Ofsted, March 2024: “This is a school where pupils learn to be themselves, to respect difference and to speak out when they see injustice….Pupils respond to the school’s high expectations for their academic outcomes….Pupils’ excellent behaviour means that staff can focus on the joy of teaching.” Ofsted, March 2024.


Music at St Luke's


 “Music gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life and to everything


Our Vision: to LEARN, to succeed, to value one another

Music is important because it can provide fulfilment throughout life. It is a powerful, unique form of communication that can change the way pupils feel, think and act. It transcends different cultures, abilities and generations.

Listening to and making music fulfils an instinctive human need for self-expression and creativity. It stimulates responses on both emotional and intellectual levels.


Besides being a creative and enjoyable activity, music can also be a highly academic and challenging subject. It is a subject that allows every child to succeed, to feel valued and gain a sense of achievement.


At St. Luke's music is usually taught on a weekly basis by class teachers.

In Year 3, children work with leading music teachers from Liverpool Anglican Cathedral  throughout the Year. This culminates in a concert at the Cathedral where children play their own compositions.

In Year 4 and 5, children receive whole class  brass tuition (trumpet, baritone or trombone) for half of the year.  This is taught by Mrs Hughes,  an experienced music  teacher from Sefton Music Hub.

Lessons run from Febuary half term of Year 4 through to February half term of Year 5.

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to learn, to succeed, to value one another

Our vision and values are at the core of everything we do. A value is a belief or principle that guides our thinking and behaviour. Our values underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils to be happy and confident and to to take an active role in their community and the wider world.

Each year group has adopted one of our Christian values: Kindness, Forgiveness, Courage, Thankfulness, Hope, Faithfulness and Respect. Our over-arching Christian Value is Love. Throughout the year children are helped to explore, have opportunities to practise and then given time to reflect on what each of our Christian values means to them.


St Luke's CE Primary School

Jubilee Road, Formby, Merseyside, L37 2HW

Mrs L Carrigan | Bursar

01704 872692

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