A letter emailed to parents 02/03/2021) regarding March Opening is here
Remote learning information for parents is here
Lateral Flow Testing information including Information Letters, Forms and Risk Assessment are here 
New Vatican website devoted to the latest Papal Encyclical from Pope Francis entitled ‘Fratelli Tutti’

More information is here     (For students to raise Safeguarding or wellbeing concerns or access help for teaching and learning)

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Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School

Welcome to Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School, a member of the Romero Academy in Coventry. It is the patron of our School, Cardinal Nicholas Wiseman, who has a coat of arms which every student wears proudly as a badge on their blazer. The motto of the badge ‘Omnia pro Christo’ means ‘All things for Christ’ and therefore faith is at the heart of everything we do and the reason why we have high expectations of ourselves. Every member of staff is committed and passionate about their work, providing opportunities academically and pastorally for our students to achieve their best and become confident and independent young men and women. Our curriculum is carefully designed to meet the needs of all our students with an excellent range of options both at GCSE and A level. Students enjoy school and appreciate its strong community of care and guidance provided to support their personal development. Examinations are important but we also seek to provide enrichment opportunities such as educational visits, special curriculum days, sporting activities – all within a framework of continuous spiritual growth. I appreciate that dedicated staff alone cannot achieve student success. The staff provide guidance but each student must strive by their determined efforts to achieve high standards of education, as Archbishop Oscar Romero reminds us all ‘aspire not to have more but to be more’.

Mr M Everett

Principal