Welcome to St. Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy.
A member of the St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi-Academy Trust.
Through a positive three-way partnership between, home, school and parish we aim to work together to ensure our children achieve their potential.
Year 7 Parents Review Evening 24/10/2019
A meeting for parents with your child’s form tutor to discuss how your child has settled in to the school and the progress they have made to date.
Wear it pink - 18/10/2019
Students raising awareness of breast cancer by taking part in a non-uniform day wearing an item of pink clothing and making £1 donation plus a cake sale during break and lunchtime.
Congratulations to the Class of 2019 on your GCSE results #goTeamSPH
GCSE Results 2019 Press Release - To View Click HERE
DIOCESAN CANONICAL INSPECTION REPORT - Graded “GOOD”
“The overall effectiveness of the school is good. The Headteacher is an inspirational leader and the strong leadership shown by the senior team has galvanized the school community and taken them on a journey of reﬂection and development. The Headteacher’s passion and drive have led to an overwhelmingly positive sense of community and care within the school. She has been ably supported by effective governors at the school, who set challenging expectations”. DCI June 2018
#TEAMSPH | Together on the Journey
WEEK 1 - Monday 14th October - Friday 18th October 2019.
WEEK 2 - Monday 21st October - Friday 25th October 2019.
Friday 18th October #TeamSPH wear it pink - raising breast cancer awareness by wearing non-uniform, an item of pink clothing and making a £1 donation.
Pink themed cakes also being sold throughout break and lunchtime.
Year 7 Parents Review Evening will take place on Thursday 24th October 2019 from 4.00 until 7.00pm.
To view the St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi Academy Trust website Click here
At the Heart of the Community
St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy is an exciting place for our students to grow and develop, building an enriching love of learning and a spiritual outlook that they will carry with them through life.
louisa Morris | Headteacher