Welcome to St Gregory the Great Secondary, a Catholic school in the city of Oxford providing education from Year 7 to Sixth Form. We are a fully comprehensive school in the archdiocese of Birmingham and we pride ourselves on our warm, inclusive, and happy community, where children of all faiths and none are welcome to share in our high aspirations and ambitions.
We live out our ideals by caring for students from their earliest days in education right through to their move into work, higher or further education and training. Our thriving Sixth Form means that older students help to mentor and coach our youngest students, and show them pathways to success.
We have high expectations of good conduct and self-discipline set within a happy and caring environment. The culture and ethos of our school is one where we all have high aspirations to achieve. As a team of dedicated and specialist staff we work together to enable each student to realise his or her potential. We aim to help everyone in our community to grow in faith and to make the most of their innate ability.
St Gregory’s is a special place with many special qualities. Our prospectus will tell you more about what we have to offer, and give you a snapshot of the school and our website provides updates on news and events. However, there is no substitute for a personal visit. If you are considering becoming part of our school, as a teacher, parent, student or volunteer, you are warmly invited to come and experience our school in action, not just on open days, but throughout the year.
Our motto ‘opera in caritate’ is based on the words of St Gregory and it is our ‘work through acts of love’ that underpin all that we do. Each child is uniquely created in the image and likeness of God, and they are loved and challenged to grow in maturity and confidence so they can be the best person that God has called them to be.
The Greek philosopher Aristotle once said: “Excellence is won by practising the virtues, it is not an act, but a habit”. At St Gregory the Great we strive for excellence by being people who lead and live by example. We recognise that we are the sum total of what we habitually do, and we therefore promote the virtues of life encouraging all to choose the better over the good.
A Catholic School which champions each and every student.
We know and care for all, we teach our students well and have high expectations in all we do.
Wheel of Ambition and Achievement
Our wheel of ambition and achievement helps visualise the key elements that underpin our vision.
The staff at St Gregory the Great Catholic School comprises a strong and professional community of highly trained, skilled, dedicated and enthusiastic people. The Directors of the Academy and the School’s Leadership Team are committed to supporting the continuing development of staff and to maintaining a good working environment with the necessary policies and procedures in place to support this.
We seek to recruit a high calibre of staff who are lively, enthusiastic and committed. In return we provide opportunities for employees to reach their full potential for their own benefit and the benefit of the school as a whole.
29th November 2021
Grade 6 – Point 8 to 13
Come and be an integral part of our school team, making a difference to the lives of young people in our community. We believe in the huge potential of our students and focus rele ...
29th November 2021
TMPS or UPS plus TLR2c £6,695
Special Education Needs Coordinator/EAL Lead This is a full-time permanent post, however we would consider 0.8 FTE Start date: January 2022 Location: Oxford Salary: TMPS or UPS (n ...
29th November 2021
NJC Grade 7 - 8, £22,627 to £27,741 pa
St Gregory the Great is a Catholic school located in Oxford, within the Diocese of Birmingham and is part of The Pope Francis Catholic Multi Academy Company (PFMAC). An exciting o ...
23rd November 2021
NJC £19,312 to £20,092 pa
Caretaker/General Maintenance Person - Full time or would consider a job share Hours are 37 per week - 52 weeks St Gregory the Great is a Catholic school located in Oxford, within ...