Working Towards a World Class Catholic Education
At St. Mary's Menston Catholic Voluntary Academy we provide an outstanding education for pupils aged 11–18, rooted in Christian values.
We serve the parish churches of Addingham, Burley-in-Wharfedale, Horsforth, Ilkley, Otley, Pudsey and Yeadon.
St. Mary’s Menston has a successful past and is highly successful at the present. Our aim is to develop even further to be a world class school giving the best care, support and outcomes to our students. Please contact us for more information.
Headteacher: Mr Darren Beardsley
We are delighted to announce that St. Mary’s has been awarded the British Council International School Award in recognition of our work bringing the world into the classroom.
Our Annual School Open Day is Saturday 1 October 2016, 11am–2pm. Open to All.
Posters near our Staffroom and in the Hume Building showcase 91 pieces of work by St. Mary's talented pupils across three subjects.
Well done to Caiomhe who is among the winners of a poetry competition about Bradford life. Her poem is displayed inside 50 local buses.
Isobelle Palmer, Year 11, continues to go from strength to strength in her chosen sport of para-dressage.
This year, St. Mary’s broke with tradition and the award was presented to Danielle Quirke, the first Year 8 girl ever to receive the award in over 20 years.
Following trials during the summer, St. Mary’s student Orla Turnbull was selected for the Yorkshire Regional Netball squad, part of the England Netball pathway.
Saturday 17 September. Open to all year groups, staff and families
Information has been made available on our website.
St. Mary's are again celebrating outstanding GCSE results for their Year 11 students.
Many congratulations to our Year 13 students who have reaped the rewards of their hard work over the last two years, gaining another set of excellent results.
The Feast Day Mass took place on Thursday 21 July in our Sports Hall.
Three Leeds Catholic High Schools - St. Mary's, Menston, Corpus Christi Catholic College and Mount St. Mary’s are working together to develop the next generation of Catholic school leaders.
Green is used during Ordinary Time.