishop Thomas Grant, we have a long-standing tradition of being a fully inclusive Catholic school. We expect all our students to make exceptional academic progress and to be fully supported in their journeys of faith. We inculcate in our students the importance of hard work, good manners, smart appearance, courtesy, co-operation, and service to others at all times. We ensure a curriculum fit for the 21st Century that is personalized to meet and challenge the needs of individual students. We are a school with traditional values and high aspirations. At Bishop Thomas Grant School, we expect and encourage each student to fulfill their potential, and we enable them to continue to grow in their faith and mature into fine young people. In this ever-changing world, the school continues to evolve and adapt, ensuring that our students develop the skills required to move on to higher education and employment and to confidently take their place in society. The ethos and high aspirational culture of our school are rooted in Gospel values to quote the Diocesan Vision for Education, “We stand on holy ground. Every child, every young person, every adult is a unique image of God.”Parents are the first educators of their child and at Bishop Thomas Grant School we communicate regularly with parents and families. We continue to set challenging targets to make certain that the school builds on its current academic success. This, along with our enrichment program and extra-curricular activities, serves to ensure that our students receive a broad and balanced education and can succeed in life as confident, resilient, and well-rounded individuals. At Bishop Thomas Grant School, our Catholic faith is not simply an added extra that we teach and offer our students it is integrated into the whole life of our School and in all aspects of the curriculum. It is conveyed in the values and attitudes which are incorporated into the way we structure and manage, into the relationships between staff and students, and into the aims we set ourselves. We believe that the Catholic vision of life can enable human beings to become more human. In our School, we undertake to present it, live it, and celebrate it. Our Catholic Vision was acknowledged by the Archdiocese of Southwark in their recent inspection of the school. We are a truly comprehensive school and our curriculum reflects this. Students at Bishop Thomas Grant School will make the expected levels of progress in their subjects and go beyond this. We are committed to ensuring that every child leaves us with the best education to prepare them for their lives as adults and as followers of Christ. When you send your sons and daughters to secondary school you place your trust in us. We have the opportunity as educators to enable students to shine and gain the qualifications that will open the doors to their future careers. We believe passionately that every student at Bishop Thomas Grant School must access a modern curriculum that is fit for purpose, stretching, enjoyable, and that equips them with the skills and knowledge for the future. The curriculum at Bishop Thomas Grant School is reviewed annually to ensure that we are meeting the needs of all students. The best schools do not wait for the world to change before they adapt their curriculum in line with others. The best schools change their curriculum as the world changes and other schools follow them. Students at Bishop Thomas Grant School experience a rich world-class curriculum that will enable our learners of today to be the leaders of tomorrow. View full school
  14. At Bishop Thomas Grant, we have a long-standing tradition of being a fully inclusive Catholic school. We expect all our students to make exceptional academic progress and to be fully supported in their journeys of faith. We inculcate in our students the importance of hard work, good manners, smart appearance, courtesy, co-operation, and service to others at all times. We ensure a curriculum fit for the 21st Century that is personalized to meet and challenge the needs of individual students. We are a school with traditional values and high aspirations. At Bishop Thomas Grant School, we expect and encourage each student to fulfill their potential, and we enable them to continue to grow in their faith and mature into fine young people. In this ever-changing world, the school continues to evolve and adapt, ensuring that our students develop the skills required to move on to higher education and employment and to confidently take their place in society. The ethos and high aspirational culture of our school are rooted in Gospel values to quote the Diocesan Vision for Education, “We stand on holy ground. Every child, every young person, every adult is a unique image of God.”Parents are the first educators of their child and at Bishop Thomas Grant School we communicate regularly with parents and families. We continue to set challenging targets to make certain that the school builds on its current academic success. This, along with our enrichment program and extra-curricular activities, serves to ensure that our students receive a broad and balanced education and can succeed in life as confident, resilient, and well-rounded individuals. At Bishop Thomas Grant School, our Catholic faith is not simply an added extra that we teach and offer our students it is integrated into the whole life of our School and in all aspects of the curriculum. It is conveyed in the values and attitudes which are incorporated into the way we structure and manage, into the relationships between staff and students, and into the aims we set ourselves. We believe that the Catholic vision of life can enable human beings to become more human. In our School, we undertake to present it, live it, and celebrate it. Our Catholic Vision was acknowledged by the Archdiocese of Southwark in their recent inspection of the school. We are a truly comprehensive school and our curriculum reflects this. Students at Bishop Thomas Grant School will make the expected levels of progress in their subjects and go beyond this. We are committed to ensuring that every child leaves us with the best education to prepare them for their lives as adults and as followers of Christ. When you send your sons and daughters to secondary school you place your trust in us. We have the opportunity as educators to enable students to shine and gain the qualifications that will open the doors to their future careers. We believe passionately that every student at Bishop Thomas Grant School must access a modern curriculum that is fit for purpose, stretching, enjoyable, and that equips them with the skills and knowledge for the future. The curriculum at Bishop Thomas Grant School is reviewed annually to ensure that we are meeting the needs of all students. The best schools do not wait for the world to change before they adapt their curriculum in line with others. The best schools change their curriculum as the world changes and other schools follow them. Students at Bishop Thomas Grant School experience a rich world-class curriculum that will enable our learners of today to be the leaders of tomorrow.
