Mission & Vision


Our Mission 

... summarised as ‘providing a Distinctly Christian education'

To partner with parents and carers in providing a holistic education based on the Biblical Worldview in which the hearts and minds of young people can grow and pursue their full potential for God. 

Our Vision

... summarised as ‘Transforming Lives’ 

  1. Spiritual Formation: For every student to pursue a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and develop a Biblical Worldview through which they make sense of the world. 
  2. Academic Growth: To deliver at least one year’s growth in learning for every student every school year and encourage students to strive for their personal best.  
  3. Character Development: To develop quality lifelong character traits (Galatians 5:22-23) 


Our Values 

Relationships: 

We seek to develop a lasting rich relationship with God which will influence everything that we do (Luke 12:13-21). This involves loving others as Jesus loves us (Mark 12:30-31). 


Respect: 

Respecting God provides a foundation for: 

Respecting and looking after yourself (Matthew 22:37-39) 
Respecting others- treating others as you would like to be treated (Luke 6:31) 
Respecting property- caring for our environment, and making restitution for any damage caused (Genesis 1:26-27) 


Responsibility: 

Accepting responsibility for your actions and your learning involves: 

Admitting when you don’t know something or need help (Luke 18:17) 
Admitting when you make a mistake or have done wrong things (Psalms 32:5)
Seeking to put things right and learning from experiences (Psalms 34:14)
Asking for God’s help to become who He wants (Ephesians 1) 


Readiness: 

To become active and informed citizens for this world and beyond involves: 

Being ready to work (Ecclesiastes 9:10)
Giving of your best in all situations
Learning to be organised
Being a team player- helping and encouraging (1 John)
Seeking advice (Psalm 33:11) 


Reasoning: 

God, in his word, the Bible, instructs us to seek spiritual wisdom and understanding (Colossians 1:8-11). This involves: 

Knowing what you do and why you do it (1 Peter 3:15) 
Knowing what you believe and why you believe it (1 John 5:20, Acts 17:11)