The Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust allows us to strengthen the work we all do together in providing a world class Catholic education for all the families within our parishes. Staff and governors continue to work together to provide the best for our young people in all our schools throughout their education. I would like to thank them and all our families for their continued support.
With St. Mary’s Teaching School at the heart of the Trust, we are fully committed to the continuing professional development of all our staff and to providing teachers of the future for our children.
We have a vision for Catholic education that goes beyond individual schools and changes our perception from ‘my’ school, to ‘our’ schools. The challenge for us all is how we can share our gifts and talents to ensure that education for all of our children is outstanding.
Chair, The Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust
The ten schools who have converted into academies under The Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust are:
Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School Ilkley, a Voluntary Academy
St. Mary’s Horsforth Catholic Voluntary Academy
St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Pudsey, a Voluntary Academy
St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Otley, a Voluntary Academy
Ss Peter and Paul Catholic Primary School, a Voluntary Academy
St. Mary’s Menston, a Catholic Voluntary Academy
St Mary's Catholic Primary School Knaresborough, a Voluntary Academy
St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Harrogate, a Voluntary Academy
Holy Name Catholic Voluntary Academy
St. Stephen's Catholic Primary School and Nursery, a Voluntary Academy
FA Level 1 Coaching Course Achievement.
A huge thank you to the PA for their generosity!
On Friday 5 April 2019, 15 Year 9 and 10 pupils had the opportunity to attend a Health Sciences careers day at the University of Leeds.
On Friday 5 April 2019, we had our whole school sponsored walk in aid of The Good Shepherd Appeal.
Year 1 had a lovely morning learning about toys. The children enjoyed the chance to handle old and new toys from the museum’s nationally important collection and to discover how children played in the past.
What a fantastic morning! The children really enjoyed reading ‘Aliens Love Underpants’ - and there were plenty of laughs in the process!
Find out more about what the Kids Takeover is, how pupils and learners have taken part and what they have created!
Happy Mother’s Day
19 March 2019 was a very special day as we celebrated St Joseph's Day! We thought about the qualities of St Joseph; hardworking, loving, and strong.
Ampleforth Abbey is a Benedictine Abbey in Ryedale, North Yorkshire
Last week Year 2 looked at the art style pointillism in their Computing session.
“Nature all around.”
Year 2 have had a wonderful morning on Wednesday with Mr Kilvington and some members of Leeds Council planting trees for a new Wet woodland area.