As a Catholic College we take our responsibility to support parents in the spiritual development and faith formation of their children very seriously.
We believe that every child is entitled to opportunities for prayer, worship and reflection and all are encouraged through this to further develop their relationship with God.
Our college prayer which is said most days reminds our students of the importance of upholding the dignity of all, of recognising Christ in every person, of reaching out to those in need and respecting one another as valuable members of God’s Creation.
Our college Lay Chaplain Chris Copley and his assistant Mr Andy Doherty ensure that there is a well-planned ‘Catholic Life of the college programme’ that acknowledges the rhythms of the Liturgical year while also providing opportunities for students to live out their faith in action.
They are supported in their work by Fr. Sean Molloy and Fr. Kieron Walker
Yr5 and Yr6 students have the opportunity to display their creativity alongside that of our KS3 students in our latest “Virtual” art gallery.
The final result is on our website. You can access it here : http://sbsj.co.uk/virtual-art-gallery
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We are delighted to be able to offer students in Year 9 the opportunity of a Residential Retreat at Ampleforth Abbey
St Benedict’s 6th Form hosted its annual Careers and Universities Fair.
Music teacher Mrs Ross-Shaw, Head of Music speaks at Bradford Music Education Conference this year on Promoting Excellence in Music Teaching.
Bradford Catholic Girls' Choir - part of the Diocese's Schools Singing Programme and supported by St. Bede's and St. Joseph's - broadcast live on Radio 4
Once again I have been digging in to the archives and have found some photographs from the 1980's.
On Friday 10th March, it was the second week of the year 7 diploma games and this was all about resilience.
“This was a real team effort, with complete commitment and dedication from every cast member" said the judge from Wharfedale Festival of Theatre.