Ludlow School aims to promote high expectations, a positive and caring learning environment, consideration for others within a Christian and multi-faith ethos, and to prepare our young people for life in an ever-changing world. We believe these aims are only possible with the development of strong partnerships with our parents. The school is well-placed to equip our students for the challenges ahead, and our curriculum has been particularly focused upon rigorous qualifications.
“The school’s work to promote students’ personal development and welfare is Outstanding, and ensures that students develop into well-rounded young people while at Ludlow School” Ofsted
We believe that every child should have the opportunity to fulfil their potential. Following our high quality transition and induction programme, we offer a broad and balanced curriculum. We expect our students’ learning habits to be developed, such as resilience, the ability to work with others and the ability to reflect upon learning.
“Students are making good progress because they are well taught by a team of committed professionals who know their subjects well.” Ofsted
Extending the experience
It is important for our students to participate in the enrichment programme, and there is a thriving choice of extra-curricular activities, as well as cultural and educational visits. These opportunities enhance skills and learning habits.
“Students are very well prepared for life beyond school. The formal, taught curriculum is enhanced by a broad range of extra-curricular clubs, activities and opportunities, and these contribute positively to their broader development as young people” Ofsted