Lutterworth College’s vision and objective is committed to ‘enabling every young person to learn, flourish and succeed’ through our academic strategy of having the best teachers who deliver the best learning.
As a Voluntary Controlled Church of England School our pastoral strategy is that the Be CHRIST values are based on the belief that our students develop into learners who can 'Be':
C – Courageous
H – Hardworking
R – Reflective
I – Inspirational
S – Supportive
T – Tenacious
At Lutterworth College, we believe our curriculum is central to our aim of developing courageous, hardworking, reflective, inspirational, support and tenacious learners who reflect the values that Christ reflected in his life. Learners with the knowledge, skills and characteristics required to thrive in the modern world of today and in the future.
Our curriculum has been designed to:
- Be broad and balanced.
- Be ambitious whilst adaptable to meet the needs of all learners.
- Give choice to students allowing them to shape their curriculum around their interests and strengths.
- Be sequentially planned to build on students prior learning.
- Develop students’ skills and knowledge to prepare them for future learning and employment.
- Leave students with a deep and rich knowledge in their subjects, clear and coherent understanding and a range of appropriate developed skills.
- Develop students’ ‘Be Christ’ characteristics to allow them to succeed in school and the modern world.
- Value the whole learner supporting their personal development and wellbeing through our PSHCEE programmes.
- Develop learners with the values that are reflected in Christ’s life, as his teaching encourages human flourishing and wisdom. Through our RS programmes our students will be encouraged to share in this world vision.
- Ensure enrichment and extra-curricular programmes and opportunities enhance and support learning in the classroom and are an entitlement for all students.
- Facilitate good outcomes for all learners, allowing good opportunities for students to progress to their next steps.
- Develop students’ cultural capital allowing them to accumulate the knowledge, behaviours and skills that they can draw upon to be successful in society, their career and the world of work.