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Psychology Students At The Lowry, Manchester

Results day

The Psychology department took Year 13 students to The Lowry, Manchester for an intensive revision conference for building strong foundations for the A’level examinations in the summer.



A Truly Outstanding Year At SJR!


The SJR class of 2017 students have achieved superb results with:

  • A pass rate of almost 100% for the fifth year running
  • Over half of the grades achieved being high grades (A*-B or equivalent)
  • A 17% increase in high grades at St John Rigby College over the past 5 years

The pass rate for Advanced Level courses has once again exceeded 99% and for the third consecutive year, the high grade passes have exceeded 50%.  These grades give further cause for celebration in what has been the most successful year in the college’s history.


Mission Statement

We are a Catholic College dedicated to the education and development of the whole person, so that all students can realise their full potential.

To achieve this as a community we will:

  • Welcome all students who are happy to be educated within a Christian environment
  • Value the uniqueness and dignity of each individual
  • Provide the highest standards of teaching and learning
  • Show commitment to our work and the Christian values of the College
  • Provide equality of opportunity, with mutual respect and positive encouragement
  • Build and further develop partnerships with the local, national and international community
imgTim Hartley

Tim recently attended an Endurance Running Altitude Training Camp in the Pyrenees. Tim has a long history of success in athletics which makes him eligible to compete frequently for his county.

This year Tim came 2nd in both the 800m and 1500m at the County Championships and the English Schools County Championships, while being at the youngest end of the three year age category. Towards the end of the season, Tim upped his distance to 3000m, where after just two races he is currently ranked 36th in Great Britain!

Tim also recently ran at an AoC regional cross-country event and qualified to represent the North West at the National Championships next April.

Training at altitude, alongside Great Britain athletes at the UK Athletics camp at Font Romeu is an amazing opportunity for Tim to progress and achieve so much more in the coming season.

We can’t wait to see April’s result - the whole College will be behind you.



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