Visions & Aims

The Vision

The name Lumen Christi shows our abiding faith in the power of Christ to inspire.  His Spirit is to be the inspiration underlying all the life and work of the school.  Faith in God expressing itself in practice will be central to our community.

The Aims

  • Lumen Christi is a Catholic College welcoming pupils of all faiths, respectful of all genuine religious beliefs and encouraging the development of all in their own faith.
  • The kindness, encouragement, enthusiasm and moral leadership of the College staff will demonstrate Christianity in action.
  • We seek an environment which will be supportive of family values.
  • The College is co-educational. We recognise that young people working together in a congenial and properly structured environment gives a greater opportunity for the development of all.  No one is disadvantaged by reason of gender, religion, race or class.
  • We aim for the maximum development of each pupil, intellectually, spiritually, academically and vocationally.
  • The needs and interests of individual pupils are catered for, promoting a positive self-image and physical and mental health.
  • Pupils are encouraged to accept responsibility and given opportunities to exercise leadership. They are invited to contribute to the formulation and development of School rules and are expected to support the fair and consistent application of all such clearly defined rules.
  • Lumen Christi aims for the highest possible academic success of each pupil and as a College, for the highest grammar school standards in all subjects.  It seeks to achieve individual success through an emphasis on co-operation and group work in a carefully constructed system in which the majority of awards for achievement go to groups rather than to individuals.
  • We see this pursuit of excellence through mutual help as ideal preparation for modern higher study and for the world of work.  In school it will lead to a broader and higher level of individual achievement which is, of course, always recognised and properly celebrated.
  • Lumen Christi, as a "listening" College, will establish an organisational climate in which relationships will be characterised by all its members being able to put their views honestly and positively, confident of a sensitive hearing.  It seeks to eliminate confrontational-style aggressiveness and defensiveness.
  • Lumen Christi aims to promote a spirit of concern for others within and beyond the school through awareness raising and community service to help the elderly or marginalised.

March 2017

AS Irish Workshop UU

» 3rd March 2017

Year 12 Retreat

» 6th March 2017

Year 14 Retreat

» 7th March 2017

Year 8 Parent/Teacher Meeting

» 7th March 2017 at 1:00 - 3:30pm

Reconciliation Day

» 8th March 2017

Fainne Airgid

» 10th March 2017

Saturday Morning School

» 11th March 2017

Unity Project 10A and 10E

» 13th March 2017

PTA / Student Council - Irish Night

» 14th March 2017 at 8pm

Year 14 Spanish Debate QUB

» 14th March 2017

Aifreann La Feile Padraig

» 15th March 2017

Exceptional Closure

» 16th March 2017

Year 11 Parent/Teacher Meeting

» 16th March 2017 at 9:00am - 11:30am

Year 13 Parent/Teacher Meeting

» 16th March 2017 at 1:00pm - 3:30pm

Silver DoE Expedition

» 16th March 2017

St Patrick's Day Holiday

» 17th March 2017

History Berlin Trip

» 17th March 2017 ~ 20th March 2017

Year 12 GCSE PE Moderation

» 21st March 2017

Netball Finals

» 22nd March 2017

Saturday Morning School

» 25th March 2017

Bronze DoE

» 25th March 2017

A2 Irish Work Shop UU

» 31st March 2017