Learning for Life at St Luke’s
At St Luke’s we believe in preparing children to go out into the world as creative, compassionate and confident citizens. Our ‘Learning for Life’ programme is designed to raise children’s aspirations and deepen their understanding of the ever-changing society around us.
The Four Pillars of Learning for Life - these are the four main tools that help us to grow independent thinkers and learners, equipped with the tools:
Activities which enhance Learning for Life at St Luke’s also include:
· Dreamcatcher assemblies, when people from all walks of life come in to answer children’s questions about their working lives.
· Learning for Life workshops led by community and business volunteers to demonstrate how the skills and knowledge they are learning at school can be used in real-life projects.
· Lunchtime volunteers who come in to read with children, to play number-based games, teach computer programming, or coach sports from football to chess.