Christ the King Catholic Voluntary Academy

Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom


Location: Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary with sixth form
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Mixed
Age range: 11 - 18 years

About Christ the King Catholic Voluntary Academy

One of the main advantages of being a smaller that average secondary school is that we are small enough to create and maintain a caring, sharing Catholic ethos within the school whilst being large enough to give a wide range of curriculum and other opportunities to all of our students.

We are a well-equipped, purpose built Catholic Secondary School situated in a pleasant suburban area to the North-East of Nottingham.  We strive to ensure that each young person is safe, happy and successful and we pride ourselves on providing an excellent educational experience.

Our school is part of the Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Multi-Academy Trust which brings together the 21 Catholic Primary and Secondary schools in Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire.  Our priority is to ensure the very best Catholic Education for all young people in our community, whatever their circumstances. We will achieve this together, through a strategic approach to sharing best practice, effective challenge and support from a central standards and performance team and opportunities for high quality Continuing Professional Development offered by the CMAT’s teaching school, The Nottingham Catholic Teaching School Alliance.

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Location


Address: Darlton Drive, Arnold, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG5 7JZ, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 115 955 6262
What people say about us

Pupils learn and grow in a caring, strongly inclusive environment

- OFSTED March 2018

Pupils who spoke with inspectors were confident and self-assured. They cooperate well. They were very positive about the school and feel supported, both academically and pastorally.

- OFSTED March 2018

Teachers enjoy working at Christ the King and believe that the school is well led and managed.

- OFSTED March 2018

There is a strong feeling of community and pupils were quick to evidence how they can turn to a member of staff, and indeed their peers, for support and guidance

- DCI March 2016

Pupils recognise it as an inclusive and supportive school where they are inspired to give of their best

- DCI March 2016