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St Cuthbert Mayne
Joint Catholic and Church of England School
C E School, Torquay, Trumlands Road, TQ1 4RN, UK Torquay
+44 (0)1803 328725

St Cuthbert Mayne

Joint Catholic and Church of England School

St Cuthbert Mayne School was founded on the assumption that parents specifi cally choose the School because they wish their child to be educated within the Christian belief and practice of the Catholic and Anglican churches.

Schools are communities of young people with gifts and talents. Each child is a unique and precious individual with a role to play in the School community.


  • to develop each young person to their full potential within a Christian environment
  • to help each young person, whatever their ability, to achieve the highest academic standards possible
  • to encourage high standards of personal responsibility and develop an awareness and concern for others
  • to provide each young person with the knowledge, skills and values that will enable them to play their part in the world


We aim to provide a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum for all students. The Curriculum is arranged in accordance with the requirements of the National Curriculum and the Curriculum Statements of both the Roman Catholic and the Church of England Dioceses, the Torbay LEA and the Governing Body. A full Religious Education programme is compulsory for all students 11-18 years.


EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES are an essential part of a young person’s development and all students are encouraged to profi t from the wide range of activities on offer. Whatever their talents and abilities there are opportunities to excel. In addition there are numerous visits, residentials, fi eldwork, exchanges and outward bound activities which enhance an already rich curriculum.

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