Everyone within the community of St Mary’s Catholic High School wishes to congratulate our Year 13 and Year 11 students on their examination results.

We all know that these are unprecedented times for us all, but the group of young people that have felt this the most are the...

St. Mary’s staff would like to thank all the pupils and families who joined in our May Marathon.  We realise that this time is a challenging one for many of our young people and it is important for us to still come together as a school community.  The idea behind this challenge...

 

St Mary’s celebrated World Book day this year with a “Get Caught Reading” competition.

Students were seen all round school reading during social time. Those that got caught by a member of staff were entered into a prize draw. The first prize was a chocolate...

 

Our Y7s were set the challenge to come up with a creative piece that reflected what they believe God to be like.

They were given the brief that their piece had to be unique, and include keywords from our last topic such as trinity, creator etc. We are absolutely amazed at the...

The buzz about books has continued with several pop up reading groups this half term about the Bookbuzz books, which the year 7 students were gifted in October.

Various staff around school have been reading the books too, and ran lunchtime one-off sessions to meet with some of the students...

Holocaust

 

St Mary’s students remembered the victims of the Holocaust and other genocides in a series of events led by 6th form students Ellie Shepherd and Nicole Held. Students wrote their hopes and dreams for a positive future on card that was made into origami butterflies by Brother...

 

On the 16th January 2020 some Key Stage 4 students accompanied by the English Department visited the The Lowry to watch a performance of An Inspector Calls. Students said that the show was really good and that it helped them enormously with their studies. The staff at the Lowry...

Year 10 Rugby

In the Year 10 North West Counties Quarter Final tie between St Mary’s and St John Fisher, the boys successfully made it through to the semi-finals and also qualified for the first round of the Champion Schools National competition. The scoreline of 40-12 doesn’t really show how...

Holocaust Exhibition

On the 16th December, 6th form students accompanied by the History Department visited the recently opened Holocaust Exhibition and Learning Centre at Huddersfield University. Students participated in a series of workshops under the theme of “Humanising the Holocaust.” We were...

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