St Cuthbert’s is a Catholic High School in which students, staff, governors and friends work together to live the message of the Good News of Jesus Christ to love God and our neighbour.
We aim to be Good Samaritans, making a difference not only to our own lives and the school community, but also to the wider community in Sutton, St Helens, and beyond.
Students at St Cuthbert’s are well known for getting involved in community and charity activities, including on-going fundraising activities, supporting local food banks, and our friendship with the local care home which sees students volunteering at special occasions such as Christmas and Easter. We also take part each year in Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Appeal, an opportunity to learn about and pray for children of other cultures, languages and world religions.
"Pupils are encouraged to be respectful and think of others, particularly through the assembly programme. There are plenty of opportunities for pupils to turn these thoughts into actions, for example, by volunteering and fund-raising. In many ways, the work the school does is preparing pupils well for life in modern Britain." Ofsted, September 2016
‘Cuthies Act’ is a group of students who support the work of Free The Children, a global charity that promotes empowerment and social activism among young people.
We welcome the community use of our hire facilities for events and activities. These include our sports hall, floodlit all-weather pitch, gym, fitness suite, drama theatre, conference room, ICT suite, food technology room, and many other classrooms. Find out more.
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