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Welcome to Blessed George Napier Catholic School and Sixth Form Specialist Sports College


Thursday 11 February - Year 11 parents' evening @ 4 pm
Friday 12 February to Thursday 18 February - Ski trip
Monday 22 February and Thursday 25 February - Year 10 interviews with Rotary Club
Thursday 25 February - Sixth Form parents' evening @ 4 pm
Monday 29 February to Friday 4 March - Year 10 work experience week
Thursday 10 March - Year 8 parents' evening @ 4 pm
w/c Monday 14 March - 'Born for This' production in parishes and school

The holidays for the remainder of this academic year are:-

Half-term - school closes on Friday 12 February at 3.20 pm and reopens on Monday 22 February at 8.40 am
Easter - school closes on Thursday 24 March at 3.20 pm and reopens on Monday 11 April at 8.40 am
Bank holiday - Monday 2 May school closed
Half-term - school closes on Friday 27 May at 3.20 pm and reopens on Monday 6 June at 8.40 am
Current academic year finishes on Friday 15 July at 1.30 pm


Dear Parent/Guardian

A warm welcome to Blessed George Napier Catholic School and Sixth Form, a Youth Sport Trust Lead Partner School, and an academy within The Pope Francis Catholic Multi Academy Company.

We are a Catholic school and, as such, we are deeply aware of the unique nature of each individual and the purpose that each one of us has in bringing about the Kingdom of God.   Providing a first class education for all our pupils, so that they can use their talents and skills for the good of others, is very much part of our Christian mission.

In our last inspection, Ofsted commented: “It is a friendly, supportive community, in which students feel safe and well cared for. The school promotes students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development exceptionally well” and “The senior leadership team demonstrates a shared ambition to enable all students to succeed both academically and personally.”  In the same report Ofsted referred to a student’s comment: “We are really just one big family who get on well together.”  Our last Diocesan Inspection stated: “Pupils contribute in an excellent manner to building the character of a school to which they are obviously very proud to belong” and “There is serious commitment to learning.”

At KS5 our A Level results were very good with 44% of students being awarded an A*, A or B grade at A Level and 98% achieving an A*-E grade.  This year our AS results were extremely good with a pass rate of 86%.  As a result, the average total UCAS points score for our students continues to be above the national average, which gives our students a real advantage when applying to Higher Education institutions. We are delighted that all who left the Sixth Form went into education, employment or training and many are now attending Russell Group universities and some of the most prestigious academic institutions in the country.   They are a credit to themselves, their families and BGN.

We have a history of strong GCSE results.  This year our results were exceptional and we achieved 73% A*-C including English and Maths, with 79% of pupils achieving 5 GCSEs A*-C.  This is due to the hard work and dedication of our staff and students. Our levels of progress are excellent. 

BGN is a thriving school where laughter is often heard and respect for each individual is regularly demonstrated. Our Catholic faith is the source from which we draw our strength and the root of all our success.

May God continue to bless this very special school.

Fraser Long