St Edmund Campion Catholic School

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St Edmund Campion Catholic School
Motto Achieving Together Through Jesus Christ
Established September 1976
Type Comprehensive voluntary aided school
Religion Roman Catholic
Headteacher Mrs P Steele
Chair of Governors Mr T Davenport
Location Sutton Road

West Midlands
B23 5XA
52°31′49″N 1°49′50″W / 52.5302°N 1.8305°W / 52.5302; -1.8305Coordinates: 52°31′49″N 1°49′50″W / 52.5302°N 1.8305°W / 52.5302; -1.8305
Local authority Birmingham
DfE URN 103537 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 1052
Gender Coeducational
Ages 10–19
Houses Chad, Harvington, Maryvale and Oscott.
Website St Edmund Campion Catholic School

St Edmund Campion Catholic School is a Catholic Secondary School located on the corner of Holly Lane and Sutton New Road in the Erdington area of Birmingham, England. The school also has a Sixth Form.

In September 1975, Sister Bernadette, headmistress of St. Margaret Clitherow School, Sister Ingrid, headmistress of St. Agnes’ school and Mr. Doherty, Headmaster of St. Thomas of Canterbury handed over their keys to Mr. Loughran, the headmaster of the newly formed St. Edmund Campion School, which opened using the three sites of the constituent schools.

Until September 2004, the school was situated on two sites. Works completed in 2005 integrated the campus.

In September 2005, the school was granted Specialist Language college status.[1]

The school benefits from retreats to Soli House, Ogwen Cottage an outdoor activities centre in Snowdonia, Alton Castle. Members of the student body make annual pilgrimages to Lourdes with the Birmingham Diocese.

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  1. ^ "Language College". St Edmund Campion Catholic School. Retrieved 2008-03-26. 

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