  15. Mount Anville is one of the foremost educational establishments for girls in Ireland with a reputation for academic excellence and a strong tradition in sport and the arts. Within a culture of hard work, positive learning experiences, a strong pastoral care system, and excellent facilities, we strive to enable each student to grow to her full potential, developing her gifts and talents in all areas. The Gospel values are cherished, promoted, and practiced in Mount Anville. The school motto ‘In Te Confido’ signals the centrality of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. It is as young women of faith that our students join the adult world with a well-developed belief in their abilities and their responsibility to act as agents of social justice in the local and global community. We prepare our students to live a life that will make a difference to society. It is a great privilege to lead this eminent school as we face a world of new and exciting challenges and opportunities for the young women in our care. What emerges in the pages of this website is a small window onto a world of new knowledge, inspirational teaching, and the many opportunities to thrive that our students experience daily. The atmosphere in Mount Anville School is beautifully expressed in the words of St. Madeleine Sophie Barat, foundress of the Society of the Sacred Heart. View full school
  16. Mount Anville is one of the foremost educational establishments for girls in Ireland with a reputation for academic excellence and a strong tradition in sport and the arts. Within a culture of hard work, positive learning experiences, a strong pastoral care system, and excellent facilities, we strive to enable each student to grow to her full potential, developing her gifts and talents in all areas. The Gospel values are cherished, promoted, and practiced in Mount Anville. The school motto ‘In Te Confido’ signals the centrality of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. It is as young women of faith that our students join the adult world with a well-developed belief in their abilities and their responsibility to act as agents of social justice in the local and global community. We prepare our students to live a life that will make a difference to society. It is a great privilege to lead this eminent school as we face a world of new and exciting challenges and opportunities for the young women in our care. What emerges in the pages of this website is a small window onto a world of new knowledge, inspirational teaching, and the many opportunities to thrive that our students experience daily. The atmosphere in Mount Anville School is beautifully expressed in the words of St. Madeleine Sophie Barat, foundress of the Society of the Sacred Heart.
  17. Our school was first established at a site in Sai Ying Poon through the generosity of the Kadoorie Family in the 1890s. The Hong Kong Government assumed the school management in 1916 and the school later moved to its old site at Eastern Hospital Road. For many years, it was operated as a primary school until the 1960s with the introduction of secondary classes. It has remained a government co-educational secondary school ever since. At the beginning of the new millennium, the school has moved into its present site, a new and very well facilitated school building with the latest modern design, progressing onwards with strength and vitality into a new era ahead. Appreciating the cultural diversity of the students and reflecting on the changing demands of the modern world, the school aims at the holistic development of all students to enable them to become lifelong learners and valuable members of the local and global community. Our school was built according to the most the modern year 2000 (Y2K) design. There are 32 classrooms, 3 computer rooms, 5 laboratories, a music room, a visual arts room, a home management room, a needlework room, a library, a school hall, a mini-hall, an activity center, 3 multipurpose rooms, a covered playground, a canteen, a culture square, a volleyball court, 3 basketball courts, a staff room, a staff common room, a conference room, a STEM room, a social worker's office, a counseling room, a teaching resource center, a parents' resource center, some special rooms and plentiful open areas with special garden landscape design. View full school
  18. Our school was first established at a site in Sai Ying Poon through the generosity of the Kadoorie Family in the 1890s. The Hong Kong Government assumed the school management in 1916 and the school later moved to its old site at Eastern Hospital Road. For many years, it was operated as a primary school until the 1960s with the introduction of secondary classes. It has remained a government co-educational secondary school ever since. At the beginning of the new millennium, the school has moved into its present site, a new and very well facilitated school building with the latest modern design, progressing onwards with strength and vitality into a new era ahead. Appreciating the cultural diversity of the students and reflecting on the changing demands of the modern world, the school aims at the holistic development of all students to enable them to become lifelong learners and valuable members of the local and global community. Our school was built according to the most the modern year 2000 (Y2K) design. There are 32 classrooms, 3 computer rooms, 5 laboratories, a music room, a visual arts room, a home management room, a needlework room, a library, a school hall, a mini-hall, an activity center, 3 multipurpose rooms, a covered playground, a canteen, a culture square, a volleyball court, 3 basketball courts, a staff room, a staff common room, a conference room, a STEM room, a social worker's office, a counseling room, a teaching resource center, a parents' resource center, some special rooms and plentiful open areas with special garden landscape design.
