Pupils leaving the institute must be: Rightly trained in body – sports and all aspects of healthy living is part of our curriculum. Be a home of goodwill – involvement in charity, good works and service must be sign of a Polytechnician. Rightly trained in mind – apart from all the academic, where creativity, enquiry, and self-learning is emphasised, pupils should be exposed to as many varied activities as possible which develop the mind and promote meaningful experience. Rightly trained in character – pupils must be extended continually and challenged to expand and grow, by a demanding, professional, and encourage staff that have passionate belief in the potential of every pupil. Rightly trained to serve God well – pupils must be equipped for a changing and ever more challenging world in different religions that they are.