St Catherine's Catholic School


‘The school has been brilliant in supporting and nurturing my daughter academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually’. - parental quote from the June 2022 Ofsted Report


GCSE Results for 2023

We are very pleased to report fantastic GCSE results again. St Catherine’s is way above both Bexley and national averages. For Progress 8, which is the academic progress that pupils make from the end of key stage 2 to the end of key stage 4, we are +0.64 higher than the average score in Bexley. Below are a few highlights.

Bexley Admissions for 2024/25

Please click HERE for all the details about applying for secondary schools in Bexley for 2024/25.

How to apply for place at St Catherine’s?

Applying for a place at St Catherine’s is easy. You need to:

  • Complete a Bexley CAF (Common Application Form), which can found HERE.
  • You will also need to complete our Supplementary Information Form which can be found at the bottom of this page.

As of the 5th June 2022, Pentecost, the Bishops of England and Wales reinstated the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days. Parents applying for a place at St Catherine’s, under a faith based criteria will need to complete a Supplementary Information Form. 

Pupils display very positive attitudes to their peers and their teachers. They behave very well in lessons and are calm and orderly around the school, including at social times. Pupils attend regularly, and a focus on punctuality means that they are rarely late to school or to lessons - June 2022 Ofsted Report

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Mid- Year Admissions:

All the above criteria applies including completing the school Supplementary Information Form. 

  • Link to Bexley In-year secondary school application form HERE.

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Leadership at all levels is outstanding. Leaders demonstrate a distinct understanding of their role in providing a school that ensures every member of the community is valued. Respecting the dignity of each individual as a child of God is their fundamental purpose and is realised in all aspects of school life. All pupils are happy knowing that they are safe and well cared for -  Section 48 Diocesan Inspection Report - October 2021 

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