A. Yes, applications are invited from all parents who wish their child to receive a Catholic education. The High School welcomed into its first cohorts of pupils a number of children of other faiths and traditions, and some of no declared faith. In the Primary School, 10 of the 30 places in Reception class are allocated without reference to relgion. Children who have these places will have priority should they wish to transfer to the high school after Year 6. Catholic schools in England and Wales educate over 800,000 children and young people; over 25% of whom are non-Catholic. The College seeks to be more than just a place where pupils are equipped with learning and skills for the workplace and responsible citizenship. Rather, to be a community where the spiritual, cultural and personal worlds within which we live are harmonised to form the roots from which grow our values, motivation, aspirations and the moral imperatives that inform our choices and actions as persons (Gravissimum Educationis).  

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