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Best Catholic Schools in High Peak

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    St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy

    St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy is a co-educational secondary school located in High Peak, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 19:1 and a dedicated team of teachers, the school offers a nurturing and supportive environment for students aged 11-16. As a Roman Catholic school, it instills strong values and provides a well-rounded education. The school's overall grade of Good in the Ofsted report highlights its commitment to excellence in education, while the strong exam results demonstrate the academic success of its students. With a focus on personal development and leadership, St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy prepares its students for a bright future.
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  • All Saints Catholic Voluntary Academy

    All Saints Catholic Voluntary Academy is a primary school located in Old Glossop, offering a nurturing and inclusive environment for children between the ages of 5 and 11. With a student-teacher ratio of 20:1, our dedicated staff ensures personalized attention and support. Our Christian values foster respect and self-awareness, while our strong partnership with parents and the community promotes success. Our recent exam results showcase outstanding achievements in maths and reading, with 29% of students achieving at a higher standard. Join us at All Saints Catholic Voluntary Academy to provide your child with an excellent education rooted in faith.
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  • St Mary's Catholic Voluntary Academy

    St Mary's Catholic Voluntary Academy is a welcoming primary school in New Mills, East Midlands. With a student teacher ratio of 22:1, we provide a safe and happy environment where children are challenged and motivated to become lifelong learners. Our high standards for behaviour and excellent academic results make us a top choice for parents. With an average score of 112 in maths and 110 in reading, our students achieve excellent results. We also have a 23% higher standard achievement rate in reading, writing, and maths. Give your child the best start at St Mary's Catholic Voluntary Academy.
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  • St Anne's Catholic Voluntary Academy

    St Anne's Catholic Voluntary Academy is a co-ed primary school located in High Peak, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 21:1, the school provides a supportive learning environment for its 204 students aged 5-11. The school values both academic success and spiritual growth, offering a Roman Catholic education. With dedicated teachers and resources, the school aims to provide a well-rounded education for all students. The school has achieved a C- overall grade, with average scores of 103 in maths and 102 in reading in the KS2 exams. St Anne's Catholic Voluntary Academy is committed to nurturing students' potential and providing a strong foundation for their future.
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  • St Mary's Catholic Voluntary Academy

    St. Mary's Catholic Voluntary Academy is a co-ed primary school located in High Peak, East Midlands. With a small student population of 131, the school offers a personalized learning experience with an impressive student-teacher ratio of 14:1. The school has a strong focus on academics, with average scores of 100 in maths and 102 in reading at KS2 exams. It also caters to students with special educational needs, with 19.7% receiving SEN support. St. Mary's aims to create a safe and inclusive environment supported by a dedicated team of teachers and resources.
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  • St Charles' Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy

    St Charles' Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy is a co-educational Roman Catholic school located in Hadfield, High Peak. With a student teacher ratio of 28:1, the school provides a focused and nurturing environment for primary education. Our dedicated staff, led by Headteacher Mrs Bernadette Quirke, strive to deliver high-quality teaching and support to all students. We have a diverse community, with 48% of students eligible for free school meals and 10.2% receiving SEN support. Our recent exam results show impressive average scores in maths (103) and reading (104), showcasing the academic achievements of our students. With a strong emphasis on safety and resources, St Charles' Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy aims to provide an inclusive and enriching educational experience for children aged 4-11 years old.
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  • St Thomas More Catholic Voluntary Academy

    St Thomas More Catholic Voluntary Academy is a co-educational secondary school located in High Peak, East Midlands. With a student teacher ratio of 20:1, the school offers a supportive learning environment for students aged 11-16. As a Roman Catholic school, it focuses on nurturing students' spiritual development alongside academic achievement. The school has a diverse student population, with 79% of students eligible for free school meals and 9.9% receiving SEN support. With a grade 5 or above in English and maths GCSEs achieved by 47% of students, St Thomas More strives for academic excellence and provides resources to enhance students' learning experience.
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  • St Margaret's Catholic Voluntary Academy

    St Margaret's Catholic Voluntary Academy is a primary school located in Gamesley, High Peak. With a student-teacher ratio of 12:1, students receive personalized attention and support. The school embraces Christian principles, teaching respect for others and oneself. With strong collaboration between students, parents, teachers, and the community, children thrive and take pride in their accomplishments. The school values the partnership between young people and fosters a positive learning environment. Additionally, the school supports students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) with a percentage of 36.8%. St Margaret's Catholic Voluntary Academy is dedicated to providing a nurturing and inclusive educational experience for children aged 4-11.
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  • St Mary's Catholic High School, A Catholic Voluntary Academy

    St. Mary's Catholic High School, A Catholic Voluntary Academy, is an outstanding school with a clear ethos and high expectations for all students. With exemplary behaviour and courteousness among students, the school offers a nurturing environment where students make outstanding progress academically and spiritually. The school's strong leadership and management ensure exceptional achievement of pupils and quality teaching, making it an ideal choice for parents seeking a high-quality education for their children.
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  • St Joseph's Catholic Voluntary Academy

    St Joseph's Catholic Voluntary Academy is a Roman Catholic primary school located in Matlock Town, East Midlands. With a focus on providing a quality education, the school has a good overall effectiveness and offers a range of resources to support students' learning. The dedicated staff, led by Headteacher Mrs Stacey Carr, create a safe and inclusive environment where students can thrive. With a low student-teacher ratio of 23:1, individual attention is given to each child, ensuring their needs are met. The school also offers nursery classes for children aged 3-4. St Joseph's Catholic Voluntary Academy prides itself on its commitment to the personal and academic development of its students, with strong results in maths and reading. With a diverse student body and a close-knit community, St Joseph's Catholic Voluntary Academy is a welcoming and nurturing educational institution.
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  • St Mary's Catholic Primary

