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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Yr7 students thoroughly enjoyed their activity weekend away at Kingswood. ... See MoreSee Less

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On the 29th of September students completed the second of their fieldwork trips in Geography. They were analysing changes in the beach in Llandudno and gauging local peoples perceptions of the town. A great day was had by all and lots of quality information gathered for their studies. ... See MoreSee Less

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Students break up tomorrow at 3.15pm for half term. We look forward to seeing you after a restful week on Monday 30th October at 8.55am ... See MoreSee Less

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This Friday, the UK’s largest breast cancer research charity, is asking people to raise money and help life-saving research happen. We intend to support this at school by asking staff and students to wear one pink item and pay £1 which will go directly to this charity. It is not an own clothes day. The students must wear their school uniform as well as the pink item. ... See MoreSee Less

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Parent & Guest Comments

As a parent I am very pleased with St. Antony’s. Thank you for taking great care of our children.