Ethos for

Our lead for anti-bullying is Mr Adam Hill (

Our named governor for Anti-Bullying is Mr Mark Wadeley-Jones (

St Luke’s has a zero tolerance stance on bullying.  Bullying is identified as repeated behaviour which is intended to hurt someone either emotionally or physically. Bullying, of any kind, has no place at St Luke’s.

We believe in celebrating individual differences and understand that our students learn best when they are accepted, valued, where their strengths are recognised and opportunities are provided to enable them to succeed.

St Luke’s value the experience that parents/carers have and welcome your ideas and feedback. Please click on the consult link to send an email directly to the school office.

If you, or anyone you know has experienced bullying or unkindness, it is important that you let us know – be an upstander.

To report any instances of bullying please use the form below which will allow you to send us an email detailing your concerns.

Be an upstander

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St Luke’s is a wonderful place; is a school full of staff who are dedicated to improving the life chances of every student that attends the school.

Kealey Sherwood, Headteacher

At St Luke's, we are a Steplab Coaching Hub and use Steplab to power our professional development. To find out more about our approach to instructional coaching, check out this guide. To book a coaching hub visit to our school, email