Aspire ~ Believe ~ Achieve

On behalf of the students, staff and governors I am delighted to welcome you to our school website. St Antony’s Catholic College is a small school and we place a strong emphasis on supporting each individual student to thrive and succeed in their education. I believe that high quality teaching and strong pastoral support are the key to enabling our students to make excellent progress; both are of the highest priority at St Antony’s. We have great expectations for all our students and are committed to finding and developing the talents they possess whilst supporting their academic progress and achievements.

As a Catholic school our core values are rooted in the teachings and example of Jesus Christ and the values of the Gospel. Our ethos is one of respect for all and this is evident to anyone who visits our school. We endeavour to live out the Gospel values in our daily life and believe in developing the skills and talents of the whole child by encouraging our pupils to: ASPIRE to their potential, BELIEVE in themselves and ACHIEVE what they deserve.

I hope that you find our website informative. I would particularly encourage you to read our latest Section 48 inspection report which I believe captures much of what is positive about our school. Please also take the opportunity to come and visit us by contacting the school office to arrange an appointment; I would be delighted to meet you and show you around in person.

Fiona Wright – Associate Headteacher

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Yr10 students thoroughly enjoyed their day working in the kitchens at South Trafford College ... See MoreSee Less

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We pray that all the hard work and effort the students put in for their GCSE exams has paid off and the results reflect this. GCSE results can be collected from school on Thursday 24th August from 10am. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to Sue Smith (England Footballer) who came in to work with students for the Sky Sports for Living programme. The main purpose of the day was to develop leadership and teamwork skills. Sue presented to the pupils about the importance of teamwork, highlighting the 6 keys to success. The pupils then spent a lesson completing various teamwork challenges and competitions before completing a power point presentation that summarised the day. ... See MoreSee Less

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Well done to students who recently performed on the pitch during a T20 game at old Trafford cricket ground. ... See MoreSee Less

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Parent & Guest Comments

We are so proud of our daughter. Her first year at St Antony’s has been amazing. We will continue as parents to support her through her future years with you. Keep up the good work and thank you!