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 St Cuthbert’s is a Catholic community, which guides each of its students to develop their own unique gifts and talents, whatever they may be. By providing a broad range of learning experiences and a supportive and nurturing environment, our students enter the world as confident, rounded individuals, with high expectations of themselves and the self-belief, skills and attributes to achieve their true potential...

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Great to be featured in the @sthelensstar celebrating the successes of our students and their individual skills and talents which help them to become well-rounded people.
#StCuthBEST #wearethefuturelivetour As a school we take the health and safety of our students and staff very seriously. There is currently no cause for concern at the school and we will keep you informed of any developments. In light of the recent outbreak of Coronavirus and subsequent confirmed cases in the UK we are sharing the guidance and
advice published by Public Health England.

#coronavirus #nhs #publichealthengland #catchitbinitkillit Here at St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School, we acknowledge that excellence comes in many forms. We identify and encourage all of our students’ skills and talents, from budding scientists, artists and sports professionals, to the tradespeople who will build our future cities. 
Through our knowledge-based curriculum and partnerships with employers, businesses and professional organisations, we develop well-rounded individuals.

Our students understand their unique personal potential and they’re getting results, in the classroom and beyond.

#StCuthBEST #WeAreTheFuture Thank you to Megan from @merseysidepolice for this morning’s talk with some of our Year 8 students, all about how to be safe online and know what to do when the risks occur. A really engaging session with a fun quiz thrown in at the end! #cyberprevent #preventcyberbulling #preventcybercrime #StCuthBEST Today we celebrated Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. ‘Treat others as you would like to be treated’ is at the centre of our mission statement here at St Cuthbert’s and something which we will live throughout the whole 40 days. 
In The Chapel today Miss Kenny asked our students to think about and write down what they pledge to do over Lent. Whilst they received ashes from each other, they thought about how they could be kinder to each other and do their best not to hurt others. 
#BeKind #ashwednesday 
#ashwednesday2020 #lent #StCuthBEST Today is Ash Wednesday which marks the first day of Lent. Please join us at 1pm in the Chapel to receive ashes from Father Phil. #ashwednesday #StCuthBEST



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