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St Ignatius' College
Stignatiusschoolbadge.png
College crest
St Ignatius College exterior, Enfield.jpg
College entrance
Motto Ad maiorem Dei gloriam
For the greater glory of God
Established 1894; 123 years ago (1894)
Type Voluntary aided comprehensive
Religion Roman Catholic, (Jesuit)
Headteacher Mary O'Keeffe
Chairman John Donnelly
Location Turkey Street, Enfield
Greater London
EN1 4NP, England
51°40′23″N 0°03′21″W / 51.672939°N 0.055751°W / 51.672939; -0.055751Coordinates: 51°40′23″N 0°03′21″W / 51.672939°N 0.055751°W / 51.672939; -0.055751
Local authority Enfield
DfE number 308/5403
DfE URN 102058 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 1,124
Gender Boys
Ages 11–18
Former pupils Old Ignatians
Website St Ignatius' College, Enfield

St Ignatius' College is a Catholic voluntary aided secondary school for boys aged 11–18 in Enfield, London, England, founded by the Society of Jesus. It was formerly a grammar school, only accepting boys who had passed the Eleven plus exam.

History[edit]

The school was founded in Stamford Hill, South Tottenham, London, on 10 September 1894. The college and the Jesuit community were initially accommodated in two houses called Morecombe Lodge and Burleigh House, located near Tottenham High Road. The school originally had only 46 boys, four Jesuits, and a dog in 1894. In 1907 the college was recognised by the Board of Education and began to receive public money towards its support.

From the early 1950s the school complement averaged about 700 boys. Its longest serving Headmaster, Fr Guy Brinkworth SJ, retired in 1963. The school remained at Stamford Hill as a grammar school until 1968. The school then became a two-tier, seven-form entry comprehensive school, the lower school being located at the old Cardinal Allen School, which had been there for eight years prior to the school moving there, and the upper school located in Turkey Street, Enfield.[1]

Turkey Street Building in 2006

In 1987, the lower and upper schools amalgamated at Turkey Street, a development made possible by a major building programme. The school became grant maintained in 1993 but returned to Voluntary Aided status in September 1999. At the centenary celebrations in 1994, the newly refurbished chapel was unveiled, and every pupil received a book detailing the history of the school and its past teachers. In 1998 the school started to build the Octagon which houses a computer suite and a library. The building work was completed in 2000 and was handed over to the school later that year. Also in 2000, the newly refurbished Roselands Centre for the Sixth Form was opened. In 2006 the school raised £50,000 through various events held at the school and donations from past pupils. School enrollment has risen to 1,300 pupils.

Michael Blundell became the college's first lay Headmaster when he succeeded Fr Antony Forrester SJ, in 1986. Mr Blundell was in turn succeeded as Headmaster by Paul Adams, who retired in the summer of 2007, and was replaced by John-Paul Morrison, who left the post of headmaster in December 2013. Andrew Dickson took over the post on an interim basis until a replacement for John-Paul Morrison could be found. Kelly took over from Dickson in 2014 and retired from his role in 2016 and was succeeded by Mrs O'Keeffe, the first female headteacher of a Jesuit secondary school in the United Kingdom.

Loyola Preparatory School[edit]

In 1900, the college began a preparatory department. However, in 1944 this preparatory department became Loyola Preparatory School, a Roman Catholic independent boys preparatory school run by the Jesuits. In 1950, Loyola Preparatory School moved to a site in Buckhurst Hill in Essex that was formerly occupied by Braeside School.[2] In 1962, Campion School, a Jesuit secondary school, was opened in Hornchurch, making Loyola Preparatory School a feeder school for both the college and Campion School.

In 2001, trusteeship of Loyola Preparatory School was given to the Diocese of Brentwood and as of 2017, Loyola Preparatory School teaches boys from the ages of 3 to 11 and has 190 pupils.[3]

In 2017, Loyola Preparatory School became the best Under-11 school football team in England by winning the national final of the Danone Nations Cup at the bet365 Stadium.[4]

School buildings[edit]

Main building[edit]

The present building was first occupied in January 1968, staff and boys moving from the Stamford Hill site. The main building of the school has since seen improvements made to it such as new extensions.Years 7 to 11 occupy this building. There are three floors, each one holding at least three departments.

