Due to Covid-19, the school is currently closed until September.
Pupils are continuing to be taught remotely.
Looking back on our story, we trace God’s grace and kindness to the school over 45 years. This history of educational success has been about much more than achieving excellent GCSE grades. Our ethos is, ultimately, God-given; we try to live as God tells us to in the Bible by loving Him and loving one another. Because we take no funding from the government, our people are part-time volunteers or full-time staff who receive a very modest salary. Funding for resources comes from the church membership and some costs are met by parents.
We aim to make our school a place where we all grow in our love for each other and our love of learning.
We believe education is much more than giving children facts. We aim to engender an excitement about learning; a passion for knowledge and understanding; and a lifelong curiosity about the world.