Building on a knowledge of Christ and His purposes, the years to GCSE include the development of critical thinking skills, leadership and a sense of purpose in life. At this stage, our teachers play a key role in mentoring students to become positive role models, representing the school and contributing to society locally and globally.
In Upper School, we recognise the importance of students taking increasing responsibility for their learning as they grow into young adults. We encourage open questions to nurture and develop their own aspirations, convictions and purpose. Students are prepared for a life led by Christ in four key ways: a study of worldviews and religions, a balanced GCSE programme that encourages consistent high achievement, an innovative vocational programme (Equipped to Serve), and bespoke opportunities for students to excel in their individual talents.