Our Mission Statement

Our Mission Statement

By the time our children leave Litherland High School they will be literate, numerate, confident young people with high aspirations, independent learning skills and a sense of moral responsibility

Our Vision Statement

At Litherland High School we will:

  • Work with our families and value the support of parents in trying to reach our aims.

  • Engage with our wider community to strengthen and enhance our intrinsic relationship

  • Operate within a set of rules put in place for the benefit of all. 

  • Show clarity of purpose and show caring discipline. 

  • Ensure that all students are clear about the expectations placed upon them and aware of the consequences of not meeting them.

  • Enable all students to work with sufficient dignity to reach their true potential.

  • Ensure that bullying does not rob students of their dignity and prevent them from learning.

  • Use the pastoral system to see that students are happy and settled in their work.

  • Have high expectations of all our students and not tolerate work that reflects a lack of commitment or motivation.

  • Ensure that students feel that they belong and they matter

  • Instill in the students that they are part of an international community

  • Work hard to see that all students achieve to the very best of their ability and overcome barriers to success.

  • Recognise and reward students of all abilities 

  • Expect that all our students and staff will aim high and do their best.