Outstanding Catholic education for all
Saint Gregory’s is a high performing, oversubscribed, 11-18 co-educational school which was once again rated Outstanding by Ofsted in 2013. Our most recent inspection by Clifton Diocese also rated us as an Outstanding Catholic school.
What makes Saint Gregory’s stand out from other schools is our commitment to the young people in our care, a commitment that encourages and inspires every child to fulfill their potential and flourish. We encourage our students to love learning, participate fully in the life of our school and embrace the many opportunities that are on offer.
All outstanding schools need to ensure that their young people are provided with a vibrant and stimulating curriculum that meets the needs of an ever-changing world. We are committed to providing our students with the necessary skills to achieve academic and spiritual growth so that they may truly thrive, both socially and emotionally. Our inclusive ethos ensures this.
As a Catholic school we provide our students with a moral compass based on Catholic Social Teaching that supports their growth and development. It is essential that our students are encouraged to have enquiring minds, ask questions and form their own opinions. Read more…
Our group of enthusiastic Year 10 young volunteers recently attended the second session of their course which was led by Andy Clare from the charity HCPT. In the first term the group focused on CAFOD’s World Gifts campaign and ran a successful fundraiser showing ‘Christmas Specials’ and hot chocolate in the run up to Christmas. […]
Last week the eco-team and a group of the tutor environment reps attended a conference at Komedia on the issue of Plastics and the ocean. The conference featured an array of speakers from across the spectrum of environmentalism – a company who make products from ocean plastic, Wessex Water, a courageous young lad from St […]
For the first reflection looking at how God speaks to us about communion, it seems most apt to go to the Old Testament and see what we can learn from the most famous wandering community of all.