More than 1,100 years following her martyrdom, St Joan of Arc identified St Catherine as one of the saints who appeared to her and counselled her.
We celebrate St Catherine's feast day on 25th November.
Did you know?
St. Catharine's College Cambridge was founded on St Catherine’s Day 1473 and its heraldic shield is the Catherine wheel. An image of St Catherine is captured in stained glass in the chapel and a Catherine wheel forms part of the wrought iron college railings.
Read about the history of Catholic education by clicking here.
Our School Logo
SCS for St Catherine’s School, plus three symbols associated with St Catherine: the Catherine Wheel, a book to symbolise learning, and a martyr’s palm. Our school colour of bright blue is incorporated into the design, being the colour traditionally associated with Our Lady, together with golden yellow, to signify the light of Christ.
- Oak St. Nicholas
- Sycamore St. Valentine
- Ash St. Francis of Assisi
- Hazel St. Vincent de Paul
- Maple St. Oscar Arnulfo Romero