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St. Matthew’s Roman Catholic High School is a mixed Roman Catholic secondary school based in Moston, Manchester, United Kingdom, and is a member of the Emmaus Roman Catholic Academy Trust.

The school is currently rated Inadequate by Ofsted (last full inspection: November 2017), with the latest monitoring visit (February 2021) stating that “Leaders and those responsible for governance are taking effective action to provide education in the current circumstances,” and “Senior leaders‚Äô effective and flexible work to improve the school has given rise to a new optimism. Staff are more confident and competent in their work. Leaders continue to have clear, high expectations of all who work in the school. As a result, improvements in the school are clear to see.”

In terms of their support for Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND), St. Matthew’s is currently involved with the Autism in Schools project (2022-2023) and here is a copy of their SEND report and policy: https://www.smrchs.com/about-us/sen-and-disability-arrangements/

Address: Nuthurst Rd, Moston, Manchester M40 0EW
Phone: 01616816178
Website: www.smrchs.com

Below are some articles and events on our website that relate to St. Matthew’s RC High School:

Parent Support Coffee Mornings @ St. Matthew’s RCHS

The parent groups sessions at St. Matthew's RC High School that we are running as part of the Autism in Schools project will be back soon. The sessions are a great a chance to meet other parents and carers, share ideas, and discuss what you

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Autism in Schools Parent/Carer Coffee Morning (Focus on HAVEN)

ūüďĘ Calling all parent carers with autistic and/or neurodivergent young people at Manchester Communication Academy, Co-op Academy Manchester, and St. Matthews Roman Catholic High School! We have a great opportunity for parent-carers to meet Katy Baldwin, a Specialist Speech and Language Therapist with the Social

The Autism Show Manchester

As part of the Autism in Schools project in Manchester, we want parents and carers of neurodivergent children and young people to learn more about autism, meet other parents and carers, and be better able to support the needs of their family. We thus

The Autism Show Manchester

As part of the Autism in Schools project in Manchester, we want parents and carers of neurodivergent children and young people to learn more about autism, meet other parents and carers, and be better able to support the needs of their family. We thus invite

What Does Autism Mean to You?

We have now opened this activity to all families of autistic children and young people, plus we extended the deadline to 9pm on Sunday, 14 April. If you are autistic yourself or you have an autistic child/ young person in the family, please feel

Autism in Schools ‘Marketplace’ and Workshops

This event is now open to all parents and carers of neurodivergent children or young who live in the city of Manchester or go to a Manchester-based school. :) This event is for parents/carers of autistic children and young people - and the

“Understanding Autism” Workshop for Parents/Carers

"Understanding Autism" is the introductory module for the series of training sessions that are being developed as part of the Autism in Schools (AiS) project in Greater Manchester. This workshop aims to help parents/carers of autistic children and young people to learn more about

Supporting Siblings: Workshop for Parents

This workshop is for parents of disabled children who want to know more about supporting siblings. It will be delivered by Sibs, the UK charity that exists to support people who grow up with or have grown up with a disabled brother or sister.

HAVEN Parent Workshop

HAVEN stands for "Hearing Accepting Valuing Every Neurotype" and is the result of a collaboration between various teams in the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT), One Education, and the University of Manchester. It is first going to be delivered via the Autism in