English Martyrs Catholic School

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This article is about the school in Leicester, UK. For other schools of the same name, see English Martyrs School (disambiguation).
English Martyrs' Catholic School
English Martyrs School Emblem
Motto Ut omnes unum sint ("May they all be One" John 17:21)
Established 1964
Type Voluntary aided school
Religion Roman Catholic
Principal Marius Carney MA
Founder Diocese of Nottingham
Location Anstey Lane
England Coordinates: 52°39′03″N 1°09′33″W / 52.6508°N 1.1591°W / 52.6508; -1.1591
Local authority Leicester
DfE URN 120306 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 1050
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18
Houses Campion, Clitheroe, Fisher, More, Sherwin, Ward
Colours Red, Black & Gold
Publication One! Magazine
Website www.englishmartyrs.org

English Martyrs Catholic School is a co-educational secondary school with attached sixth form in Leicester, England. In 2009, Ofsted rated the school and Sixth Form as Good with Outstanding features. The school was also judged by the Department for Children, Schools and Families to be one of the Top 200 Most Improved Schools in England 2009. The school has a very active Performing Arts enrichment programme which includes many Community Arts Events. An annual Arts Festival is held each July. The school is currently going under works.

Notable former pupils[edit]

Father David O'Malley S.D.B Priest and Vice Provincial of the Salesian order U.K. and Author.

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