St Margret Clitherow (1556-1586) was a wife and mother.
She was a Protestant that later in life converted to Catholicism. She stood strong in her beliefs and ended up dying for them.
She stood firm and protected her children form the trauma of a trial and was tortured for this.
House Feast Day
Her feast day is celebrated on 26th March
Miss K Johal (Miss L Gregory is acting Head of House during 2021-2022)
Where ever you passion goes, your energy flows
The House Statement
Clitherow House encourages all of its students to promote the attitudes and values displayed by Saint Margret Clitherow throughout her life. Some of which include having strength in her beliefs. Standing proud and being fearless. She showed determination in the face of adversity. Always taking pride in everything she did.
The House Prayer
We pray to you St Margaret Clitherow to help us be courageous and unwavering in our Faith. We pray that we will be like you and be the models of care and love to the Lord, Margaret Clitherow, pray for us.
For more information please email our Head of Clitherow House, Miss K Johal at: