St Margaret Mary's Primary is a Catholic multicultural primary school where students, staff and parents work cooperatively in a welcoming environment to:
Cerdon College is a Catholic secondary school for girls, established by and educating in the tradition of the Marist Sisters. In living out the values of Christ, our school celebrates the uniqueness of each person within a diverse community. This is reflected in our school motto 'In All Things Christ'.
We are committed to providing each student with a learning environment which is comprehensive, inclusive and challenging. We are a multicultural school which seeks to live out the values of Christ in a caring and supportive environment.
We aim to lead our students to an awareness of what it means to be a Christian in the tradition of the Catholic community. The religious teaching and liturgical life of the school underpin the structure of the school curriculum.
Marist pedagogy is essentially personal and is directed towards the good of each individual. It is `child-centred' and is based on a deep concern for each of our students, not in isolation but in the total context of their growth to maturity. Thus providing, the best possible conditions for their self-affirmation within an environment characterised by a family atmosphere and the Spirit of Mary.
Cerdon College is a Catholic secondary girls’ school that was established in 1960 by the Marist Sisters. The College has a strong commitment to the provision of a contemporary education underpinned by Marist values, social justice, pastoral care and commitment to community. We are dedicated to providing each student with a learning environment which is comprehensive, inclusive and challenging.
In doing so, we offer an extensive co-curricular program that encourages students to fully engage in their learning as they seek to achieve their personal best. Cerdon College maintains a values- laden learning environment by creating friendly, yet well-ordered, learning spaces.
High academic standards are sought and valued at Cerdon College; each member of staff is challenged to maintain high professional standards, and each student is encouraged to develop their talents to the full. We aspire to develop confident, resilient and articulate young women who embrace their faith and are committed to life-long learning.
We aim to lead our students to an awareness of what it means to be a Christian in the tradition of the Catholic Community. The religious teaching and liturgical life of the school underpin the structure and application of the school curriculum.