St Edmund's Catholic Academy Sixth Form

St Edmund's Catholic Academy Sixth Form

St Edmund's Catholic Academy Sixth Form Welcome to the official page for St Edmund's Catholic Academy Sixth Form.

For more information about our school, visit the website

Operating as usual

Photos from St Edmund's Catholic Academy Sixth Form's post 26/10/2023

On Friday 20th October Sixth Form students and and St Edmund's Catholic Academy staff wore PINK for Breast Cancer Awareness Day💟

Thanks to your generous donations, we raised over £100!

Wear It Pink can be seen as an opportunity to embody the Christian values of charity and compassion. It is a day dedicated to raising awareness and funds for breast cancer research and support. Participating in Wear It Pink allows individuals to demonstrate their commitment to helping those in need, especially those facing the challenges of illness. It reflects the principle of love and care for our neighbors, emphasizing the importance of solidarity and community support in times of adversity. By donning pink attire and participating in related activities, we can show their dedication to alleviating suffering and promoting the well-being of all, in accordance with the teachings of Christ.

The LORD is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. - Psalm 18:2


Year 13 students are running a disco for St Edmund's Catholic Academy Year 7 students on Thursday 9th November!

Payment and consent for Year 7 students can be made on ParentPay.

Photos from St Edmund's Catholic Academy Sixth Form's post 18/10/2023

Edie, St Edmund's Catholic Academy Therapy Dog, popped into our Sixth Form Wellbeing Room today to take some time out and read some books from our Sixth Form Library! 🐶📚

Mr Petrie recommends 'Prisoners of Geography' by Tim Marshall. What are you reading at the moment?

Photos from St Edmund's Catholic Academy Sixth Form's post 17/10/2023

Some of our Year 12 students recently attended a Healthcare Science Insight day with New Cross Hospital.

Jiar said the day was an 'eye opening experience and really informative' and Brittany said 'it was a really beneficial opportunity to gain an insight of hands on experience about healthcare sciences, which helped me to develop a further understanding about these career paths to benefit my future'.

A huge thank you to the NHS Futures Programme for giving our students this opportunity!

Photos from St Edmund's Catholic Academy Sixth Form's post 05/10/2023

Thank you to our MFL department for running St Edmund's Macmillan Coffee Morning last Friday!

Our Sixth Form students enjoyed supporting this event by donating cakes and serving students and parent/carers 🍰☕


Blue Peter is a popular British children's television program that awards badges for various achievements and contributions by young viewers.

Year 13 student, Rowan, highlighted to Year 7 students the achievements of badge recipients, she went on to discuss the program's history and values, and inspire others to participate. It's a fun and educational way to encourage children to get involved in activities and make positive contributions to their communities.


We're pleased to share the following post from one of our Alumni Students, Remi. Remi is continuing to follow our CARE values, being towards his future career.

'Today I had the privilege of meeting Trilogy Real Estate and i’m really grateful to be sponsored by them through my time in University.

All the staff were really hospitable, respectful and welcoming. I am glad to be a part of this incredible Real Estate company and look forward to the next 3 Years working together with them!

Special thanks to May Molteno for giving me the opportunity to meet the team, and organising an eventful day at the office and the photoshoot. Most importantly, thank you for making me feel welcome.

Special thanks to the CEO Robert Wolstenholme for the opportunity to be selected and a part of your incredible company! As i’m growing my knowledge and career in real estate, i’m really appreciative that I get to achieve this with your help.

Another Special thanks to ALL the staff for being so supportive, and wishing me the best as I start University soon.

Lastly I would like to thank Pathways to Property as I wouldn’t be in such a great position without them!

God bless.'


Thank you to the Outreach Officer from Northumbria University who delivered a motivational Seminar last week called "Learning to Succeed".

This session gave information on how to make the most out of 6th form, what students can expect and aspects of goal setting.

The aims of the session was to:
-To reflect on their journey through GCSEs and moving into Further Education
-To identify the skills needed to succeed at sixth form
-To set future goals

Maier said, "The session was insightful and I will investigate my future options and grades required for university courses".


Daniella and Fori delivered a Fair Trade assembly to raise awareness about Fair Trade principles and products. They focused on promoting ethical consumer choices and the benefits of Fair Trade for farmers and artisans in developing countries. We are excited to buy products from the stall this week!


We are pleased to announce our new Senior Prefect Team has been appointed.

The application process was rigorous and extensive, involving cover letters, video presentations based on Laudato Si, and panel interviews. Each student performed with confidence and pride on the range of activities, events, and super-curricular work they had done over the years.

Senior Lead Prefects: Christina Cudjoe and Olivia Lavan

Lead Prefects: Gabio Pothen and Tabitha Kirby

The team is working on leaving a legacy for future generations based on sustainability and celebrating minority groups in our diverse community.


Our famous Samosa Fridays are back! A huge thank you to our Sixth Form students for raising money last week towards the Lourdes pilgrimage next year.

Samosa sales are at breaktime, each Friday in the canteen.

Timeline Photos 08/07/2016

We had a fantastic night last night at the Mayor's Parlour, where two of St Edmund's students were finalists for the Wolverhampton Young Citizen's Award. Congratulations to Maresha Grewal and Thea Moriarty. Maresha also won runner up and £100 pounds! We are very proud of them both.

Photos from St Edmund's Catholic Academy Sixth Form's post 16/06/2016

In support of the Euro 2016 and to celebrate the Queens 90th Birthday, students at St Edmund’s Catholic Academy have been selling ‘football’ and ‘birthday’ cupcakes in aid of raising money for charity... Come on England!

All money raised will go to The Haven in Wolverhampton.

Photos from St Edmund's Catholic Academy Sixth Form's post 22/03/2016

Yesterday our Sixth Form students had a visit from the from Staffordshire University. They had a fab time!

Timeline Photos 11/03/2016

It's freezing and tonight our Sixth Form students are sleeping rough! Wish them luck...

Timeline Photos 25/02/2016

There's still time to apply for our Sixth Form, few spaces left -why not be part of our vibrant community with excellent results! Friday 18th March 2015, 4.30pm.

Photos from St Edmund's Catholic Academy Sixth Form's post 09/02/2016

Today is Safer Internet Day 2016 - St Edmund's Sixth Form students have been sharing ways to stay safe online and postive comments

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