The school has a number of policies on education, governance and code of conduct.

Educational Philosophy
“I am the way, and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” 
John 14:6.
Education is a continual process of which formal schoolwork is a significant part. The educative process must address the student as a complete being spirit, soul and body.
The acquisition of skills to think logically and objectively about our perceptions and experiences and the application of these skills in solving real life problems is of great importance.
The responsibility for education is ultimately that of the parents and teachers that operate under delegated authority from the parents. Thus teachers and parents are partners under God in the educative process of children.
The supporting roles of parents, church and the wider community in the educative process has a profound impact on the learning outcomes and success of children.
A teacher’s ability to impart the love of Christ through a caring, nurturing relationship with students where mutual faith, trust and respect are fostered, greatly enhances the learning outcomes.
A teacher’s personal life experience and walk with God are vital in developing an ability to communicate with and understand the attitudes and values of children, parents and colleagues from a diverse socio- economic and church background.