In St Luke’s Cluster we nurture every child’s
unique God given talents to enable them to flourish in a
climate of high expectations, innovation and creativity.
We value love, faith and understanding.
To inspire the moral purpose of learning and teaching to;
unleash potential, raise attainment, promote equity and
transform the life chances of each and every learner,
especially those most in need of support.
Watch our fantastic St. Luke’s Cluster video below to explain our Visions, Values & Aims further:
St Luke’s Cluster Prayer
Article 28 of the UNCRC says that children and young people have the right to education no matter who they are, regardless of race, gender or disability; if they’re in detention, or if they’re a refugee.
Article 29 of the UNCRC says that a child or young person’s education should help their mind, body and talents be the best they can. It should also build their respect for other people and the world around them. In particular, they should learn to respect:
Article 31 of the UNCRC says that children and young people have the right to have fun in the way they want to, whether by playing sports, watching films, or something else entirely. They have the right to rest, too.