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  • School Christmas Break Closure Information

    School closes for the Christmas break on Thursday 20th December. Students will be dismissed from school between 12.00 and 12.30 pm to catch service buses. Bus numbers 688/689/588 will however, collect students from school as normal. There will be no lunch on the day but any students on Free School Meals will be able to collect a packed lunch before they leave.
  • Parent Support Group Meeting

    Parent Support Group Meeting

      Next meeting Wednesday 12th December 18 @ 6pm at Acacia Site.   Hello! You are invited to join our well-being group; we are a new group who meet informally to discuss issues and concerns around mental health and well-being to support young people. We have professionals in our group who have specialist experience to support such issues you may want to discuss. Future topics for discussion are sleep hygiene, stress, anxiety, and OCD.  
  • Mature Citizens Party Invite to Parents, Carers & Parishioners

    Mature Citizens Party Invite to Parents, Carers & Parishioners

    Dear Parents/Carers/Parishioners On Wednesday 19th December, we are holding our annual Mature Citizens Party. We would like to invite all grandparents/aunts/uncles to celebrate Christmas in style.
  • Carol Service Invitation

    Carol Service Invitation

    Come and join us on Monday 17th December for our annual advent carol service at St. Peter’s Catholic Church at 7pm. All welcome
  • Father McNamee

    It is with great sadness that we write to inform you that Fr John McNamee passed away on Friday 26th October.  Fr McNamee was the Episcopal Vicar for Education in the Diocese for over 20 years. His commitment and dedication to education in the Diocese was beyond measure.
  • SOLO Taxonomy and Year 7 Learning

     SOLO Taxonomy and Year 7 Learning - Download
  • Year 13 Results 2018

    Congratulations to all of our Year 13 students! Their outstanding results continue a three year upward trend with the average grade now at a fantastic grade B and over 60% of all grades at A* - B. This is even more impressive with the new and more demanding A levels. Their successes are the result of two years of resilience and determination in their academic studies, commitment to the many extra-curricular opportunities that McAuley has to offer and the dedication of a large team of teachers, mentors and support staff. We are extremely pleased that over 90% of our university applicants have secured places on their preferred courses including those at some of the world's leading institutions, including Cambridge and other Russell group universities. Students applying for competitive courses have been successful in Veterinary Medicine, Law and Medicine while many others have secured apprenticeships. Congratulations to all of our students; we are extremely proud of you and we wish you every happiness and success in the future.

Upcoming Events

17 Dec 2018
07:00PM -
Advent Service
10 Jan 2019
07:00PM -
Year 13 A Level Certificate Presentation Evening
07 Feb 2019
05:30PM - 08:00PM
Year 12 Parents Evening

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