Being Curious

From an early age Sidcot students experience a community where it is clear that independent thought is encouraged and curiosity is a way of life.

We aim to educate the whole person, to equip them with practical and personal skills alongside their qualifications. We know we’ve succeeded when our students go out into the world with an insatiable interest in all that life has to offer. 

Our teaching staff are themselves motivated by curiosity and a lifelong love of learning. They want to pass that enthusiasm on. They use imaginative teaching methods that encourage students to see learning as an exciting creative journey which everyone can take part in. A journey that doesn’t end when they leave school or university.    

We want our students to have interesting lives. We want them to have the confidence and motivation to develop their talents and the desire to put those talents to good use in the world.

There is inspiration to be found all around us, in the natural world, in the sciences and the arts, in our work and in our friendships, in our sorrows as well as our joys.
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