History

The college was built in 1959 to serve the Catholic community in a wide catchment area covering the whole of North Leicestershire.  It was originally a five-form intake school but it has expanded to seven forms.  Additional building has taken place since the original building was opened to accommodate the increased number of students.

Back in 2009 we celebrated our 50th year, our College News Team were on hand to record the event.

 

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  • January 21, 2022 This week, students had the opportunity to take part in teamworking activities and meet representatives from . As well as hearing about transferrable skills, students were able to ask questions & see equipment including a vehicle. Read more at: Read more Read more
  • January 21, 2022 Many thanks to staff and apprentices from - a local civil engineering company - for a very informative presentation earlier this week on the construction sector and studying an apprenticeship. Read more at: Read more Read more
  • January 17, 2022 Tickets for all three performances of 'Little Shop of Horrors' are now available from the Finance Office / via ParentPay. Come along to enjoy this exciting musical and support the students on their return to the stage! Read more
  • January 9, 2022 ***School closure*** Due to a collapsed sewage pipe, school be closed tomorrow, Mon. 10th Jan. to students. Full details have been sent by parent mail including guidance for year 10 students sitting a CNAT exam. Please continue to check the website and emails for updates.
  • December 17, 2021 Many thanks to ex-student Catherine, who left last year, for speaking to Year 11 triple science students about her experience so far of studying at . Students enjoyed hearing about university life, including societies and other opportunities! Read more