LSU staff, with their strong subject knowledge, work tirelessly to ensure all pupils achieve their full academic potential. The success of our school is also based on excellent relationships between staff and students and the dedicated support of subject and pastoral staff. Girls, therefore, feel safe and well cared for, and this is reflected in an ethos and culture amongst students of kindness and respect for others.
Our aim and ethos is also the integration of different identities relating to ability, belief, ethnicity, gender and sexuality. Girls of other faiths or no faith are well integrated and interfaith dialogue is also a key part of our religious education programme. Pupils have access to an extensive programme of religious education and worship, including daily prayers, weekly Mass and a retreat programme for pupils. The House system provides extensive leadership opportunities, promotes healthy competitions and enables students of all age groups to work collaboratively and to learn from each other. The Sixth Formers are excellent role models and take an active part in supporting younger students through a peer leadership programme.
I feel confident at LSU and have made a lot of friends here. I have received tremendous support from all the staff. LSU is a caring community.
Year 7 pupil