Pupils in our school are growing to be . . .
Eloquent and truthful in what they say of themselves, the relations between people, and the world.
Our school helps our pupils to grow . . .
By developing an eloquent language which pupils can use to understand and articulate their emotions, beliefs, and questions, encouraged by the example of their teachers to be truthful in the way they represent themselves and speak about the world.
The Christian and Ignatian Roots of the Pupil Profile.
Eloquence – the ability to articulate clearly what we believe and feel and to do so in a way that, with integrity, engages and persuades others – is a central characteristic of Jesuit education. But eloquence must be used in a truthful way – to speak truth about myself, about others, about God and the world around us. Education is the search for truth and the eloquent articulation of what we discover. Jesus said, ‘I am the way, the truth and the life.’