Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School
Leeds, United Kingdom
About Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School
Based in West Yorkshire, Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School is a mainstream secondary school for girls and boys aged between 11 and 16. It is a voluntary aided establishment. Its denomination is Roman Catholic. It is based in the town of Meanwood in Leeds. At present, there are currently approximately 918 students enrolled at the school.
Values and Vision
Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School values religious studies. Children are encouraged to demonstrate their talents and develop new skills by following the rules of Christianity. Therefore, Religious Education is one of the most valued subjects at the school. Their aim is to respect others and make the world a better place to live in. Worshiping Christ is valued and pupils’ achievement is celebrated by all. Students should also be tolerant of people from all backgrounds of life.
“Achievement is good in a wide range of subjects including English, mathematics, languages, geography and history. The proportion of students across all year groups making more than the progress expected of them is rising as a result of good teaching. The school’s work to keep children safe is outstanding. Students behave well and want to learn. They enjoy coming to school. The curriculum offers a rich range of experiences within and beyond the school day. The school is a harmonious community where students from different backgrounds get on well together, and are respectful of each other and of adults. Students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is well promoted.”