Behaviour for Learning

Our College’s behaviour system is a reflection of Catholic Social Teachings and embodies how we wish our community to live their lives, develop a moral compass, and be the person that God created them to be. 

We wish to build resilience, independence and communication skills within our students, and believe that our behaviour system fosters positive relationships and builds self esteem. 

Students are assigned CST house points for the behaviours that they demonstrate, all of which link to the Catholic Social Teachings. Students, parents and staff can monitor their CST house points through Class Charts. 

The Common Good 

We speak clearly and show respect and responsibility for our sisters and brothers who are in need. We are called to work for the good of each and all and to ensure that no one is left behind.

House Points: 

  • Being helpful to others
  • Acting as a role model
  • Encouraging peers to make positive choices
  • Being helpful to our environment
  • Kindness 

Participation

All people have a right and a duty to participate and be supported in family life and society. We are all ‘Co Workers’ and through cooperation we can learn and grow closer to God. 

 House Points: 

  • Outstanding contribution to lessons
  • Excellent in attainment/attitude to learning
  • Teamwork  
  • Excellent commitment to co-curricular activities
  • Leading prayer/liturgy

Subsidiarity

We respect the dignity of work and the rights of workers.  We are called to empower communities, to let everyone have a say and we follow Jesus’ example of ensuring that the insights and perspectives of quieter voices are heard, so that a better world is achieved together.

 House Points: 

  • Taking extra care to listen to the voices of those who are underrepresented in our communities
  • Attending at an event designed to empower others
  • Being accepting of opinions that are different from our own/respecting other people’s points of view
  • Learning about working in a professional environment through work experience and/or volunteering
  • Respecting Safe Spaces

Stewardship of God’s Creation

We show our respect for the Creator by our stewardship of creation. We are called to protect people and the planet, living our faith in relationship with all of God’s creation.  

House Points: 

  • Keeping the College site clean and tidy
  • Seeking opportunities to reduce, reuse, recycle
  • Commitment to safe, sustainable travel 
  • Creating greener spaces around the college site

Human Dignity

We believe that we are beautifully made in the image and likeness of God and that each one of us is unique. Each and every human life is sacred and a gift from God that should be respected above all else.

 House Points: 

  • Actively celebrating our diverse community (e.g. prayer, involvement in assembly)
  • Learning from mistakes
  • Celebrate/ display/ promote good work around college site/ website/ twitter as a more regular routine- through bulletin
  • Respecting the views of all learners in the classroom

Preferential Option for the Poor

We put the needs of poor and vulnerable people first.

House Points: 

  • Showing compassion to others
  • Excellent contribution to fundraising
  • Being selfless
  • Organising/Contribution to second hand uniform/book sales 

Solidarity

We are one human family whatever our national, racial, ethnic, economic and ideological differences. We are our brothers’ and sisters’ keepers, wherever they may be. The pursuit of justice and peace is paramount.

House Points: 

  • Regular contribution to volunteering
  • Joining together with others to bring about change
  • Being SRRCC ready: every day on time, equipped to learn 

High School Tours – Tours for September 2024 entry will start after May half-term. Please keep an eye on our website for a link to book a place on one of our tours.

Offer Day - Friday 1st March 2024

Offers of High School places for September 2024 were made on National Offer Day, 1st March 2024 by local authroities on behalf of the College. If you were unsuccessful in gaining a place you have the right to appeal to an idependent appeals panel. For more information, please visit our High School Admissions page HERE.

Please note: The College Office staff do not have visibility of the waiting list and are unable to give personal information regarding positions on the waiting list. Should you have any further questions, please contact admissions@srrcc.org.uk.

 

Sixth Form

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Primary School

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