New Senior School Building

Grand Opening – What A Success!

The new teaching building was officially opened on Saturday 29th February 2020 by Lieutenant Danielle Welch, star of ‘The Real Top Gun’ on ITV, and former St. Dominic’s Priory School pupil. Over 200 visitors attended the Grand Opening where there were tours of the building, activities utilising the new teaching technology and refreshments and lunch provided by the school’s caterers. The rooftop classroom proved to be a particular hit, despite the weather, and visitors were particularly interested in the beehive which will be a pupil project moving forward.

If you were able to attend our Grand Opening we would be grateful for your feedback.  Please fill in the short survey - Grand Opening Survey

The new building houses state of the art science laboratories, performing arts studios and peripatetic music rooms alongside high-tech classrooms with interactive screens and whiteboards.  These facilities will enrich the education and experiences of our current and future pupils and will give them the opportunity to fulfil their potential.  The Senior School is now able to accommodate an additional 20 places for each year group enabling the GSCE choice to continue to expand.


Press Articles

Stoke Sentinel - February 2018

The Stone & Eccleshall Gazette - February 2018

The Stone & Eccleshall Gazette - November 2018


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Entrance Assessment - 12th November 2020

Following a successful appointment only Open Week, our Entrance Assessment for children wishing to join Year 7 in September 2021 will take place on 12th November 2020.

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******GCSE results 2020 - 63% of students have been awarded 1 or more grade 8 or above, 47% of grades awarded were grade 7 or above, key top performing students achieved grades 7 - 9 across all subjects*******