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Arrangements for collecting GCSE, AS and A level results and enrolment into Year 12 and 13

A level results are available on Thursday 14th August from 8.30am.

School will be open from  8.30am and the Sixth Form Team will be available to offer advice.  Students can access their grades earlier that morning using UCAS Track.

AS level results are  available on Thursday 14th August from 11am.

Students should arrive at school at 11am to collect their results and enrol for Year 13.  If a student cannot collect their results on this day, please email school at office@thepalmercatholicacademy.org.

Term begins on Wednesday 3 September at 8.40am

GCSE results are published on Thursday 21st August.

School will be open from 8.30am to 10.30am for students to collect their results and enrol into Year 12.  If a student cannot collect their results on this day, please email school at office@thepalmercatholicacademy.org.

For external students joining in Year 12

Please come along from 11am on Thursday 21st August to enrol.

For year 12 term will begin on Thursday 4th September with two induction days

View the Palmer Catholic Academy Prospectus View the Palmer Catholic Academy 6th Form Prospectus

Spiritual Life

Welcome

The Palmer Catholic Academy, a voluntary aided academy for boys and girls from 11 to 18. Founded as Canon Palmer Catholic School in 1961 with 300 students, it has grown greatly in numbers and stature. The Academy provides an excellent education for all its students. Our commitment to outstanding academic standards is reflected in high achievement in public examinations. Indeed, The Palmer Catholic Academy can now pride itself on being one of the highest performing schools in the country as well as in the local area.

Each student’s spiritual and moral development is central to the work of the whole Academy. We promote those genuine Christian values which develop our young people into tolerant, respectful, industrious, successful and good citizens and provide the preparation for life in a modern, diverse and sometimes challenging society.

This is a modern school with traditional values. We strive to create a harmonious and caring ethos, embracing the cultural diversity of our school community of which I am
justifiably proud.

F Maguire
HEADMASTER