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Our Aim

  • To deliver a broad, balanced, relevant curriculum.
  • To provide access to all areas of the curriculum regardless of race, gender or disability.
  • To encourage pupils to achieve their full academic and social potential, whilst appreciating their own unique worth.
  • To foster a good working relationship between students, institute and community.
  • To encourage self discipline, good behaviour and respect for others.
  • To develop respect for religious and moral values and understanding of other races, religions and ways of life.
  • To provide continuity by careful recording of student’s progress, assessment and the setting of challenging, personal targets and by liaison with institutes of higher education.
  • To begin to prepare pupils for adult life in a rapidly changing world.