Luke began his education by attending a part time private nursery called little fishes based in St.Mellons. He then moved onto mainstream school and started his nursery placement at Oakfield primary school. Luke remained in Oakfield throughout the rest of the years and really enjoyed attending. He was very popular with his friends, who all looked after and helped Luke especially when he suffered paralysis and had to learn to walk again. He got on really well with staff and was loved by many teachers especially his support workers Petra and Miss Lambert, along with others that taught him, Mrs Mears, Miss Davies, Mrs Benskin, Mrs Nutt, Miss Owen, Miss Walk and Miss Walker.
Despite Luke missing a lot of school through hospital appointments and surgery he managed to keep up with his peers and always did well in all his class work. He loved spelling and would bring his yellow spelling book home to practice straight away ready for his tests. His teachers always spoke highly of him in parents evening and always had nice things to say about him. As part of a project in school Luke was chosen to take part in forest school with Mrs Edwards which he absolutely loved , he even had a merit award for good climbing. He was very fond of his many friends as they were of him.