Welcome to Harrytown Catholic High School
Update 6 January 2021:
Following the announcement from the Prime Minister on Monday 4 January, Harrytown will remain closed until February half term for all students other than those who are vulnerable or where parents are critical workers.
A letter has been sent to parents today, outlining the arrangements for all other pupils until February Half Term.
Thank you for your continued support and understanding.
Please do not become COVID complacent – if we, as a nation, want to stand any chance of spending Christmas with our families or in wider social groups then we all must comply with the rules and restrictions designed in response to the information from the government to;
• keep our schools safe
• keep our pupils safe
• keep our staff safe, and
• keep our communities safe
Harrytown Catholic High School is a voluntary aided Catholic comprehensive school for children aged 11-16. It is maintained by Stockport Local Education Authority and is under the trusteeship of the Diocese of Shrewsbury.
As a Catholic school we intend to put Jesus Christ at the centre of everything we do. Therefore we will strive:
to live the gospel
to promote excellence and achievement for all
to nurture partnerships
A place for young people to grow
Harrytown is first and foremost a Catholic School, where great emphasis is placed on developing each child to his or her full potential. We celebrated our centenary in 2013 and are very proud of our long tradition of delivering a high quality Catholic education for the community whom we serve.
Living through Jesus
Harrytown offers pupils and their families a Catholic education in a caring and orderly community where we
always try to live out the Gospel of Jesus Christ in our daily lives. We aim to know and value our pupils as individuals and to help everyone to develop their gifts and talents through a well-balanced, forward looking curriculum supported by traditional values of hard work and cooperative behaviour.