St Nicholas Catholic High School,
A Business and Enterprise College
We aspire to embrace the Gospel and its values, celebrating uniqueness and diversity. Our learning, within an enterprise culture, is based upon trust and respect which define our relationships within the world family. 'Everyone Matters'
The school knows that pupils are different in many ways but there is one way in which all St. Nicholas pupils are equal - all are equal in importance. Teachers ensure that each child is known individually. The school especially values good relations with parents, "the first and foremost educators of their children". The school sees itself as working in partnership with parents, for the benefit of all their children.
Good order and discipline are considered to be most important within the school, without these nothing can be achieved. We know that children prefer a well-ordered and well-disciplined school. We also believe that children prefer to be busy, to work hard and to take a pride in achieving high standards. The school is proud to he called a happy school and will always try to remain one.
St. Nicholas Catholic High is a Catholic Comprehensive school for boys and girls aged 11-18 plus. It caters for pupils in a wide catchment area which includes but is not limited to: Northwich, Winsford, Middlewich, Moulton, Knutsford, Holmes Chapel, Frodsham, Barnton, Sandiway, Tarporley, Kelsall, Aston by Budworth, Comberbach, Pickmere, Whitley, Antrobus and Great Budworth.
Consideration will be given to the admission of pupils outside of the defined catchment area. The principal associated primary schools are St.Bede's, Weaverham; St. Joseph's, Winsford; St. Luke's, Frodsham; St.Mary's, Middlewich; St. Vincent's, Knutsford; and St. Wilfrid's, Hartford.
Other applications for admissions will be considered by the School Governors. (The admission limit is 198 pupils). The school has currently 1100 plus pupils on roll, with approximately 160 in the Sixth Form. Its nature and size are key factors in developing an ideal school; a place where each pupil is recognised and treated as an individual of equal worth.
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