Sixth Form Enrolment - 22nd August

External students welcome to enrol from 10am-12:30pm. SMCA students enrol upon collection of GCSE results. If you are unable to attend email [email protected] with your GCSE results.

External students are welcome to enrol from 10am to 12:30pm. SMCA students are welcome to enrol upon collection of GCSE results. If you are unable to attend please email [email protected] with your GCSE results.

External students are welcome to enrol from 10am to 12:30pm. SMCA students are welcome to enrol upon collection of GCSE results. If you are unable to attend please email [email protected] with your GCSE results.

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"St. Mary's is an outstanding Catholic Academy. Directors and leaders are totally committed to the Church's mission of high quality education for all" Diocese Inspection, 2017

"The quality of the pastoral care is outstanding with all pupils and staff expressing the caring community that exists in all aspects of the life of the academy. ” Diocese Inspection 2017

“Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development was outstanding.” Ofsted 2017

The quality of learning for pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities is of a high standard" Ofsted 2017

“A creative approach to planning the curriculum has raised expectations, particularly at secondary level, of what pupils can achieve.” Ofsted 2017

Pupils make good progress from their starting points to achieve good outcomes which have improved over the last three years.” Ofsted 2017

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Sixth Form Wonderful Week

Photos of Sixth Formers on Wonderful Week Trips

The Sixth Form started their Wonderful Week with a day at Weeton army barracks, taking part in activities focused on team work, building resilience and developing leadership skills. After a very early start on Wednesday, they headed up to the North East for a guided tour around Newcastle University and very insightful sessions on university life and budgeting, before enjoying some free time to explore the delights of the City of Newcastle. Students were able to compare the attractions of a city university with those of a campus university when they ended the week with a visit to Edge Hill University. Here, they were given a guided tour of the campus; a talk about the university voted 2014/15 Times Higher University of the Year; a workshop looking at exemplar personal statements and an informative presentation about student finance. On the days spent in the Academy, students attended a carousel of apprenticeship talks and a session on how to write a personal statement/ CV, with students being set the challenge to produce a first draft of the one most suited to their future plans before their return in September. A huge thank you to all the Sixth Formers and staff for their active participation throughout the week which ensured it was both a productive and enjoyable week for everyone.

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