October Parental Letter 2019

Please see our October parental letter – hover or tap and use the arrow buttons to navigate to additional pages. To download a copy please click here.

Welcome to Bishop Milner Catholic College

On behalf of everyone associated with Bishop Milner Catholic College, I offer a warm welcome to our college website. We trust our website provides a flavour of what makes us a successful college, whilst also providing the information you are looking for. Richard May – Principal _ Bishop Milner is an 11-18 Catholic College and…

Teacher Of English Vacancy

TEACHER OF ENGLISH (Maternity Cover) MPR – Temporary Contract Required for January 2020 or as soon as possible Bishop Milner Catholic College is a high achieving college where; results are consistently above the national average, with strong leadership and is committed to the success of all students. We are a heavily over-subscribed 11-18 mixed Catholic…

Advent 2019 – Any Room At The Inn?

As part of our Advent preparation at Bishop Milner Catholic College we will recreate the Posada (tradition of the travelling crib). Each form will welcome the Holy Family and then take them to another home/form the next day.   The travelling crib originated from Mexico, called Posada (meaning ‘inn’). The aim of the travelling crib is…

Bishop Milner Independent Living Group get into the Christmas Spirit!

Our Independent Living group students meet after college on Monday’s and Wednesday’s each week and have, with the support of the SEN Team, designed and decorated a magnificent tree to represent Bishop Milner Catholic College in the Red House Glass Cone Christmas Tree Festival – and helped raise money for charity in the process. Nearly…

Tackling Gender Bias

The Science department, through their collaboration with Physics Partners, organised  a talk from Sarah Cosgriff who is a Gender Balance Officer at the Institute of Physics.  Sarah delivered a talk to staff and 6th form students on tackling gender bias in schools and the wider world of work. One of the aims is to encourage more girls to take A…