Aims and Values of the School:  LG-5222

We are a school where endeavour and aspiration are central to all that we do.

We aim to provide a positive, safe and vibrant learning environment which engenders self-esteem, social confidence and a healthy lifestyle.

We recognise that student achievements have positive implications for all areas of learning in terms of raised self-confidence, independence and ambition. We believe that success is a powerful motivator.

Similarly the spiritual and cultural aspects of learning are an important part of the life of Limpsfield Grange to which all areas of the curriculum and school community contribute. Students are encouraged to reflect upon tolerance, understanding, respect and compassion and have an understanding of right and wrong. They learn about various faith groups and their beliefs, developing appropriate and sensitive behaviour and attitudes to others.

There are many opportunities for creativity, imagination and inspiration in many activities including theme days, working with artists and visits to cultural sites and events. Students are encouraged to discover their own cultural traditions and practices as well as those of others in society, through dance, drama, art, literature, music and theatre. We are keen to encourage students to understand that what we learn relates to life in society, to instill the importance of personal values and a sense of self-worth.  LG-7539

“A very special school for young ladies who need not just a good education but need guidance and nurturing.”  Current parent

‘Outstanding leadership and management have resulted in excellent provision and rapidly improving outcomes over the past three years’ Ofsted December 2013

‘The exceptional academic and personal opportunities offered ensure that this school makes an enormous difference to the learning of all groups of students.  All students, including those with additional special needs, make rapid and sustained progress, achieving outstandingly well from their individual starting points’. Ofsted December 2013