St Boniface's Catholic College
We are committed to striving for excellence in all its members through the delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum involving spiritual, moral, cultural, academic, social and physical education, delivered to the whole young person. All teaching and learning is done within the context of the teaching of the Catholic faith .
St. Boniface's Catholic College is a Roman Catholic academy for boys and sixth-form girls, under the direction and trusteeship of the Catholic Diocese of Plymouth Multi-Academy Trust (CAST).
It is a five-form entry College with students between the ages of 11 and 19. Although primarily a boys' college, girls are admitted to the sixth-form.
The College Mission Statement centres upon the education of the whole young person, not just the intellect. It is based on the ideal of the community working together for the benefit of all the members, young and old alike, bringing out the potential of every person.
- Ofsted rating: Inadequate See the report for the school
At St Boniface's Catholic College we value the diversity of all learners in terms of their academic and pastoral needs. We are aware that some learners may have additional difficulties with their learning or with their social skills when they first attend the College - or even may face challenges at different times of their journey through the College.
Our policy is to support all learners from the point at which they first need support - in order that they can reach their full potential, from the least to the most able. We work closely in partnership with parents, the students, support staff and a broad range of external services in order to break down the barriers into achievable goals of confidence, achievement, independence and mutual cooperation.
We provide targeted, bespoke support to meet the needs of the students. This may take the form of in class support, small group work, additional literacy and numeracy lessons, support from Learning Mentors and Learning Support Assistants and intensive one to one support.
- Secondary school - 11 to 16 years
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