At Christian Fellowship School we try not to lose appreciation for the quiet and simple achievements that can accumulate unnoticed. Often the most important achievements may be invisible and immeasurable. Such things as overcoming a fear or forgiving a hurt we believe to be of great value in shaping a character. Some qualities are of eternal value.
Our main celebration is of who the children are rather than of what they accomplish.
Nevertheless we do take pride in expressions of excellence. Often our greatest joy is in what people say about the conduct and confidence of our young people when encountered in public places.
Other achievements as a school include:
- Many students exceed expectations in the face of personal or learning difficulties.
- Consistent high placing within Liverpool GCSE league tables.
- Regular straight A and A* grades and a high percentage of A-C grades in English and Maths.
- Past students finding further academic success with many obtaining degrees, and some moving to higher degrees and doctorates.
- Regular groups of young people involved in gap year work in developing countries.
- Young people continuing with further education or training post 16 and developing successful careers.
- Within the well-structured swimming program, most children in Middle school achieving significant awards for distance and style.
- Successful participation in choral speaking and chess competitions.
- Many individuals have passed music exams, won competitions or are regularly involved in voluntary church work and youth leadership.