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CISC has established and developed partnerships and links with a number of organisations in order to continue to raise the profile of Catholic Independent Schools and provide opportunities, resources and experiences for member schools and their students.

Below is a list of our partners:

CESEW – The Catholic Education Service for England and Wales

The Catholic Education Service (CES) acts on behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference to support Catholic education. We have a strong and positive working relationship with the British and Welsh Government, sharing the aims of high academic standards for all and increased parental choice.

CATSC – Catholic Association of Teachers, Schools and Colleges

CATSC’s mission is to provide quality professional support to Catholic teachers, schools and colleges. With over 1000 schools in membership, plus a number of individual members, the Association works to support and safeguard the interests of Catholic education and those working in it.

Networking Magazine – Networking Catholic Education Today

networking magazineNetworking Magazine provides a service in support of the distinctive mission of the Catholic Church in education and to young people. In addition to giving detailed reports of CATSC activities, the content also reflects on the wide range of distinctive issues that concern all those involved in enterprise of Catholic Education.


EducareM seeks to enable school leaders, teachers and pupils to understanding their place in the mission of the Church – the transformation of the person for the transformation of society. Through training and formation it is hoped that educators will be helped to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the ways in which they can enable young people in their schools to become people of challenge, change and transformation.

TenTen Theatre

Ten Ten Theatre uses live drama, storytelling, film and the performing arts to advance the social, moral, spiritual and cultural education of children, young people, young offenders, teachers, parents, the elderly and the wider general public. Inspired by our Catholic faith, our work is highly-regarded and has been experienced by hundreds of thousands of people since we began in 2007.


At CAFOD, our mission is to work alongside the world’s poorest people. We work without prejudice, we don’t preach, and we pride ourselves on our diversity. We believe our Catholic values are best shown through working for justice and an end to poverty.