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St Hilda’s Catholic Academy Trust



We are proud to be part of St Hilda’s Catholic Academy Trust. The Trust is made up of 11 Catholic schools in Middlesbrough, 10 primary schools and one secondary school.

We have worked in close partnership for a number of years and now are formalising our work to ensure a strong Catholic education for children aged 3-18.

Working in partnership, as part of SHCAT Academy Trust, has a number of key benefits including:

  • Rapid dissemination of best-practice across the group – sharing of policies, procedures etc.
  • Excellent professional development opportunities, which support the recruitment and retention of staff.
  • Training days in common, facilitating high quality CPD.
  • Sharing of teachers, expertise and best practice.
  • Economies of scale – our Academy Trust can procure “value for money” services for all its Academies.

Every school is contained within both the diocese and local authority of Middlesbrough.

  • Corpus Christi Primary School, a Voluntary Catholic Academy
  • Sacred Heart Primary School, a Voluntary Catholic Academy
  • St. Alphonsus’ Primary School, a Voluntary Catholic Academy
  • St. Augustine’s Primary School, a Catholic Voluntary Academy
  • St. Bernadette’s Primary School, a Catholic Voluntary Academy
  • St Clare’s Roman Primary School, a Catholic Voluntary Academy
  • St. Edward’s Primary School, a Voluntary Catholic Academy
  • St Gerard’s Primary School, a Voluntary Catholic Academy
  • St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School, a Catholic Voluntary Academy
  • St. Thomas More, a Catholic Voluntary Academy
  • Trinity Catholic College and Sixth Form, a Catholic Voluntary Academy
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