Our school is built on strong foundations of discipline and moral purpose. We offer a lively, dynamic and highly successful environment in which to achieve. Above all, we are a faith community, providing an enriching education which cares deeply about the wellbeing and development of our children and our community.
Our GCSE grades consistently place us in the Top 10% of all secondary schools nationally. Our GCSE grades reflect a continued improvement at grade 4 and 5, retaining our outcomes well above national. Our outstanding A Level results place us in the Top 1% of post-16 providers nationally for both A-Level and Vocational Courses
We encourage all our students to enrich their learning with extra-curricular activities. We currently offer: Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Bible Club, Boxing, Breakfast Club, Chess Club, Choir, Debate Team, Duke of Edinburgh, Fitness, Football, Homework Club, House Drama, Judo, Maths Club, Music Lessons, Netball, Rugby, Sixth Form Study, Spoken Word, STEM Group (Science), Table Tennis and Trampoline.
Cardinal Pole Catholic School welcomes all families who support our values. Our school is rooted in Catholic values which permeate all aspects of work and relationships. Our Chapel is at the heart of the school, placing Christ at the centre of everything that we do. This encourages discipleship amongst our students which helps to inspire them to live out our school principles of accountability, compassion, equality, integrity, high expectations and respect.
At Cardinal Pole School, Literacy is at the heart of everything we do. We therefore offer students a wide range of stimulating ways to develop their ability to speak, read and write effectively. From a well-stocked Library to a range of high-quality interventions and our very own School Poet, we strive to help our students to gain Literacy skills that will enable them to thrive throughout their lives.
Cardinal Pole Catholic School, 205 Morning Lane, London, E9 6LG
During mental health awareness week, students will have special assemblies to complement their PSHE lessons on mental health and wellbeing. We will also be conducting a student survey to get feedback on students' experiences and perceptions of mental health which we will then use to identify and inform how we address the issues that arise. Further information, support, and guidance is available from the following organisations: • Childline – www.childline.org.uk or call 0800 1111 • Kooth – www.kooth.com • The Samaritans – www.samaritans.org or call 116 123 • NSPCC – www.nspcc.org.uk • Mind – www.mind.org.uk If you would like to speak to a member of the school Mental Health and Wellbeing Team (Mr McEvoy or Ms John) please do not hesitate to do so via the school office.