Originally the school only used two floors for years 7 to 11, and the Sixth Form occupied the 3rd floor. However, overcrowding again became a problem and the school acquired the "Roselands" building from the Jesuits who had a place of residence there. The school also built another floor on top of the current technology wing to serve as the "first line" block. In this extension project a section dedicated to the study of music and a gym, commonly known to students as the "new gym", were built. In 1987 there was another extension which added several new rooms to the side of the building, one of which is the current staff room. In 1999 a further extension, known as the Octagon was built.

Roselands[edit]

Roselands was originally built as a place of residence for the Jesuit community. However, as the number of priests in Roselands diminished, the Jesuits no longer saw fit to occupy the Roselands site and sold off the building to the main school. Roselands has now become the place for the Sixth Form to study, however some subjects such as science cannot be taught in Roselands since there is no facility to and, as a consequence, some sixth form students have to go to the main building.

The Octagon[edit]

The Octagon is a two-story octagonal building on the site which houses the computer suite and the Loyola Library, and was opened in 1999. On the top floor there is an ICT suite which contains 40 computers, as well as various smaller offices dedicated to tasks such as housing the servers and ICT teachers. On the bottom floor is a library containing a vast array of books primarily for study, but there is a large selection of fiction too. The library and the ICT suite are both open at lunch time for pupils to study in.[5]

CCF hut[edit]

Where the CCF section training is centred. Used for administration and training of the cadets.

Religious life[edit]

The college aims to assist each individual pupil in his spiritual development. This spiritual development includes retreats as pupils progress through the school.[6]

Motto[edit]

The school motto Ad maiorem Dei gloriam – meaning "For the greater glory of God" – was abbreviated to AMDG and is still customarily appended to students' essays or homework.

Mass[edit]

College chapel

The first formal act of each school day is Mass every morning in the College Chapel before school, when the school day and school community is offered up to God. The whole school meets for Mass at the beginning of each academic year and at the conclusion of each term. All pupils have an opportunity to attend Mass on holy days of obligation and on some other major feasts.[7]

Morning prayers[edit]

At the beginning of each day at registration, the whole form class says a prayer from the college diary, so pupils are reminded that the work they do is for the greater glory of God (AMDG). Pupils are invited to say the Rosary during May and October, Advent prayer, and Stations of the Cross during Lent.

Chaplaincy team[edit]

Helping in all aspects of religious life is the College Chaplain. The Chaplain often celebrates Mass for the school and at special college occasions. Members of the college from various years help with running Masses, for both year groups and the whole school. These boys are called sacristans, and are headed by the master of ceremonies, an upper sixth form student.

Chaplaincy groups[edit]

There are four groups that members of the Sixth Form can join. These groups help to run spiritual activities and help to celebrate the Mass. They are:

Retreat opportunities[edit]

The opportunity for pupils regularly to take part in retreats, devised and directed according to their stage at the school, is an essential part of the Jesuit educational ideal. A retreat is a time when, away from their usual environments of home and school, the pupils can reflect on their lives and on their relationships with others and with God. The college offers a sequential programme of retreats, carefully structured in content and style to address the perennial and changing needs of the pupils as they move through the school. Members of Years 7, 9 and 11 have retreat days each year and these take place in the Pastoral Centre, a detached property which stands on the college site. Residential retreats are organised for members of the upper years, Year 10 and the Sixth Form. A variety of centres and formats are used. Recently, these retreats have been held at St John's Beaumont, a Jesuit youth centre in Hampstead, and at the De La Salle centre at Kintbury.

Awards[edit]

At the College there are a number of awards presented, usually for good behaviour or for exceptional work. These are chiefly:

  • Commendations – A small certificate that says the name of the pupil and how they attained the award.
  • Merits – For exceptional work or a greater achievement; these are presented in front of the school.