    St Mary's Catholic Primary is an established school with a strong ethos of high expectations, providing a wide-ranging curriculum with a focus on spiritual, moral, social and cultural education. The teachers have high expectations of pupils and there are positive relationships between staff and students. The school has been rated 'Good' by Ofsted and has outstanding personal development, behaviour, and welfare. With above national average results in reading, writing, and mathematics, St Mary's Catholic Primary is dedicated to ensuring the best educational experience for its students.
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  • St Joseph's Catholic and CofE (VA) Primary School

    St Joseph's Catholic and CofE (VA) Primary School is a co-educational school located in Staveley, East Midlands. With a strong focus on academics, the school boasts an average score of 104 in maths and 102 in reading for KS2 students in 2019. The school also prioritizes the individual needs of students, with 11.1% receiving SEN support. The diverse and inclusive learning environment, combined with dedicated teachers and ample resources, ensures a well-rounded education for all students.
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  • Immaculate Conception Catholic Primary

    Immaculate Conception Catholic Primary is a well-led and managed school in Spinkhill. With a strong leadership team, effective safeguarding, and a focus on positive attitudes to learning, this school provides a safe and welcoming environment. Pupils achieve well academically, with good progress and a high quality of writing. However, middle leaders need to improve teaching quality in subjects other than English and mathematics. This Roman Catholic primary school encourages the professional development of staff and aims to help all pupils be the best they can be.
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  • Mount St Mary's College

    Mount St Mary's College is a co-ed Roman Catholic secondary boarding school located in Spinkhill, Eckington. With a history dating back to 1842, the school offers a high-quality education for students aged 11-18. The school prides itself on its inclusive environment, providing support for students with special educational needs. With a focus on academic excellence, Mount St Mary's College offers a range of scholarships and bursaries to help students thrive. The school's small size of 400 students allows for personalized attention and a strong sense of community. With impressive exam results and a dedicated teaching staff, Mount St Mary's College is a great choice for parents seeking a well-rounded education for their children.
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  • Barlborough Hall School

    Barlborough Hall School is a co-educational Roman Catholic primary school located in Barlborough Park, East Midlands. Established in 1950, it offers a nurturing and inclusive environment for students aged 3-11 years. With a strong emphasis on academic excellence, the school provides various scholarships, including academic, music, and sports scholarships. Additionally, it offers sibling discounts, bursaries for new entrants, and hardship awards for existing pupils. The school has a small student population of 202, ensuring individual attention and support. It also has a dedicated SEN support team, catering to the needs of 8.3% of students with special educational needs.
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  • Christ the King Catholic Voluntary Academy

    Christ the King Catholic Voluntary Academy is a co-ed Roman Catholic primary school located in Alfreton, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 29:1 and a dedicated team of teachers, the school offers a nurturing learning environment for children aged 3-11 years. The school's commitment to academic excellence is reflected in its impressive exam results, with high scores in maths and reading. Additionally, the school provides support for students with special educational needs and promotes diversity within its community. Parents can be assured of a safe and inclusive education for their children at Christ the King Catholic Voluntary Academy.
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  • St Elizabeth's Catholic Voluntary Academy

    St Elizabeth's Catholic Voluntary Academy is a primary school located in Belper, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 28:1, the school offers a compassionate, Christian environment for children aged 4 to 11. The school prioritizes high-quality education, as shown by its average scores of 108 in math and 107 in reading. Additionally, 13% of students achieve at a higher standard in reading, writing, and math. With a commitment to nurturing every child's potential, St Elizabeth's is an excellent choice for parents seeking top-notch education within a Roman Catholic setting.
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  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, A Voluntary Academy

    St Joseph's Catholic Primary School is an outstanding Voluntary Academy that provides a nurturing and empowering environment for children aged 3-11. With exceptional leadership and highly skilled teachers, the school promotes excellent academic achievement, personal development, and welfare. With a focus on learning skills and problem-solving, students thrive in a safe and supportive community. The school's strong Catholic ethos ensures that children receive a well-rounded education that nurtures their faith and values. Join our welcoming community and give your child the best start in their educational journey.
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  • Saint Benedict, A Catholic Voluntary Academy

    Saint Benedict, A Catholic Voluntary Academy is a secondary school located in Darley Abbey, Derby. With its consistent and good quality of teaching, positive and inclusive culture, and effective leadership, the school provides a broad and balanced curriculum for students aged 11-19. The school focuses on the personal development of pupils and has seen rapid improvements in recent years. Although there are some challenges with frequently absent disadvantaged pupils and inconsistent progress among the most able and disadvantaged students, the school overall achieves good outcomes for its students. With a student teacher ratio of 18:1 and a strong emphasis on personal development, Saint Benedict offers an excellent educational environment for children to thrive.
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  • St Mary's Catholic Voluntary Academy

    St Mary's Catholic Voluntary Academy is a primary school located in Derby, East Midlands. With a strong emphasis on Catholic values and education, the school provides a nurturing and inclusive environment for children aged 3-11 years. Led by Mrs Amanda Greaves, the dedicated teaching staff ensures a student teacher ratio of 26:1, promoting personalized attention. The school boasts excellent results in maths and reading, with 81% of students achieving GCSE grades 4 or higher. With a high percentage of students eligible for free school meals and English not being the first language for many, St Mary's celebrates diversity and supports all students, including those with SEN. Safety and resources are prioritized, contributing to a positive learning experience. Join St Mary's Catholic Voluntary Academy for a well-rounded education steeped in Catholic values.
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