We are proud that Catholic schools promote values that are both Catholic and British, including: respect for the individual, democracy, individual liberty, respect, tolerance and inclusiveness. Our schools promote cohesion by serving more ethnically diverse and poorer communities. Catholic schools provide high standards of education which are popular with parents from all social, economic and faith backgrounds.”

Paul Barber (Catholic Education Service 15 December 2014)

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Delivered by Mrs U. Anthony, Head of Citizenship, during the week commencing 23rd November.  

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Follow up activity conducted in form time during the week commencing 30th November. 
The video link was used with years 10 and 11 - https://www.truetube.co.uk/film/extremists


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  • Thank you to our parents, whose support and dedication has been a key factor in the success. Thanks also to our governors and all who serve the school

    Thank You

  • 75 % of pupils gained 5 A* -C and 64% including English and Maths. Fifteen students gained nine or more A* / A. 100% gained 5 GCSE’s.

    GCSE results 2016

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