At St. Ninian’s our students are at the heart of our school.We want every child to be happy, confident and successful and students are encouraged to develop as individuals during their time with us.We will do everything we can to ensure every single child has the support, encouragement and guidance they need in order to go on and make a success of their lives.
Empowering our students to be
self-motivated and confident learners who have respect for others
and clear aspirations for their future success.
Every student is empowered to
take responsibility for their own learning and
Every student leaves with clear
aspirations for their own future success.
Every student has developed the
skills and dispositions to be life-long learners, make a
positive contribution to society and be an active and engaged
- Every student shows care and respect for themselves, others, their community and the environment.
Our ethos and values
Our ethos is to foster the character of our students through the development of good habits which reflect our three core values of Respect; Aspiration and Empowerment.The foundations for success at St. Ninian’s have always been built on the positive relationships and mutual respect shown between students, staff, parents and governors.Diversity is celebrated and valued with everyone expected to respect their school, island and global communities. All at St. Ninian’s High School aspire to be best they can be.We reward hard work, dedication and progress.Students are also given opportunities to look ahead,plan for the future, and are guided to select the most appropriate pathway to enable them to maximise their future success. Students are empowered to think for themselves, make decisions and take responsibility for their own learning and future.St. Ninian’s High School is a school for everyone!
“Have due regard for the feelings, wishes, or rights of others.”
The foundations for success at St. Ninian’s High School have always been built on the positive relationships and mutual respect shown between students, staff, parents and governors.
Diversity is valued and celebrated and everyone is sympathetic to the needs of others, particularly those less fortunate than themselves.
Everyone is also encouraged to respect the school, island and global community and environment.
“Direct one's hopes or ambitions towards achieving something.”
All at St. Ninian’s High School aspire to be best they
Students are set aspirational targets, are encouraged to
act on feedback and always look to improve. The school
rewards hard work, dedication and progress.
Students are also given opportunities to look ahead, plan
for the future, and are guided to select the most
appropriate pathway to enable them to maximise their
Staff take charge of their own professional development
and opportunities are available to help them build and
develop their own professional capacity.
“Make (someone) stronger and more confident, especially in controlling their life and claiming their rights.”
Students are empowered to think for themselves, make decisions and take responsibility for their own learning and future.They are encouraged to think about how they learn best and develop their own skills and strategies to help them learn.Students are able to talk about their learning and are consulted by staff on how lessons can be developed so that learning can be improved.
Staff are also empowered to think for themselves, make decisions and take responsibility for their own career development. They are encouraged to be brave, be innovative and develop new ideas to develop their lessons and enhance learning.
Our core values are represented by each of the symbols which form an important part o our new school emblem, showing how central these values are to our organisation.