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Thank You Father For Our School.
Help Us Learn To Value,
Learn To Give,
Learn To Achieve,
And To Grow In The Peace Of Christ.
Welcome to our school website and thank you so much for visiting us.
St. Benet Biscop Catholic High School is an expanding 11-18 mixed comprehensive school serving the communities of Northumberland. Located in south east Northumberland, our catchment area extends from Bedlington, where the school is situated, to Alnwick in the north of the county.
As a Catholic school St. Benet Biscop is a Christ centred community founded on the Gospel values including love, truth, justice and reconciliation. The curriculum and all decisions are guided by these values and all staff and pupils are expected to contribute to the Catholic ethos by relating to pupils and one another in ways that are consistent with them.
As defined in our mission statement "To seek wholeness, through faith quest and learning To become what God intends us to be" St. Benet Biscop exists to educate the whole person and to develop the full spiritual, academic and moral potential of all students.
Mr Con Todd
"St Benet Biscop is a good school with many outstanding features.
Students approach learning with highly positive attitudes.
They thoroughly enjoy learning, their behavior is outstanding and they are highly committed to succeed in all they do."
SCHOOL IS OPEN AS USUAL ON FRIDAY 24TH OCTOBER 2014.
Information on the Northumberland County Council stating otherwise is incorrect.
YEAR 7 ADMISSIONS
A small number of places remain available for admission to Year 7 in September 14. If you wish your son or daughter to be admitted in Year 7 next year please contact the school office on 01670 822795. Visits to the school for prospective parents and pupils are welcomed. (Updated Sep' 14)
MULTI-ACADEMY TRUST APLICATION
St. Benet Biscop, St Paul's and St. Peter's have submitted an application to the Department for Education to form a Multi-Academy Trust. The application has now been approved by the DFE and the conversion process in now under way. The target data for conversion is 1st December 2014 (Updated Sep' 14). The three schools in the trust will have a slight change of name, with the term 'Voluntary Aided' being replaced with 'Academy'. The Trust itself will be called Pax Christi Catholic Partnership (pending approval by Companies House).