St Boniface's Catholic College
Plymouth, United Kingdom
About St Boniface's Catholic College
St Boniface's Catholic College is an all-boys, non-selective, Roman Catholic secondary school with a mixed sixth form in Plymouth, serving students from the age of 11-19. The secondary school is situated in Devon. It belongs to the Catholic Diocese of Plymouth Multi-Academy Trust (CAST).
St Boniface’s Catholic College opened in 1863, formerly known as St Boniface’s School for Boys.
Mr Neil Maslen
Values and vision
St Boniface’s Catholic College wants all students to benefit from an enriching learning experience in a safe, stimulating and welcoming school environment. The secondary school works to develop students as a ‘whole person,’ both academically, spiritually, socially and personally, giving them the confidence to be themselves and embrace their differences, while at the same time developing their unique skills and talents. It is important to the school that pupils achieve their full potential and grow as confident, responsible, respectful and caring individuals, who will go on to achieve their goals and ambitions and lead successful and fulfilling future lives as caring and active members of society. The Catholic faith plays an important role in the daily life at the school and pupils are encouraged to develop their own spiritual journey and live by the Gospel values. St Boniface’s Catholic College prides itself on being a small learning community and wishes to get to know the families of each student so that everyone can work together to ensure the smooth running and success of the school.