Speech Day[edit]

The college has an annual speech day, normally held around the end of November.[8] At speech day a vast array of prizes are awarded. In years 8 to 11, each class has prizes for general attainment, general effort, and religious education, which are awarded based on their achievements in the previous school year. Also, one pupil from each class in years 8 to 11 is awarded the class prize. For the lower Sixth Form there is a single prize in each subject. There are also 15 college prizes, each of which has its own criteria for winning. The recipients of all of these prizes are determined by the relevant staff.

At speech day, GCSE and A-Level certificates are also distributed. Speeches are normally made by the headmaster and the principal guest.

Prefecture[edit]

When students enter the Sixth Form they are given a recommendation from their previous head of year if they should become prefects or not. Prefects are appointed by the Headmaster, in consultation with the Head of Sixth Form and his tutorial staff. At the college, a prefect is identified by his maroon tie, while a normal Sixth Form student wears a blue tie.

College Captaincy[edit]

The title of College Captain is the highest honour that a student can receive. Before Easter, the current College Captain and his Vice will write up a short-list on those they believe should take over next year. The Headmaster, who selects the Captain and Vice Captains, is not bound by the results of the poll. The Captain and the 2 Vice Captains are announced at the college Mass at the end of the Spring Term. Recently, a new system has been introduced: one college captain, one vice captain, and several "head prefects".

Houses[edit]

At the college there are six houses per year, excluding the sixth form (years 12 and 13). For the first half-term at the college, pupils are placed into mixed ability classes. Afterwards, pupils sit the NFER test which, along with teacher recommendations, determines the corresponding set for the pupil. Also, from the beginning of the next half-term, pupils are placed into forms. The forms are named after six Jesuit martyrs:

Pupils change bands if the line master feels that the pupil is not coping or the pupil would be more suited to another band. This can take place at any time the line master feels necessary but usually happens around the time of a "Band Review", in which all pupils are re-assessed to make sure that they are progressing well.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Publications[edit]

The Ignatian[edit]

The Ignatian, the college magazine, is published yearly and features a selection of highlights from the previous school year. Pictures of art and reports on music and sport in the college are normally included, along with the Headmaster's report. It is produced and edited by members of the Sixth Form. It is customary to ask the Art students to produce a piece of artwork that will become the front cover of The Ignatian. The Deputy Head, as editor, will ask students and other sixth form students to write articles that can be included in the magazine. The editors will usually complete the magazine before the start of summer holidays so that when the pupils return the next year they can get a copy.

Yearbook[edit]

For the first time in the school's history, in 2006, it was decided to produce a yearbook for the outgoing year 11, with an art pupil being asked to produce its front cover.

College newsletter[edit]

Every Half Term a newsletter, summarising the college's achievements for that half term, is published. It includes a list of merits attained for that half term.

CCF[edit]

The College has a Contingent of the Combined Cadet Force. The Contingent has both an Army Section and a Royal Air Force (RAF) Section. Weekly Section training takes place on Mondays at the College. Cadets also get the chance to attend camps, Field Training Exercises (FTX), Adventurous Training (AT), and courses throughout the UK and occasionally abroad. Courses include flying, parachuting, signalling, catering, physical training instructor (PTI), schoolboy commando course, mountain leader training, and rock climbing.[10]

Sports[edit]

Sports played at the College include:

The school has a prestigious sporting record, regularly attending sporting tournaments throughout the UK. One notable achievement from one of the tournaments is the under-11's winning a mini-bus for the school. The school recently signed a deal with Tottenham Hotspur to allow the use of Tottenham's playing fields.

Old Ignatian Association[edit]

Former pupils of the school are commonly referred to as Old Ignatians. The main objective of the Old Ignatian Association is to serve the interests of the former pupils of the College. They provide spiritual, social, recreational, and sporting facilities so that they may serve the interests of not only the Old Ignatians but also of current pupils.

Although having been in existence for many years, the Old Ignatian Association changed dramatically in the early 1960s. Through the efforts of a dedicated and enthusiastic group of Old Ignatians a sports ground was acquired and a pavilion built on a site in Woodford. In the 1970s the proposed motorway, the M11, caused the association to be subject to a compulsory purchase order and they were left without a suitable meeting place throughout the late 1970s.

