Teaching & Learning

LCS has an integrated curriculum which enriches the learning experience by providing natural links across subjects.

Children benefit from meaningful and stimulating activities which allow different skills and knowledge to be taught and enjoyed in the same lesson.

Small classes facilitate personalised learning for our children, and promote a loving, caring environment. We provide a very high quality of care for each pupil, with plenty of opportunity for one on one learning with the teacher. The curriculum is personalised to the needs and interests of the children. No child is lost in the crowd.

Children’s confidence and self-esteem are developed through verbal and written encouragement. We expect everyone to work hard and do their best and therefore every achievement is valued and celebrated, whether academic or otherwise.

We offer additional opportunities to extend the natural gifts, abilities and interests of every child through specialised after school activity clubs run by qualified teaching staff. Children can also benefit from Everyday Club, our after school care club where they enjoy a variety of activities, together with homework supervision.

Each year we have about six ‘Performance Showcases’ which give children the opportunity to show their parents some of the highlights from their term’s work. These Showcases not only instil confidence in the children, but they also integrate parents into the school community.

LCS promotes values of behaviour and community that have stood the test of time, enabling us to establish a loving, family atmosphere within the school. The staff are committed Christians, and every area of school life is informed and shaped by our Christian foundation.

London Christian School is delighted to welcome children from any background, regardless of religion or belief, into our supportive and caring community.

Please find a copy of our most recent ISI integrated inspection report from June 2014 below.

We believe that education is not only about academic progress, but is also concerned with a child’s spiritual, social and emotional development.

– LCS Aim and Core values

Pupils’ personal qualities such as confidence, spiritual awareness and integrity, are strongly developed through the rich environment offered by the supportive community, in which they all feel valued.

– ISI Integrated Inspection Report, June 2014

Visit Us

Please come and visit us for a private tour. To make an appointment or request a prospectus contact Caroline Hardwick in the school office:

 

T: 020 3130 6430 or
e: admissions@londonchristianschool.com