  19. We are very proud of our school and would like to share it with you. Walnut Grove Secondary provides a caring and nurturing environment for all its students. WGSS celebrates learning through academic studies in both English and French, an Advanced Placement program offering university-level courses, an exceptional and diverse fine arts program, a high tech computer studies program, an outstanding applied skills program, and a provincially recognized athletic program. Recognizing the diverse student population, WGSS staff have designed programs that acknowledge each student’s interests, abilities, and goals. Our motto is: “Community Discimus” which translates to “Together We Learn." View full school
  20. We are very proud of our school and would like to share it with you. Walnut Grove Secondary provides a caring and nurturing environment for all its students. WGSS celebrates learning through academic studies in both English and French, an Advanced Placement program offering university-level courses, an exceptional and diverse fine arts program, a high tech computer studies program, an outstanding applied skills program, and a provincially recognized athletic program. Recognizing the diverse student population, WGSS staff have designed programs that acknowledge each student’s interests, abilities, and goals. Our motto is: “Community Discimus” which translates to “Together We Learn."
  21. Turney school is Part of the Lansdowne Turney Federation. The Federation consists of two SEND schools in Lambeth. We see both schools as communities for children and young people with Autistic Spectrum conditions and/or language delay/disorder and associated learning difficulties. Turney School is specifically for children and young people aged from 5-19 years of age with Autistic Spectrum Condition and associated learning difficulties Developing the whole child and young person is important across the Federation. Our ethos is to provide a secure, caring, and supportive environment in which there is an expectation of pupil achievement and raised attainment. This is reflected in all we do and throughout our website. Both schools apply a holistic approach to learning and work closely with the speech therapists, the occupational therapist and the educational psychologist, the school doctor and nurse, as well as outside agencies to enable all children and young people with special educational needs to access the curriculum. All the young people attending Turney have full access to the National Curriculum, the personal, social, health, and citizenship curriculum, as well as a life skills program. In Turney’s Post 16 program the young people follow life skills, independent living, and supported employment pathway which enables them to leave Turney as happy and independent young people, ready to enter Further Education. Both schools in the Federation work closely to ensure the best possible outcomes for the children and young people through shared staff knowledge and training. In line with our shared ethos, the children and young people work across both schools. They have shared PSHCE and work experience programs, as well as the opportunity for young people to move placements across the Federation in KS3 and KS5. At Turney, curriculum opportunities extend across all aspects of the school day. Teaching is not confined to the classroom and at any time staff are there to support, teach, reinforce and develop new skills at lunchtime, playtime, and visits to the community. We aim to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that is appropriate to the needs of each pupil at Turney School. Every pupil has an Individual Education Plan (IEP) designed by the teachers in consultation with the other professionals working with the pupil. Communication plays a great part across Primary, Secondary, and Post 16. The school staff works closely with the speech and language therapists. The speech and language therapists assess the needs of all the pupils entering the school and work with them in the classrooms, in small groups, and individually. We believe in working together to support the children, regularly holding a parent/carers support group, where the communication team comes together with parents/carers to discuss areas of interest. Guest speakers are invited to these meetings including the Speech and Language Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and the Health Education Link Service.
