- To provide within the framework of a Christian community, an academic education for girls which will enable each individual to develop:
- her abilities to the full
- a wide range of interests and extra-curricular activities
- a sense of personal values
- To make education a challenging and positive experience in which each girl can feel some measure of success and acquire confidence and self-esteem.
- To prepare girls for the challenges of the 21st century and in particular for work in a changing society where the role of women is still being defined.
- To provide the resources, human, financial and material, necessary to achieve these aims.
- To provide:
- a broad and balanced curriculum which supports the aims of the school and meets the requirements of the National Curriculum;
- a wide range of extra-curricular activities;
- teaching staff with the expertise, experience and interests to inspire girls with enthusiasm for their subjects and to act as role models;
- effective administrative support;
- planned professional development for both teaching and non-teaching staff;
- up-to-date equipment and facilities;
- well maintained buildings and grounds.
- To develop:
- our system of pastoral care and counselling;
- ways of giving each girl sufficient individual attention in both teaching and pastoral situations;
- ways of giving greater recognition to the qualities other than academic which we value;
- a real sense of community among the girls, staff and everyone involved with the school.