Lea Manor High School
Luton, United Kingdom
About Lea Manor High School
Lea Manor High School is situated in the town of Luton, in Bedfordshire. It is a non-selective, mainstream secondary school that educates pupils between the ages of 11 and 16. It is non-denominational. There are around 1,070 students enrolled at the school at the moment. It opened in 1975 and became a specialist school in performing arts in 2007.
Values and Vision
Lea Manor High School’s motto is “learning for life”. It wants to be the best school in the country. The main goal is to make sure the children are safe and are nurtured by staff. The children’s well-being is at the core of the school. The school follows British values. This includes having respect and consideration for others. The aim of the curriculum is for the children to develop the skills they need to live in a modern world.
“Students make good progress and achieve well. This is because teaching, typically, is good, and teachers are ever-alert to any individual who is falling behind. The school gives good support to disabled students and those with special educational needs. They are catching up with the standards reached by other groups of students. Students enjoy their lessons. The headteacher’s ambitious vision for the school is clearly communicated so that the collective efforts of staff and students are sharply and constructively focused. School leaders know what the school is doing well and are quick to identify areas for improvement. Their actions are improving the quality of teaching and learning.”