Curious and Active
Pupils in our school are growing to be . . .
Curious about everything; and active in their engagement with the world, changing what they can for the better.
Our school helps our pupils to grow . . .
By leading pupils to be curious about the universe and all human activity, and to take increasing responsibility for their own learning, and by providing opportunities for them to be active in the life of the school, the Church, and the wider community.
The Christian and Ignatian Roots of the Pupil Profile.
Curiosity is needed to sustain learning. It is what keeps us going. It is what opens up new horizons. It leads us to find God in all things. In the Jesuit tradition, learning is something to be actively engaged in by probing, seeking, asking, challenging, questioning until the truth is plain – it is to think for oneself and become a lifelong learner.