St. Mary's School, Menston

St. Mary's School, Menston

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St. Mary's School, Menston

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St. Mary's School on Bradford Road (A65) in Menston, West Yorkshire, England is a Roman Catholic school for young people of secondary school age, which serves the parishes of Addingham, Burley in Wharfedale, Horsforth, Ilkley, Otley, Pudsey and Yeadon.


Although Menston is in the City of Bradford metropolitan district the school itself is in the Guiseley and Rawdon ward of the City of Leeds metropolitan district, and is within the remit of Education Leeds.


It became a Sports College specialist school in 2000. It achieved Artsmark Silver in 2004. It has always been a popular school for children with the Catholic religion.


The work of the school is spiritual, moral, intellectual, aesthetic and physical development of each pupil. It seeks to put Christ at the centre of every activity, worship, learning and service to others. The school now educates 1,100 pupils in three main teaching blocks: Morse, Clitherow and the Hume building opened by Bishop David Konstant in 2001.

The pupils work alongside over 85 teachers supported by learning assistants, administrative, technical and maintenance staff and a school chaplain.

Academic performance

The school gets the best A level results in the Leeds LEA and the second best in West Yorkshire. At GCSE, it gets the second best best GCSE results in Leeds LEA behind Woodhouse...
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