St Francis Xavier School
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
About St Francis Xavier School
St Francis Xavier School is a mixed, comprehensive, Roman Catholic/Church of England secondary school without sixth form situated in Richmond, North Yorkshire. It is a voluntary aided state school falls under the Diocese of Middlesborough. A much smaller than average size for a secondary school, the school will provide 438 places for students in between the ages of 11-16, when fully subscribed.
Values and Vision
St Francis Xavier School is a church school that aims to inspire a love of god in each child, and shows a great level of pride in its students, who it considers to be fantastic ambassadors for the school.
While there are a lot of ways that the school shows its Christian faith, from its Eucharistic services twice a year to its liturgies at Christmas, Easter and the end of the school year, St Francis Xavier is an educational environment that welcomes students of all other faiths and none to be part of its vibrant, friendly and supportive school community.
“St Francis Xavier is an outstanding school. It provides an environment where students are known well and cared for as individuals and where there is an emphasis on and expectation of high achievement. The curriculum ensures the excellent development of students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding and enables them to develop into confident and responsible young adults as they grow through the school. The behaviour of students is outstanding and reflects the school’s values.”