Headteacher Welcome

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Welcome to St Ignatius College

As Headteacher, it is a pleasure to welcome you to our website which I hope will give you a flavour of life here at St Ignatius College.

First and foremost, our goal is academic excellence and intellectual formation. We believe that with the right support, all students can achieve and they do. We are all boys at KS3 and KS4 and our boys achieve exceptionally well, significantly better than boys locally or nationally.  With a mixed thriving and highly successful Sixth Form, we believe that we have the best of both worlds.

Our students are believed in and cared for: they are known and valued as individuals.  Human flourishing is at the core of our Catholic, Jesuit philosophy of education.  Each individual student is supported to develop fully: academically, socially, emotionally, culturally and spiritually. Our goal is for our students to have the qualifications, confidence, skills and clear sense of self to fulfil their ambitions, live full lives and to go into the world and make it a better place.

Partnership with our parents is fundamental to all we do. We foster strong, open, honest, mutually supportive relationships and welcome and expect parents to be involved in all aspects of school life. We are outward looking and work closely with many other organisations, both locally and nationally.

The social, economic and cultural diversity of our community enriches us.  We are a Catholic, Jesuit school but in addition to Catholics, our students and staff belong to other faiths and other Christian traditions, and we encourage all of them to play a full part in the spiritual life of the school and to gain a deeper understanding of their faith. We have a wide catchment and are oversubscribed but you don’t need to be Catholic to attend this school.  

I warmly invite you and encourage you to visit to witness for yourselves life at St Ignatius College.

Mary O'Keeffe 
Headteacher 

 

Latest Tweets

@st_ignatius Jun - 17
Happy Monday everyone!We are back with another Inspirational Person of the Week and Word of the Week. In celebrations of the Summer Solstice, we have Ian McEwan and the word 'solstice'.#AMDG pic.twitter.com/qDuORnxCcZ
@st_ignatius Jun - 14
Earlier this week, Year 10 Geography students visited East London to investigate how the regeneration of the Olympic Park area has affected different parts of Stratford. They did A LOT of walking and practiced their skills at surveying! pic.twitter.com/fnr1ecMs7d
@st_ignatius Jun - 13
Yesterday we were honoured to host the y10 and y12 Oxbridge workshops! 🎓Our top achievers discovered the application processes as well as what to do to make their applications more attractive to the recruiters! pic.twitter.com/7VzoiFewHg
@st_ignatius Jun - 11
Who remembers our Senior Team defending their title in May? ⚽️🏆#AMDG pic.twitter.com/AzK6ULmBRM
@st_ignatius Jun - 10
Happy Monday everyone! We are back with another Inspirational Person of the Week and Word of the Week. In celebrations of the Healthy Eating Week, we have incredible Loretta Harmes and the word 'deficiency'. pic.twitter.com/GeekHFBLZN
@st_ignatius Jun - 7
Get Ready for the Year 11 and Year 13 Celebration Evenings! 🎉Tickets are now available! 🎟️Secure your spot today by logging into your ParentPay account. Don't miss out on those amazing events!#AMDG pic.twitter.com/2YzcJwEWGZ
@st_ignatius Jun - 6
Our year 8 students had an exciting and incredibly important workshop today- how to do CPR and use AED!They all have done amazingly!Thank you to the paramedics and educators from the London Ambulance Service for conducting the sessions.#AMDG pic.twitter.com/Q0ejeUR50M
@st_ignatius Jun - 5
Our annual Summer Arts Festival is back! ☀️Get your FREE tickets on Ticketsource- please use the link sent out in the Bromcom messages.Tickets are disappearing quickly! pic.twitter.com/avJSwCrbmd
@st_ignatius Jun - 3
Happy Monday everyone!We are back after half term break, with another Inspirational Person of the Week and Word of the Week. In celebrations of World Oceans Day (June 8) we have Jean Wiener and the word 'mitigation'.#amdg pic.twitter.com/O4RfaDg6TJ
@st_ignatius May - 28
Our annual Summer Arts Festival is back! ☀️🎻Join us for an unforgettable evening filled with live music, art and drama! Get your FREE tickets on Ticketsource- please use the link sent out in the Bromcom messages last week!#amdg pic.twitter.com/PYtS3tWLLC
@st_ignatius May - 24
Exciting news! 📢Our brand new newsletter- The Ignatian Review issue 5 has just landed! Read about all the exciting events that happened during the last term in the link below: 🔻https://t.co/fDaNGOaADf#amdg pic.twitter.com/lkrrjHGWqO
@st_ignatius May - 23
This term in History lessons year 8 have studied a unit titled 'Who Owns History?'. As a part of immersive learning y8 visited the British Museum this week to see these items first-hand. They had the opportunity to handle ancient Greek and Roman coins and had a lot of fun!#AMDG pic.twitter.com/DqGTqGkpee