Cardinal Newman Catholic High School
Warrington, United Kingdom
About Cardinal Newman Catholic High School
Cardinal Newman Catholic High School is a mixed, non-selective, Roman Catholic, comprehensive secondary school, situated near Warrington in Cheshire. There are currently 767 students aged 11-16 on the school roll.
Ms J. Langstaff
Values and vision
Cardinal Newman Catholic High School’s vision is to inspire, challenge, support and empower its students to become lifelong learners who love God, others and themselves. It aims to provide high quality teaching and learning, enabling all students to achieve their potential, and to promote the highest standards of spiritual, academic, moral, social and cultural education.
The school provides a caring and welcoming environment based on Christian values. Teachers foster a love of learning by providing a stimulating, challenging curriculum tailored to meet the needs of each individual. The school values, respects and supports all members of the school and wider community and celebrates their efforts and achievements.
“The majority of teaching is good. Teachers assess pupils’ work accurately and most prepare work which motivates and engages pupils. The headteacher and all leaders are relentless in their determination to make the school as effective as it can possibly be. They have an accurate understanding of its strengths and areas for development, and have used this information to drive improvements in teaching and achievement. Pupils enjoy school because they feel safe and are confident that teachers care about them and will do their best to help them.”