All individuals are children of God, created equally in his image to share an eternal future. We promise to play our full part in their education and formation.
We strive to meet the academic, moral, physical, social and spiritual needs of all pupils so that they may take their place as caring, committed, aware and self-confident adult members of society. As a voluntary aided school, we deliver a fully balanced and broadly based curriculum which promotes the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our students and prepares them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.
Our School Aims & Values
In striving to create the school climate, which will nurture this mission, the school aims:
To develop as a worshipping community with students, parents, staff and governors following the example of Christ in their daily work and relationships; treat one another with justice, dignity, tolerance and respect and be aware of and respond to each other’s needs, hopes and aspirations.
To provide and maintain an attractive, happy, secure, safe and healthy school environment.
To develop as an integral part of the local community and in particular the local Catholic community; to develop and maintain the partnership between school and parents, parishes, primary schools and the wider community.
To offer to all students a broad, balanced, appropriate, relevant and flexible curriculum, which allows them to achieve their full potential and to progress successfully to the next stage of their education or employment.