Cardinal Newman Catholic School, Hove

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Cardinal Newman Catholic School
Established 1870s
Type Voluntary aided school
Religion Roman Catholic
Headteacher Dr Kilmartin
Location The Upper Drive
East Sussex
Coordinates: 50°50′13″N 0°09′28″W / 50.83697°N 0.15784°W / 50.83697; -0.15784
Local authority Brighton and Hove
DfE URN 114611 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 2500
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18

Year 7-Maroon
Year 8-Dark Green
Year 9-Pale Blue
Year 10-Grey
Year 11-Navy Blue
Football Team-Green & White

Rugby Team-Red & Black

Cardinal Newman Catholic School is an 11–18 voluntary aided comprehensive school located in Hove, East Sussex, England. It is the only church aided secondary school in Brighton & Hove. The Head Teacher is Dr James Kilmartin.


Originally the school was built on the Stanford Estate. The chapel was built for the nunnery. The school was named after Cardinal John Henry Newman, now divine.

Notable former pupils[edit]