As a Catholic school we believe that all children should receive an education that is appropriate to their individual needs and that will enable them to take a full role in society as adults.
We believe that all members of our school community should be valued.
We feel that basic reading and writing skills are essential tools of learning and we feel that support should be given to those pupils whose emotional and behavioural difficulties; sensory or physical difficulties affect their education.
“Since every person of whatever race, condition and age is endowed with human dignity, he/she has an inalienable right to an education corresponding to his/her proper destiny and suited to his/her talents”. Gravissimum Educationis Vatican II.