• Family – Children of different ages and aptitudes learn to work together and play together.
• Caring – Respect, honour and consideration for others are actively promoted.
• Spiritual awareness – Children’s faith can be built up and their spirits free to respond to the Holy Spirit.
• Christ-likeness – Emphasis is placed on service before self-interest and co-operation before competition.
• Responsibility – Training is for life by learning to take personal responsibility for actions.
• Firm boundaries – Clear expectations ensure a peaceful and secure working environment.
• Self Discipline – The curriculum enhances self-motivation.
• Positive Encouragement – Progress in all areas is identified and rewarded.
• Traditional – A thorough grounding is given in the basis skills of numeracy and literacy.
• Individualised – The programme is structured and builds on success.
• Small groups – Teachers can respond to individual needs.
• Biblical basis – God’s word is cherished and upheld as the truth and as the essential standard for life.
• Godly perspective – God is the centre and focus of education.
• Vocational – Preparing students for service in God’s world.