St Angela's Ursuline School

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St Angela's Ursuline School and 6th Form
St Angela’s Ursuline School.jpg
Address
St. George’s Road

, ,
E7 8HU

England
Coordinates51°32′32″N 0°01′47″E / 51.5421°N 0.0297°E / 51.5421; 0.0297Coordinates: 51°32′32″N 0°01′47″E / 51.5421°N 0.0297°E / 51.5421; 0.0297
Information
TypeVoluntary aided Independent
Motto"Serviam"
(Latin for I will serve.)
Religious affiliation(s)Roman Catholic
Established1862
FoundersUrsuline Sisters
Local authorityNewham
Department for Education URN102786 Tables
OfstedReports
Assistant HeadMs A Deluca, Ms K McWalter
HeadmasterMr. Mark Johnson
Deputy HeadMr J O’Brien, Ms F Boyd, Ms A Harvey, Mrs S Siaw
GenderGirls, Mixed (at 6th form)
Age11 to 18
Enrolmentc. 1350
HousesTudor, Stewart, Plantagenut
Colour(s)Brown and cream/beige for years 7&8
              
Brown and gold for years 9+
          Black for Sixth Form    
Website

St Angela's Ursuline School and Sixth Form is a Catholic secondary school for girls with a mixed gender 6th form centre. It is located in Forest Gate, East London, United Kingdom. It is a voluntary aided school with 1375 students.[1] St. Angela’s is a Roman Catholic school built in 1862 by the sisters of the Ursuline order, inspired by the vision of their founder and the school's namesake. St. Angela’s is a multi-ethnic, voluntary-aided Languages College in the London Borough of Newham. The school population reflects the Catholic population of the borough, which is largely Filipino, Afro-Caribbean, Indian, Sri Lankian , Latino, African and white. 95% of school population are from ethnic minorities.

St Angela's has won national championships in basketball and debating.[citation needed]

Notable former students[edit]

  • Kate R Fleming - Speech/voice coach at the National Theatre & RADA and for Margaret Thatcher (7 February 1931 -Oct 1975)
  • Margaret Tyzack - British actress (9 September 1931 – 25 June 2011)
  • Elizabeth Rendall - Environmental activist (10 March 1924 - 19 November 2011)
  • Vanessa White - 1/5 of the girl group The Saturdays

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Department of Education: St Angela's Ursuline School". Retrieved 18 February 2014.

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