The major aims of Enfield Grammar School are, in partnership with parents, the fullest realisation of individual potential and the development of a set of personal values based on honesty, trust, tolerance, understanding and respect for others, so that every student becomes an active and responsible member of society.
The School will help all its students to:
- develop lively and enquiring minds, the ability to argue rationally and to apply themselves to tasks and physical skills;
- acquire respect for religious and moral values and for other races, religions and cultures;
- understand the world in which they live and the interdependence of individuals, groups and nations;
- appreciate human achievements and aspirations;
- acquire skills and knowledge relevant to adult life and employment;
- develop a positive approach to lifelong learning.
The School will provide its students with a breadth of academic opportunities according to interest, need and aptitude. Each boy will be encouraged to pursue his studies to the highest standard which he can attain and to continue his formal education beyond the age of sixteen.
Enfield Grammar will continue to practise its long tradition of offering a wide range of extra-curricular activities to its students and to pursue excellence in these areas. It believes that these traditions make a significant contribution to the life of the School and to the development of the individual.
Governors recognise that a committed, well-qualified and highly trained staff is its most important resource. The Governors will strive to ensure that all staff are supported and encouraged to acquire and develop the necessary skills to assist their own professional development and make a significant contribution to the School.
The School Motto: ‘Tant que je puis’ (As much as I can) reflects the aspirations that the Governors have for all those associated with Enfield Grammar School.