St Cuthbert’s is a voluntary-aided, 11-16, co-educational comprehensive Catholic high school in the St. Helens Authority in the north west of England. There are 810 pupils on roll of whom 45% are baptised Catholic, with 33% from other Christian denominations, and 22% from other faith or religious traditions.
We are a school at the heart of its community. We are a school with students who flourish as a result of the attentiveness to their needs and the pervading sense of justice instilled by staff. We are a school with students who are confident to take full responsibility for themselves and their actions and are quick to praise and celebrate the achievements of others. We are a school that works together as a Christian family to live the message of the Good News of Jesus Christ to love God and our neighbour.
We are St Cuthbert's. We are more than a school.
“Treat others as you would like to be treated!” (Matthew 7:12)
St Cuthbert’s is a Catholic High School, in which students, staff, governors and friends will work together as a Christian family to live the message of the Good News of Jesus Christ to love God and our neighbour (Mark 12:29-31) by:
learning to know and accept the love of God by the way we treat each other and work together (Matthew 7:12)
respecting and embracing all cultures and recognising that as individuals we are unique (Genesis 1:26)
developing the gifts, talents and aspirations of all students and staff (Matthew 25:14-30)
providing the best education for all students and helping them to live life in all its fullness (John 10:10)
accepting the support of those in our community who work for the good of the school (Luke 10:25-37)
reaching out to those who need our help in our world (Mark1:39-42)
protect and take pride in all aspects of our environment so that we become stewards of God’s creation (Psalm 8)
Preparing the young people of St Cuthbert’s for life in the modern world, empowered by our dedicated staff to become caring citizens and resilient learners who achieve excellence.