All children from our diverse community (Mark 9:37) to feel welcomed and valued. For everyone to embrace and develop our 12 Christian values to help them to flourish in their education and future lives (Proverbs 22:6)
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Welcome to St Luke’s C.E. Primary School Duston
As a church school we ensure that our provision is underpinned by our Christian vision. All children from our diverse community (Mark 9:37) to feel welcomed and valued. For everyone to embrace and develop our 12 Christian values to help them to flourish in their education and future lives (Proverbs 22:6). Our 12 Christian values permeate all that we do and are at St Luke's.These values underpin our everyday lives and enable our children to demonstrate them in their lives.
The staff and governors at our school have the drive and passion to provide the best education for every child in a friendly and happy school environment. I look forward to meeting you in our school and if you require any further information or wish to see the school "in action" please do not hesitate to contact us.
Kind regards Sonia Clews
OFSTED Sept 2019
“Pupils enjoy attending this school. They appreciate the way the teachers support them to learn and help them to achieve their best. Pupils feel well cared for”
Welcome to St Luke's C.E. Primary School (part of Peterborough Diocese Education Trust - PDET click for link)
At St Luke's C.E. Primary School, our staff team, in partnership with our Governing Body strive to provide the very best opportunities and experiences for our children.
We want children to feel valued, confident and enthused about their learning. Through our engaging topics, our Curriculum will enable them to be creative and independent and provide them with a love for learning.
Our children will be encouraged to be inquisitive, resourceful and imaginative which will lead them to success and achievement.
This Term's Value Patience
“St. Luke's immensely strong Christian character shines proudly throughout the school and is richly embedded in all aspects of school life.”- National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools Report, December 2015
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