  22. As a Catholic school, our core aims are to nourish an ethos based on Gospel values of Love, Wisdom, Integrity, Justice, and Compassion, and to develop a community that is welcoming, caring, and inclusive. As a Catholic School, we describe our key mission as follows: “to develop as a community of faith and learning, providing the highest quality of education and supporting the formation of each young person through the promotion of Gospel values”. To achieve these aims for our school community we need the support of our parents. Only by working together can we ensure that all the young people in our school community achieve their maximum potential. St Thomas Aquinas RC Secondary is a Roman Catholic, co-educational, secondary school based in the West End of Glasgow. With the largest catchment area of any school in Glasgow, it is no surprise we serve a very diverse set of local communities from Drumchapel through Knightswood, Scotstoun, Partick, and into the city center. The continued success of St Thomas Aquinas RC Secondary School is supported by a very committed teaching staff led by an experienced senior leadership team. Language and literacy are of personal, social, and economic importance. Your ability to use language lies at the center of the development and expression of your emotions, thinking, learning, and sense of personal identity. This course allows you to develop skills in listening, talking, reading, and writing, which is essential for learning, life, and work. You will develop your ability to communicate your thoughts and feelings and respond to those of other people. The skills that you develop in English are useful in a wide range of careers these include teaching, editorial, journalism, administration, legal work, or in the arts. The school library contributes to educational attainment and skills for life by providing a welcoming and well-organized environment, in which staff can teach, pupils can learn, and reading for pleasure can be enjoyed by all. The librarian, Miss Sferrazzo, is on hand three days a week to ensure that staff and pupils get the most out of their visits.
  23. St Margaret Mary's Secondary school is a six-year Roman Catholic Comprehensive School. The values of the school are strongly influenced by Gospel values such as Love, Truth, and Justice. Guided by these values we aim to develop the all-around education of our young people. The school has high academic targets for its young people, reflected by steadily improving exam results in recent years. The development of a Curriculum for Excellence will allow us to challenge our young people to further attain in both academic and personal areas. The school is a community. We work closely with our partner primaries and with our pupils, parents, and carers. Together we aim to motivate our young people to be ambitious for themselves and their community. We encourage them to develop breadth and depth in their academic education. To develop love and care in their education. All areas of their development – spiritual, academic, and personal are supported by experienced and professional staff. The mission of St Margaret Mary’s Secondary School is to develop as a community of faith and learning. We aim to provide the highest quality of educational experience to enable all our young people to become successful learners, confident individuals, responsible citizens, and effective contributors to society. We have a continuous commitment to improving attainment, achievement, and success for all. Learning and Teaching will be the central focus of all aspects of school life. We offer a strong Catholic ethos through the promotion of Gospel Values, through celebration and worship, and through service to the community, where each individual is cared for and valued. All school activities are underpinned by values shared by our pupils, our parents, and our staff. All members of our school community are valued as equal partners in the decisions and workings of the school, in particular, our partnership with parents is integral to all that we do and we continually strive to develop this further. Staff collegiality is another essential element in the promotion and development of our school ethos and St Margaret Mary’s has a strong history of staff collegiality which we continually strive to build upon. St Margaret Mary’s Secondary School ensures our pupils are healthy, safe, and happy, achieving their potential. Our teachers constantly strive to promote high expectations. As a School of Ambition, we actively combat deprivation, promoting ambition as identified in our motto “Only the Best Will Do”. Place2Be's work in secondary schools helps young people to achieve their full potential and deal positively with the difficulties they face. We provide both universal and targeted services for young people in schools, alongside support for parents and consultation and advice for school staff.
  24. In our Catholic school community, we teach that we are all created by God who has lovingly enriched our lives with unique talents and great potential for doing good in the world. In this context, the development and delivery of Curriculum for Excellence is focused on achieving our Vision of Excellence stated below: We will deliver: The highest levels of attainment and achievement for every individual young person Positive aspirational destinations for all our young people as they leave school. We create a learning culture of the highest aspirations and motivation, where all young people are fully engaged and challenged. In every classroom, dynamic, varied, and high-ordered teaching and learning develops a thirst for learning in all our young people to ensure they achieve their potential to become successful learners, confident individuals, responsible citizens, and effective contributors to society. In every learning area, our learners experience active and collaborative learning experiences are given responsibility for their learning and opportunities to co-operate with others in that learning. Our staff ensures that all learning experiences are meaningful to the digital generation and develop skills and knowledge. We create a safe, secure, and happy environment in which young people will thrive, built on mutual respect and love. Our Catholic values and spirituality permeate every aspect of our school life and we pray together as a community. As a community, we reach out in charity, compassion, and respect to others at a local, national and global level. Staff develops and nurtures positive relationships founded on the highest expectations and standards of success, Our young people know our highest expectations and standards of success and make these their own. The voice of our young people is central to the ongoing improvement of our school. An extensive program of discussion is underway with education authorities and headteachers, which is involving engagement with young people and parents. The report A Curriculum for Excellence has created a unified set of purposes and principles for the whole curriculum in Scotland, throughout the early years, primary school and secondary school. We will deliver: The highest levels of attainment and achievement for every individual young person Positive aspirational destinations for all our young people as they leave school.
