We are a Catholic College dedicated to the education and development of our students. We welcome all who are happy to be educated in a Christian environment
We have outstanding facilities including high spec science labs and art studios, in addition to one of the largest synthetic playing surfaces in the country
Our great reputation means that positive links are made with future employers and universities and our students have access to a wide range of opportunities after College
We have a huge choice of enrichment activities such as music groups, dance, theatre, radio and TV journalism and work experience
We have superb social and study spaces which are available to students at all times
Our continued A Level pass rate of over 99% is above the national average, as are our pass rates for Vocational courses at Levels 1, 2 and 3.
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Results Day Arrangements For Students - August 2016

Students with results

Thursday, 18 August 2016

Year 13

Results will be available from 08:30 a.m. in B Block

  • You will receive your Advanced qualification results (A2, AS, BTEC Extended Diploma, BTEC National Diploma, BTEC Subsidiary Diploma).
  • We will confirm your destination.
  • Advice and guidance for UCAS and clearing will be available.

GCSE, Functional Skills English and Mathematics results will be available on Thursday 25 August 2016 from 08:30 am.

Year 12 Advanced

Surnames A-D         10.30
Surnames E-J          11:15
Surnames K-P         12:00
Surnames Q-Z         12:45                                                      

  • Please arrive at your allocated time.  The allocation of times enable us to deal with students on an individual basis and to manage the re-enrolment arrangements for students progressing to Year 13.
  • Once you have collected your results you must see a teacher to make arrangements for re enrolment  to Year 13.  Senior Managers will be on hand to support individuals as required. 

Students whose programme of study is fully BTEC will be automatically progressed to a second year of study and need not attend results day re enrolment

Year 12 – 13 Re – enrolment (18th August):

After collecting your results you will be directed to the Sports Hall for re-enrolment.

If you are unable to attend on these days your ‘proxy’ may re-enrol for you once they have collected your results. Your proxy must have photo ID on the day.

Thursday, 25 August 2016

08:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

  • You will receive your GCSE, BTEC, Vocational Studies or Entry Level results.
  • If you have applied for a course starting in September 2016 you must see your Personal Tutor to finalise arrangements. 

Students re-enrolling after a One Year Course (25th August):

You will receive your results and be re-enrolled in B Block if applicable.


If you are unable to attend on these days your ‘proxy’ may re-enrol for you once they have collected your results. Your proxy must have photo ID on the day.


SJR Student In England Rugby Tour of Australia

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SJR student, Craig Mullen, has been confirmed for the final England Academy Rugby League squad of 24 who will travel to Australia in July to play in test matches against two high schools.  


Applications for September 2016 entry
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The closing date for applications for September 2016 has now passed. However, you can still apply using the online application system here and your application will be considered.

Please contact our Admissions Office for further information.

Another Record Breaking Year For SJR Students

Students Celebrate

SJR students have achieved another remarkable set of results, surpassing all previous records and continuing the year on year improvements that have taken place over the last four years.  The A level pass rate has once again exceeded 99% and the high grade passes (grades A*, A and B) have increased by a staggering 8% to nearly 49%, meaning that practically every other grade is a high grade. 


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
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