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Catholic Ethos

St Aloysius’ College is a Catholic school. As such, we are part of the Church’s mission to “make disciples of all nations”. We also have a responsibility to remember Jesus’ words “Whatever you did to the least of my brothers, you did to me.”

Therefore we look at the local, national and global communities for ways to fulfil our obligations as a Christian community.

Although we welcome pupils of many faiths, all Year Groups have Religious Education lessons. We aim to ensure that our pupils are religiously literate. This means that they have the knowledge, understanding and skills to think spiritually, ethically and theologically, and are aware of the demands of religious commitment in everyday life.

Our GCSE results show that we are succeeding in this.

Each year during Lent, we raise approximately £2,000 and have supported a number of charities.

Among others, we have supported the following projects and charities:-

Peramiho Girls School near Songea in southern Tanzania.

In Spring 2016, we received a letter from Bishop Franzelli Giuseppe of Lira Diocese in Uganda asking for help with repairing a failed village water at Bunga Hill Primary school. He had heard of us through contacts who we had helped previously helped. Through Non-Uniform Days, Sponsored Inter-Form Football and cake sales we were able to raise £500 to restore clean water to the community.

In November of 2016 the school responded to a request from Westham Secondary School in Kwazulu-Natal South Africa, and was able to donate £700 towards the establishment of a school library.

In October 2016 the case of Zeinab Sokian (threatened with execution in Iran) was taken up by the school and each Form Group was asked to sign a petition calling for clemency. Staff also supported pleas for justice and clemency by signing the petition.

We have been supporting Richard House Children’s Hospice each Christmas for years. We do this by selling “Wishing Stars” on their behalf.

Last Christmas, food hampers were prepared by all Form groups for distribution to elderly people in the local community. There was healthy competition between Forms to produce the best decorated hamper and win the prize.

Foodbanks in our neighbouring parish, St Gabriels, run by the Spiritan Fathers and St Theresa’s parish in Borehamwood, have also been supported by Non-Uniform Days where pupils brought in non-perishable foods to gain the right to wear their own clothes.

We have a busy programme of worship throughout the Liturgical Year. We are very fortunate to have a close relationship with the parish of St. Joseph, Highgate whose priests are enormously helpful in welcoming our pupils to Mass during school time; as well as saying Mass on Friday mornings and hearing Confessions. Prayer is an important part of the school day. Each day begins with a prayer at Registration or Assembly and everything stops at 12 Noon for the Angelus.

Our aim is to educate our students in an environment guided by Gospel values, where all can prosper and develop.

Mission Statement

The St. Aloysius' College mission is to educate our students in an environment where Gospel values are defined and the St. John Baptiste de la Salle traditions of learning, justice, respect and community cohesion are promoted.

In pursuing our mission we seek to:

1. Promote a Christian community whilst respecting other world faiths. Create a culture of high expectations and achievement which will enable students of all abilities to prosper, develop and take responsibility for their own learning.

2. Encourage students to respect and support others; their peers, their teachers, those in the wider community and particularly those in society who are marginalised.

3. Value all students as individuals of equal worth in an atmosphere of respect, tolerance and understanding so that they will grow into responsible adults with an appropriate respect for the environment in which we all live.

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Easter Liturgy 2017

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Walsingham 2017

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Year 7 Retreats 2017

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Year 12 AP2 Internal Exams - November 2018

Year 13 AP2 Internal Exams - November 2018

November Update Letter to Parents

End of Term Letter (October 2018)

School Meals Update

Extracurricular Activities & Clubs

Youth Council Members

TFL Live Twitter Travel Alerts

Saint Aloysius' College Sports Principles

Saint Aloysius' College Sports Principles Part 2

Directions to Playing Field

Homework Tracking


  • MON 12TH - Year 7-10 Assessment

    DECEMBER 2018

  • WED 5TH - Year 11 Parent's Evening, 4pm to 7pm

  • WED 12TH - Year 13 Parent's Evening, 4pm to 5.30pm, STA students only

  • WED 12TH - 6th Form Open Evening, 6pm to 7.30pm

  • FRI 14TH - Year 11 Presenting Yourself Day

  • TUE 18TH - Carol Service at St. Joseph's Church

  • WED 19TH - 6th Form Christmas Fundraiser Quiz

    JANUARY 2019

  • TUE 1ST - New Year's Bank Holiday

  • THU 24TH - Year 12 Parent's Evening, 4pm to 5.30pm, STA students only
  • FEBRUARY 2019

  • WED 27TH - Year 8 Parent's Evening, 4pm to 7pm
  • MARCH 2019

  • THU 7TH - World Book Day

  • THU 7TH - Year 9 Parent's Evening, 4pm to 7pm

  • WED 13TH - Year 8 Option Choices Evening, 4pm to 5pm

  • WED 27TH - Year 10 Parent's Evening, 4pm to 7pm
  • APRIL 2019

  • WED 3RD - Year 7 Parent's Evening, 4pm to 7pm

  • FRI 19TH - Good Friday

  • MON 22ND - Easter Monday
  • MAY 2019

  • MON 6TH - May Day Bank Holiday

  • MON 27TH - May Bank Holiday
  • JULY 2019

  • THU 4TH - Summer Music Concert

  • MON 8TH - Year 10 Work Experience begins

  • TUE 9TH - Induction Day for new Year 7's

  • WED 10TH - 6th Form Farewell Barbeque

  • THU 11TH - Activities Day

  • FRI 12TH - Sports Day & Year 9 Trip to WW1 Battlefields

  • MON 15TH - Year 10 Prize Giving afternoon

  • TUE 16TH - Year 9 Prize Giving afternoon

  • WED 17TH - Year 8 Prize Giving afternoon

  • THU 18TH - Year 7 Prize Giving afternoon