"As parents, we are so proud of our son Noah. It is fantastic to see him being acknowledged for his reading achievements. He has come such a long way since joining Collett School. May we take this opportunity to thank all the staff at the school, for all your dedicated and tireless hard work whilst supporting Noah and other students" Mr Wallace
"For the first time since Emily started attending school, I am heading into consultation evening without feeling anxious or worried. Teachers and staff do such a brilliant job of keeping me informed. I am so grateful for the frequent, relevant feedback regarding both Emily's behaviour and her academic progress. It really helps me to reinforce learning and behavioural expectations while she is at home. I can't get over how much Emily's verbal communication has improved since she started at Collett. Her repertoire of play has expanded a tremendous amount. She used to do jigsaw puzzles and run around. Now, she plays with dolls, cars, play dough, her toy kitchen... She has the patience and "stamina" to play games, like Snakes and Ladders and Memory. She initiates school work- asking me to play with numicon, or offering to read to ME. There are so many skills Emily has picked up since she's joined you, but I am most impressed by her increased desire to be more independent. I recently shared with one of her teachers that her desire to be successful (given an independent task, like putting her socks on) overrides her need to get it done at top speed. She is more patient with herself, more resilient, and so very proud and confident. Essentially, what I'd like to say is thank you for the little miracles you bring to my child's life every day. She loves coming in each morning, and she is bubbling over with delight when I pick her up each day. You are all amazing." Mrs Stefan
'I have watched Millie sit on the periphery most of her life. She has been happy and engaged but had never quite round her niche. St Luke's has been amazing. I have watched her fly in the last year. She is excelling and feeling awesome about herself. She no longer needs a one to one. She feels 'normal' and accepted. Her independence is growing and her future looks seriously bright. And the support during lock down has been amazing. For the first time in my daughters' life I feel less worried about her route through life. She has found her 'tribe' and it's a delight to watch. I can't praise the school enough.' Mrs C Smith
'I fell in love with the St Luke's. The children were all happy and confident in their surroundings, the staff are amazing they really care, and it's not just a job to them. I've never felt more confident in where I would like my daughter to attend, and I've visited a lot of schools but this far outshines' Prospective parent after an Open Morning visit.