Patron Saints

The Catholic tradition of prayer is central to the academy's daily life and routine.  We meet together for assemblies, chapel time and each day begins with a Form Prayer.  Mass is regularly celebrated, sometimes in small groups or, on solemn occasions, as a whole academy community.

The Church's liturgical seasons permeate the life of our community.  The Catholic character and ethos of the academy is enhanced by the religious and cultural influences of those members of our community who profess other faiths and traditions.

Our beautiful chapel is central to the life of the academy and the Lay Chaplain ensures that a good liturgical experience is available with the Chapel being a vibrant meeting place at lunchtimes for activities and fun.

Patron Saints

Leaders prioritise pupils’ spiritual development.
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