Welcome to Hanley St. Luke’s, C of E Aided Primary School in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent
Jesus said: ‘I have come that they may have life and have it to the full.’
Promoting life-long learning
Developing life-giving relationships
Exploring life-enhancing faith
Inspiring life-enriching aspiration
Message from Mrs Williamson, Head Teacher
“I am delighted that you have shown an interest in our wonderful school here at Hanley St Luke’s. We balance a rich history of tradition with a passion to offer all our children the very best opportunities to succeed and make a positive difference in our modern and ever-changing world. We delight in our rich diversity of cultures and faiths, learning together and respecting each other as unique individuals special and valued by God. We frame all our work within our Christian ethos which promotes honesty, courtesy, kindness, perseverance, and respect and follows the teachings of Jesus as a role model for life. We are an inclusive school where our children are known as individuals with their own unique skills, characteristics and needs. Our staff are committed professionals who care deeply about each and every one of the children in their care. They are constantly developing their own professional skills to ensure we never rest on our laurels and are always seeking to be the best we can possibly be for the children we serve.
Our website gives a flavour of our work but why not arrange to come and see for yourselves – we’d be delighted to show you around!”
- Promote Christian belief and practice and to encourage the moral and spiritual development of all people in our school.
- Develop in each person a sense of self worth and the necessary qualities to become a full and valuable member of British society.
- Encourage the full academic potential of each child.
- In our school we promote honesty, courtesy, kindness, perseverance and respect. We celebrate all our many differences and diversity, believing each individual is special and valued by God in line with the C of E document Valuing all God’s Children. This can be found in our Policy section.
Click here to read the November 2021 Parental Survey