The strong Catholic values that permeate the school’s life promote a strong sense of belonging and engender deep moral awareness in pupils.
Pupils behave well. They are sensible, courteous, polite and respectful to adults and to one another.
Pupils’ attendance compares well to the national average figure.
The local academy committee holds leaders to account for the school’s performance effectively. In turn, the academy committee is challenged by the board of directors on the rate of improvement. This is why the school is improving.