“The advancement of education of children and young people with reference to national principles and in particular those children and young people who are in conditions of need.”
We aim, through our junior and senior schools, to provide a first class educational support for boys and girls from the ages of 4 to 16. We seek to provide a structured supplementary educational environment that develops our pupils’ capabilities, competences and skills. We promote the academic, Moral and physical development of our pupils through our academic curriculum, pastoral care, sporting and other activities. We provide an educational environment where each student can develop and fulfill his or her potential, building their self-confidence and inculcating a desire to contribute to the wider community. In so doing, we prepare our pupils for the opportunities, responsibility and experience for later life.
Our objectives are set to reflect our educational aims and the ethos of the school. It is important to us that we maintain and enhance the academic success of the school. This objective is, however, set in the context of the broader goals we set for the school and its pupils. In setting our objectives and planning our activities our Trustees have given careful consideration to the Charity Commission’s general guidance on public benefit and in particular to its supplementary public benefit guidance on advancing education and on fee-charging.
- Offering adequate assistance in all the children’s homework
- Targeting their weakest subject and ensuring improvement
- Preparing them for higher education and further studies
- Making study and integral part of their daily routine
- Increasing pupil motivation and self-esteem
- Rendering home support
- Providing counselling and mentoring support
- Providing assistance towards independent learning
- Involving parent and leaders in children educational support