St Cuthbert’s Roman Catholic Academy Trust is made up of a group of fifteen schools including the secondary schools St Mary’s College in Hull, St Augustine's in Scarborough and thirteen primary schools: in Hull there is St Mary Queen of Martyrs, Endsleigh Holy Child, St Vincent's, St Richard's, St Thomas More, St Anthony's and St Charles' and then in Scarborough St Peter's & St George's Primaries, Our Lady & St Peter's in Bridlington, St John of Beverley Primary, St Mary's Market Weighton and St Mary & St Joseph in Pocklington.
All of the schools are working together to provide the best opportunities for every child.
The core aspect of our collaborative work is to ensure good Catholic education for all, upholding the key mission of ensuring that Christ is at the centre of all of that we do.
Background to the Trust
The Trust, initially formed with the two schools of St Mary Queen of Martyrs and Endsleigh Holy Child to begin a journey to work within a close and established structure to maintain high standards of Catholic education. As part of this aim, the two schools have come together to sponsor a third school, St Vincent’s in a shared journey to excellence. In January 2015 St Richard’s VC Academy joined the Trust, then in October 2017 we grew again with 4 more schools, including St Mary's College, St Anthony's, St Charles' and St Thomas More, becoming a Roman Catholic Academy Trust offering exceptional education for pupils aged 3-19 years old.
From 1st September 2022, the Trust successfully merged with 7 further schools in the East Riding and North Yorkshire following the dissolution of St Margaret Clitherow Catholic Academy Trust and now includes St Peter's Primary & St George'sPprimary in Scarborough, Our Lady & St Peter's in Bridlington, St John of Beverley primary, St Mary's Market Weighton, St Mary & St Joseph in Pocklington and St Augustine's Secondary school in Scarborough.
The key strength of all of the schools is that they are all distinctive and rooted within their parish communities. We have maintained the distinctive nature of each of the schools whilst sharing recognised good practice across the board to build an established Trust of excellence.