  25. Sacred Heart Catholic School is a vibrant and dynamic school with high expectations and great ambitions for every one of our pupils. We believe that discipline, structure, and common purpose are solid foundations for success in life and education, and we understand the value of professionalism and innovation in everything we do. We are a Catholic school with very strong moral values and a traditional approach to behavior and discipline our pupils to understand their rights and responsibilities, respect rules and boundaries, and learn to live in honesty and trust. Sacred Heart School consistently achieves outstanding academic results, way above local and national averages in every subject area. For example, in 2014, we became the first state school in Southwark to reach the landmark figure of 90% A*-C including English and Maths. The new measure for Progress 8, a more comprehensive measure of school success, places us firmly as one of the very top-performing schools in the country. Our relatively new Sixth Form has quickly followed suit and we have already sent many students to top universities, including Oxford, Cambridge, and many other members of the Russell Group. We fully expect to maintain the same high standards of academic success at A-Level in the coming years that we have reached GCSE. We also have an exceptional record of helping our pupils to achieve more than they think is possible. Sacred Heart has consistently been in the top 2% of the country for adding value to pupils’ education at both Key Stage 3 and 4. As well as outstanding academic outcomes Sacred Heart prides itself on educating the whole child. Academic results will only go so far and we insist on a comprehensive program of moral education, teaching good manners, respect, and a determination to show our pupils that Gospel values are to be lived by, especially when it comes to looking after and caring for those less fortunate. Our Vision: "As a school dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, we work to bring one another to an awareness of the fullness and meaning of life, rooted in the love of Jesus". Mission Statement: "Our school strives to be a Catholic community in which Christian principles of care and respect are valued, with emphasis on the development of the individual through academic achievement and personal development". To achieve our vision we will: Recognize and treasure the unique gifts of each pupil and do all that we can to allow these to develop and flourish. Provide the highest possible quality of education where each child is challenged to pursue the highest standards in spiritual, moral, cultural, intellectual, and physical development in an environment of academic endeavor and personal discipline. Create a welcoming community of faith that witnesses to the teachings of the gospel and fosters strong bonds of love within the community we serve. Form our pupils in the attitudes of the heart of Jesus expressed in respect, compassion, forgiveness, and generosity. Learning at Sacred Heart is interactive, engaging, and relevant to the real world. Our pupils have a strong grounding in traditional core academic subjects (English, Maths, Science, and RE) from Year 7 onwards, providing a positive platform for achievement in other areas. They learn how to prepare, organize and motivate themselves for work each day, and we support them at every stage of their school career. We want them to be excited by their learning, to recognize its importance, and to be proud of their achievements in every discipline. Sacred Heart has long bathed in the light of outstanding GCSE results and, since the establishment of our Sixth Form, we now have excellent A-Level grades to celebrate too. Our traditional approach and very strong moral values have been carried forward into our Sixth Form as we prepare our young adults for places at the country’s top universities, including offers already in our first few years of operation from Oxford, Cambridge, and many other Russell Group universities. Our curriculum is wide-ranging and proactive, designed to meet the needs of everyone’s abilities, interests, and aspirations for the future. Our pupils learn to think for themselves and we encourage them to become independent learners who ask good questions, think creatively, and solve problems with confidence. By the time our pupils leave school, we want them to be self-disciplined and focused young people who are determined to succeed in whatever career they choose to pursue. Here at Sacred Heart, we believe that learning experiences do not just take place in the classroom, or even in school, but in our local community and further afield too. We appreciate that pupils learn and develop into well-rounded individuals when they are performing on stage or in music concerts, when they are camping in the countryside, or when they are visiting other countries and experiencing other cultures. We celebrate our Catholic traditions as a community and have a special relationship with the Parishes of Sacred Heart and English Martyrs. We encourage our pupils to ‘live their faith’ and work together to raise thousands of pounds for charity. This work allows our pupils to reach out and support not only their local community but also the needy elsewhere in the world. Sacred Heart Catholic School is a united and happy community with a clear sense of purpose and direction. We promote a culture of respect for self and others and we have a very strict, traditional, and rigorous approach to discipline. Our pupils receive consistent messages about good behavior, appearance, manners, and trust. They learn to take responsibility for themselves and to understand their duties as good citizens. We want them to set high standards in their communities and to learn how to lead others with dignity and determination. Sacred Heart Catholic School has received national recognition for the value it adds to enable students' high achievement at GCSE. The school qualified for three SSAT Educational Outcomes Awards by being in the top 10% of non-selective schools nationally for high attainment the top 10% for progress made by pupils between their key stage 2 results at primary school and their GCSE results at age 16 and special recognition for their success in enabling students to fulfill their potential.
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