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Curriculum Leader of Science, Mount Carmel Roman Catholic High School, Lancashire https://t.co/PX9ExvSUw2
To parents of pupils on the Trafford Centre trip today. We are aware of an incident that occurred at the Trafford Centre today. Please note that all pupils on this trip are safe and on their way back to school now as scheduled.
Fantastic Ella, well done from all at Mount Carmel https://t.co/xQvetvND3h
Deputy Headteacher, Mount Carmel Roman Catholic High School, Lancashire https://t.co/nXQ4pauavR
Teacher of English, Mount Carmel Roman Catholic High School, Lancashire https://t.co/zp7bjjQQGs
Teacher of Maths, Mount Carmel Roman Catholic High School, Lancashire https://t.co/xTkAwafYmr
Assistant Curriculum Leader of Maths, Mount Carmel Roman Catholic High School, Lancashire https://t.co/bZtIgXJCsH
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@standrewscep What a lovely thing to do Mia 💕
A message from our Headteacher Mr Bowers. Thank you to all the parents who sent their children into school today as normal. We had an extended form period to allow a few staff to get into school. Lessons are now... https://t.co/ARUQs0Noad


Visitors always comment on the warm welcome they receive and the ‘family’ atmosphere at Mount Carmel.
  • Achievement Co-ordinators, Form Tutors and Pastoral Support Officers are focused on all aspects of achievement, wellbeing and behaviour as well as day to day issues
  • Approximately 80 prefects in Year 11 and 30 Peer Mentors in Years 9 and 10 help staff ensure that everybody is safe and happy.
  • A very active and supportive PTFA group meet regularly and support numerous school events.
  • Parents’ evenings – a chance to speak to your child’s teachers about their progress.


Our pupils experience daily prayer & worship
  • Salford Diocese inspection graded us ‘outstanding’ in our Welcome, Welfare & Witness.
  • Multi-cultural and multi-faith celebrations & activities help develop and support community cohesion.
  • The G.I.F.T. (Growing in Faith Together) pupil team arrange liturgies in school.
  • The Youth St. Vincent de Paul (YSVP) group visit local residential homes to offer companionship and friendship to the elderly.


We are completely focused on all pupils' progress
  • Higher attaining students are stretched by more challenging teaching and an enhanced extra-curricular programme.
  • Individual support programmes are developed for pupils with additional needs to break down barriers to learning.
  • Enrichments to the curriculum include subject specific visits as well as team building residential trips to a wide range of places including Lockerbie in Scotland, Spain and Holland.
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