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  • LiveSimply Award

    Tue 06 Feb 2024

    Find out more here.

  • February Half Term Activities with CMK Connect

    Mon 05 Feb 2024
  • Saint Angela Feast Day

    Sat 27 Jan 2024

    We have been reflecting on the life of Saint Angela with Sister Alice this week.


    We encourage you to join with us in sharing our Ursuline prayer, which comes from the writings of Saint Angela, this Saturday at 3:40pm (15:40 on the 27th January is the year and day St Angela died).



    Gracious God,

    Let us remain in harmony,

    United together all of one heart and one will.

    Let us be bound to one another by the bond of love.

    Respecting each other, helping each other
    and bearing with each other in Jesus Christ.

    For if we try to be like this, without any doubt,
    the Lord God will be in our midst.


  • Mass

    Fri 19 Jan 2024

    Students, staff, parents and their families, governors and anyone linked to our school are warmly invited to celebrate Mass with us, here in our Chapel.


    We are next meeting Wednesday 31st January at 3:30pm.

  • Christmas Hampers 2023

    Thu 14 Dec 2023

    Our Youth SVP group have been very busy collecting hamper donations from Tutor groups throughout the school. And what an effort!

    Tutor Group Winners (chosen by students)

    S. Allen – 6SF

    G Close – 11GLC

    D Steel/ J McAuley – 11DST

    So many families are going to benefit from the incredible donations.

    Thank you!

    Miss Gaffney and the Youth SVP

  • Exam Certificate Collection

    Fri 08 Dec 2023

    Academic Year 2022-2023 Certificate Collection.


    From Monday 11th December until Monday 18th December 2023 during school opening hours, former Y11, Y12 and Y13 students will be able to collect their examination certificate for academic year 2022-2023 from Reception.


    As these are legal documents they will need to be signed for.


    If the student themselves are unable to collect the certificates during this timeframe someone may do this on their behalf. However, prior communication must be received to allow this to happen. The student themselves must email the Examination Officer stating that they are not able to collect their certificate and must state who is collecting their certificate on their behalf. The person collecting the certificate must bring photographic ID.


    If no one is able to collect the certificates during this timeframe we can arrange an alternative time to collect certificates during school opening hours. Please email the Examination Officer to arrange this, detailing the academic year (e.g) 2022-2023 and school year (e.g. Y11 or Y12) and when you are intending to collect the certificates.


    If you have not collected previous years certificates, please email Examination Officer with the academic year, exams where completed and school year. We will then be able to check if we still have your certificate and can arrange a time for you to collect them.


    Schools are only legally required to keep examination certificates for 1 year.  It is recommended you collect these certificates as Universities and Jobs will request these. If we no longer hold copies of your certificates you are able to request new certified statement of results from each examination board.


    More information can be found at

    Please be aware you may need to pay a fee to obtain certified statement of results.


    Exam Officer: Miss King


  • Advent Carol Service

    Fri 08 Dec 2023

    An opportunity to pause during Advent.

    You are welcome to join us for a simple Advent Carol Service; 


    Thursday,14th December at 7pm in our Chapel.


    Light refreshments after in the dining room.

  • Warm up this week with a Hot Chocolate

    Mon 27 Nov 2023

    In aid of raising funds for the Pensioners' Party, the Sixth Form will be running a hot chocolate stand at early break this week. See flyer for more details.

  • FREE Live Parent Webinar: How You Can Build Resilience in Your Child (28/11023)

    Wed 22 Nov 2023

    FREE Live Parent Webinar: How You Can Build Resilience in Your Child.
    Tuesday 28th November 6:00-7:00pm.


    This is for all parents but especially for Year 10-13 (students who are doing their exams). Here’s what Elevate will be covering on the night:  

    ✅ Practical strategies to help your child manage their response to setbacks.  

    ✅ Building your child’s resilience both in and out of school.  

    ✅ How ‘fear of failure’ can impact your child’s resilience. 


    Click here to SIGN UP.

  • Odd Socks Day

    Fri 10 Nov 2023

    Monday 13th November 2023 is the start of Anti-Bullying Week and Odd Socks Day. We will be marking the event by asking students to wear odd socks on Monday.


    This is NOT a full non-uniform day and there is no requirement for a monetary contribution.


    We look forward to seeing students' crazy sock combinations.

Our Mission and Values

We value each individual as a person made, known and loved by God

We value the whole person, spiritual, physical and intellectual

We value forgiveness and reconciliation

We value justice, equal opportunities and fairness

We value faith development as individuals and as part of communities

We value learning, growth and achievement

We value serving others and caring for those in need

Read Our Values & Ethos Statement

Trust Information

Ursuline College is an academy, and part of the Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership. The Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address: Barham Court, Teston, Maidstone, Kent, ME18 5BZ. St Edmund's Catholic School is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.