Bishop Luffa School is a comprehensive school situated to the west of Chichester. The school draws students from across the region, as admission is based on church attendance and not geography. The school has 130 staff and 1507 students.
Bishop Luffa School includes two separated facilities:
Bishop Luffa Sixth Form is an academic sixth form that offers a curriculum that complements the local offer for 16-18 education. There are currently 298 students on role, studying A’Level and BTEC courses.
Bishop Luffa Launchpad is based at Lavant Academy. It offers an alternative to mainstream schooling for students aged 11-16. The curriculum at Launchpad is personalised and the numbers on-site are capped at 12.
Rumboldswhyke School is a small primary school situated near the centre of Chichester, with 12 staff and 53 students. Rumboldswhyke has recently converted from Infant School to Primary School, so it adds a year group to KS2 each September. The school aims to be full by September 2024.