In 1999 the Old Ignatians purchased a former sports ground in Turkey Street, Enfield, and made plans to build their new headquarters there. Their plans were to re-establish a social centre and to provide some new sporting facilities that were not available in the Woodford centre. Their plan also was to make sure that the facilities at the new site not only cater to sports-minded people, but the less so as well. In 2002, after obtaining planning permission for the new pavilion, building began. The now completed pavilion named "The Loyola Ground" was opened in 2008 and is used by the Association as well as the school for sporting, social, and many other events.

Old Ignatian Football Club[edit]

The Old Ignatian Football Club is open to former and present pupils of the College to play football on Saturday afternoons throughout the season. They run 5 teams plus a vets side on a Sunday so every level of ability is catered for. With the new clubhouse completed the OIFC once again had a place they could call home after many years without a base. They now play their home matches on the main pitch as well as sharing the schools bulls cross pitches at the Loyola Ground on Saturday afternoons.

Discipline[edit]

History[edit]

Most Old Ignatians will recall the form of corporal punishment administered at the school. The cane was never used, instead it was the ferula (whale bone covered in leather) which was administered on both hands, half the awarded strokes on each. Two types of ferula or "tolly" were used – the one mentioned above for the lower school and a longer one for the upper school. In serious cases the punishment would be "twice six" on both hands, but administered on separate days on account of the hand becoming numb. The ferula was usually administered in the current technology wing on the bottom floor. Adding psychological to corporal punishment, offenders were given a week to decide when they would receive their ferula, otherwise additional punishment was liable to be added (according to the school rules). Corporal punishment ended in the early 1990s.

Discipline today[edit]

Nowadays, discipline is in the form of a detention which is 1 hour long and takes place after school with the subject tutor. In extreme circumstances, line masters can issue a pink detention form which requires the pupil to attend a Saturday Detention. For less serious offences, line masters can give litter duty to the pupils which involves collecting litter around the school.

However, if pupils seriously break the College regulations and rules on frequent occasions, the Headmaster and the Board of Governors may wish to suspend a pupil for a set amount of time or to expel the student indefinitely.[12]

Curriculum[edit]

Performance[edit]

In 2007, 69.9% of pupils were awarded at least 5 A*-C Grades in their GCSE's. This was down 3.9% from 2006 but up 3.2% from 2005. The pass rate for Advanced Level exams was 97.9% of exams passed in 2007 (up 1.8% from 2006), of which 39.8% were with A or B grades (up 6% from 2006).[16]

Notable former pupils[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of the School | St Ignatius College". www.st-ignatius.enfield.sch.uk. Retrieved 2017-08-07. 
  2. ^ History from Loyola.Essex.sch.uk, retrieved 7 August 2017
  3. ^ Loyola Preparatory School, Independent Schools Inspectorate, retrieved 7 August 2017
  4. ^ Tom Barnes, Loyola Preparatory School in Buckhurst Hill lifts Danone Nations Cup to be crowned best school football team in England from East London and West Essex Guardian, 22 June 2017, retrieved 7 August 2017
  5. ^ "Octagon | St Ignatius College". www.st-ignatius.enfield.sch.uk. Retrieved 2017-08-07. 
  6. ^ "St Ignatius College RC (Boys), Enfield". teachweb.co.uk. Retrieved 2017-08-07. 
  7. ^ "Acts of worship | St Ignatius College". www.st-ignatius.enfield.sch.uk. Retrieved 2017-08-07. 
  8. ^ School Diary
  9. ^ "The Jesuit Institute and Jesuits in Britain | St Ignatius College". www.st-ignatius.enfield.sch.uk. Retrieved 2017-08-07. 
  10. ^ "Enrichment | St Ignatius College". www.st-ignatius.enfield.sch.uk. Retrieved 2017-08-07. 
  11. ^ Facilities for hire
  12. ^ Discipline
  13. ^ Years 7-11
  14. ^ Criteria 6th Form
  15. ^ 6th Form
  16. ^ "St Ignatius College - GOV.UK". Compare school and college performance. Retrieved 2017-08-07. 

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