Saturday 3rd October 2020
Enormous thanks to our dedicated staff who worked so hard whilst we were not able to meet on site due to COVID-19. We took great pride in our innovative remote learning programme, where we taught our pupils online, assessed their progress, gave feedback and enjoyed pastoral time together. Live lessons, sports events, music lessons, concerts and Speech Day were all real highlights. We are delighted that the whole school is able to return in September and we will be following Welsh Government guidelines to ensure the highest safety standards are maintained. Click here to find out more about our dynamic remote learning programme.
If you are a prospective family looking for a school for your child, our Admissions Office is open and our Registrar, Ms Deborah Whitehouse is available to talk to you, explain our entrance procedures and chat through how The Cathedral School might suit you as a family In the meantime, why not find out more about The Cathedral School via our school videos and virtual tour.
First class academic teaching, excellent facilities and an extensive co-curricular programme, underpinned by high quality pastoral care and the School’s Christian ethos, give Cathedral School pupils the opportunity to reach their full potential, both academically and personally, in a vibrant and supportive environment.
Acknowledged by Estyn as "excellent", the Cathedral School, with 800 pupils aged 3-18, is one of the top performing co-educational schools in Wales at GCSE. Sixth form teaching began in September 2013.
The best way to find out about the Cathedral School is by visiting yourself. We would love to meet you and show you what makes this school so special.