As a school, we acknowledge that raising children and training them for life is primarily the responsibility of the parent but we also believe that optimal development occurs when the family, church and school work together for the wellbeing of the child.
The school exists to train Christian leaders who will serve nations. We aim at providing a Christian environment in which all teachers are born again and offer a Biblical perspective on their subjects. We have an active discipleship programme which takes place formally in weekly discipleship classes and informally as opportunities present.
Weekly chapel services are a highlight of the school programme. During these times pupils are encouraged in the disciplines of worship, the teaching of the word and in ministry one to another.
Staff members are required to make themselves available to discuss essential life issues with pupils. We also have a full time pastor who focuses on the spiritual well being of the school and assists with any counselling of either pupils or families.
A special feature of our school is the relationship between staff and pupils. It is in this close bond, where we interact on a personal level, that we are most effective. Our staff members truly care for the students and have been well equipped to encourage youngsters in spiritual growth.
Outreach and Inreach
As a school we aim to have each pupil in the school involved in some form of outreach. There are many opportunities provided at many levels for pupils to get involved in outreach from local to international.
We also realise that the habit of caring and serving begins ‘at home’ – it is with this in mind that we have an inreach programme. Being a school that caters for pupils from Grade 00 to Grade 12, it is important to provide opportunities for the younger and older pupils to relate and for Godly values to be imparted across age boundaries.