Newlands School FCJ
|Motto||Fortiter Et Recte
Bravely and Justly
|Specialism||Maths and Computing College|
It was owned by a religious order, the Faithful Companions of Jesus (FCJs) who originally came to Middlesbrough in the 19th century at the request of the Bishops. It was originally a girls school before it was amalgamated with St Mary's the local boys school.
The school motto was Fortiter Et Recte, which in Latin means "Bravely and Justly".
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