UNITY Mission Statement
Our schools in Unity are a privileged means of promoting the formation of the whole person.
The Gospel of life and the dignity of the human person is promoted through the pastoral care, support and guidance given by our schools to our pupils.
Bishop Ullathorne Catholic School is proud of its connections to Catholic education across the whole of Coventry City. We work extensively within a range of networks to share best practice and continually develop and improve our teaching in school.
In addition to several partner secondary schools we are also part of Unity, a cluster of Catholic schools dedicated to working together to ensure a smooth transition from primary to secondary education. Our main partner primary schools within the Unity cluster are:
As part of God’s family, we at St Anne’s are inspired by the Gospel way of life. We aspire for our school to be truly at the centre of the community - a place where children and parents feel confident and comfortable to seek help, guidance and support should they need it. We aim to continually strengthen the vital partnership between home and school and we recognise, and value, parents as the first educators of their children.
We believe that all we do at All Souls should be done in and through the person of our Lord Jesus Christ
Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Primary School is a special place where the staff are dedicated to providing a stimulating, exciting environment where everyone feels valued, ideas can flourish and pupils can realise their full potential
Our vision and values are at the core of everything we do at St Mary and St Benedict. They underpin our teaching and learning, and create the ethos which prepares our pupils to be happy and confident citizens.
“St John Vianney School is an academic community which is characterised by the Gospel Spirit of Peace, Justice and Love.
All that we do and say in our school will be dominated by Jesus’ words:
“Love one another as I have loved you”.
Our school rules are based on this statement and carried in “our hearts and our heads” and reflected in the life and work of our school”.