Mary Immaculate is a faith school which seeks to promote Christian values to the young people in our care. While priority of places is allocated to Catholic families, the school is open to families of any faith and those of no faith.
Our mission is to be a Catholic School which promotes positive relationships founded on the gospel values of respect, care, compassion and love. We firmly believe that each individual can discover their true vocation in our ever-changing world. Our core purpose is to “achieve the best for all”. This philosophy is at the heart of everything we aspire to do for each member of our community.
Our Mission and Purpose highlights the importance of each child being able to develop in their own life journey. Whenever pupils meet, be it with their Tutor group or in an assembly, it begins with a prayer. We also gather for liturgies and Mass at times throughout the year as well as provide opportunities for reconciliation.
Religious Education is a core subject at Mary Immaculate. At KS3, pupils' study Religious Education in line with Diocesan expectations and The New Curriculum for Wales. While in upper school, all pupils undertake a GCSE in Religious Studies.
The school is fortunate to have our own Wellbeing and Spirituality Assistant who serves our school by supporting pupils and staff in organising liturgies and services, charity work and offers a friendly word of support to any pupil in need. We are also very fortunate that our Deanery priests spend as much time in school as possible and are available to speak to young people and adults when required.