Reflecting on a year of achievement at St Cuthbert’s

St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School, St Helens, is celebrating a wealth of achievement and success across many different aspects of school and community life.

The school started the year by welcoming the new intake of Year 7 students with a beautiful Welcome Mass, calling on its Catholic faith to ask for spiritual guidance and love for the students.

The festive season brought St Cuthbert’s first ever Communi-tea, as staff opened the doors to members of the community. The afternoon was filled with carol singing, dancing, quizzes and games, and everyone shared the real meaning and joy of Christmas.

This year, St Cuthbert’s has provided students the opportunity to experience a variety of educational days out and residential trips away, including visits to Rome, Barcelona and Savio House.

Staff said it has also been a real privilege to work within the community, providing support for local foodbanks and care homes.

Throughout the year, the St Cuthbert’s community has continued to celebrate much sporting success. The Year 7 boys’ football team reached the final of the St Helens Town Cup, and the boys’ rugby teams across all years are working hard week after week at training.

St Cuthbert’s remains committed to acting as a trailblazer for female participation and achievement is sport, with its Year 7/8 girls’ football team reaching this year’s county finals, and the Year 8/9 team competing in Liverpool ‘Four Clubs One Goal’ finals, representing Liverpool Football Club (LFC) women and achieving second place.

Staff are incredibly proud of students, who live out the St Cuthbert’s school values of courage, commitment, community, and compassion each day.

St Cuthbert’s looks forward to continuing to support students in the new academic year, to become the very best version of themselves, and to truly live their life in all its fullness.

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