Seek Ye First the Kingdom of God…’
Matthew 6.33

At St Patrick’s Catholic College our aim is to provide a high quality education based upon the teachings  of Christ; where all pupils are valued members of our community and able to  develop their talents to the full.

True Catholic education is concerned with academic success and is also about helping young people to grow and appreciate their worth and value. It is our responsibility to help pupils realise their dignity and discover their purpose.

We acknowledge that each person is a unique individual and strive to respect each individual irrespective of circumstance, gender, race or creed. We will encourage everyone to develop their unique personality and educate the whole person within a loving and caring Christian environment. In St. Patrick’s all students will have the opportunity to develop spiritually and holistically. They have the opportunity to be taught to a level that suits their ability and enables them to achieve their own personal goals.

The fact that we are a relatively small Catholic secondary school with high academic standards and a family atmosphere makes us special. Our success is firmly rooted in strong, supportive relationships between pupils, staff and parents based on mutual respect and high aspirations. This is a place where all students and staff are valued and respected as unique individuals.

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Additional Provision at St. Patrick’s Catholic College

St. Patrick’s Catholic College prides itself on its excellent additional provision to complement the needs of all its pupils.

The philosophy underpinning our provision is very simple – our Christian faith commands that we love and care for  all people, indeed, this is even more of an imperative where we find anybody in  need. As a Catholic school, we acknowledge the divine origin and destiny of all our children. The school mission simply states:

‘Seek Ye First the Kingdom of God…’
Matthew 6.33

It is our mission therefore, to enable all our young people to understand their own importance in God plan and the way in which they can help to establish his kingdom here on earth. To support all our young people to do this, we look at the individual needs of all our pupils and respond by offering the extra or differentiated support that individual pupils may need.

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“Stockton Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service (SEND IASs)”

A free independent information, advice and support service offered to all parents and carers, children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

An appointment system is now available if you would like to talk to someone from SEND IASS about any issues you have relating to SEND.

Venue: Stockton Central Reference Library, Church Road, TS187 1TU


Thursday 9th February 2017
Thursday 16th February 2017
Thursday 11th May 2017
Thursday 15th June 2017
Thursday 6th July 2017

Appointments are available from 9.15 till 12.15

To make an appointment please contact: Diane Redmond on 01642 527228