Catholic education is distinctive in nature; it is an endless journey on which people are transformed through personal encounters and deep relationships. In its simplest terms, the children entrusted into our care can only learn through the smiling eyes of the staff charged with their formation. All aspects of school life have a profound impact on the formation of our young people and our staff places children at the centre of all key priorities and developments. Our culture is one of compassion, care, humility, gentleness and forgiveness. Our Mission Statement In Christ We Grow underpins the school's drive for the very best standards for our children; these standards are achieved through the development of the whole child. It is crucial that our community understands the fundamental importance of the key principles of caring, sharing and achieving.
Our school chaplains play a vital role within our community, providing spiritual guidance and supporting the outstanding pastoral care programme that our children deserve. Our students have the use of our Chapel and we regualrly hold full school Masses and services. We also visit other places of worhsip, for example, local churches and the Metropolitan Cathedral in Liverpool. Recently, the whole school visited the Cathedral to celebrate the Feast of Ss Peter and Paul.
Collective Worship is integral to school life and spiritual, moral, social and cultural development are outstanding. Our assembly programme allows students and staff to express their faith openly and our full school assemblies afford children and staff time and space to reflect together as a community.