• Please continue to check ParentPay for upcoming trips and events, thank you!
  • Please check 'News and Events' for upcoming events!
  • Class 5/Yr 6 Trip to Black Country Museum - 16/07/2024 Arrive by 08:45am for prompt departure, please!
  • Leaver Mass Wednesday 17th July at 2pm. Please can all children be in school uniform (no PE kit). Thank you.

Ethos and Values

“Whoever welcomes this child in my name, welcomes me.” (Luke 9: 48)

At St Luke’s we care, share and learn together.

St Luke’s aims to provide a safe, warm and supportive environment where all children can reach their full potential. We have created a community spirit that includes children, teachers and non-teaching staff, parents, governors and the local parish. Our school prides itself on developing our children into well rounded young people who are ready for the next stage of their lives. Jesus said “I have come that they may have life and have it to the full” John 10:10 using our Catholic faith and modern British Values we have created a culture and belief that anything is possible and together we can achieve all that we desire.

Our Catholic Vision 

A school where we ‘Care, Share and Learn’ together

Mission Statement

The school community

  • develops and delivers a creative and stimulating curriculum
  • promotes positive Christian values through a Catholic way of life
  • ensures each child is given the opportunity to fulfil their potential
  • encourages and demonstrates appropriate behaviour and attitudes
  • develops a deeper understanding of Modern British Values and respect for all
  • strengthens the links between parents, our church and the wider community


To enhance our supportive moral framework within which every child can develop self confidence

  • To encourage all pupils to develop lively, enquiring, imaginative and creative minds and high aspirations for their futures
  • To enable pupils to become independent, self motivated, self disciplined, to show respect for themselves, for others and the environment.
  • To assist our children’s spiritual growth in terms of their prayer life as part of their education/curriculum
  • To embed an ethos of high standards and expectations of all members of the school community

Our Golden Rules

St. Luke’s Catholic Primary is committed to creating an environment where excellent
behaviour is at the heart of productive learning, and children feel safe and valued.
Everyone is expected to maintain the highest standards of personal conduct, to accept
responsibility for their behaviour and encourage others to do the same. Through our
values based on the Gospel, we aim for our children to become kind, compassionate,
responsible citizens.


We take responsibility for our own behaviour

 Humility and Gentleness

We are gentle ~ We don’t hurt others

We are humble ~ We are not boastful or rude

Compassion and Dignity

We are caring and think of others’ needs ~ We don’t hurt anybody’s feelings

Forgiveness and Mercy

We treat others how we want to be treated ~ We don’t bear grudges

Peace and Unity

We are friends and work as a team ~ We don’t leave anyone out

We listen and work hard ~ We don’t waste our own or others’ time

Service to others

We are kind and helpful ~ We are not selfish

We look after property ~ We don’t waste or damage things

Faithfulness and Integrity

We are honest ~ We don’t cover up the truth

We always do our best!