The Jesuit Institute

The Jesuit Institute is a partnership of Jesuits and people in the UK who provide inspiration, resources and training for schools. The institute helps governors and school leaders, teachers and support staff, parents and pupils, with the aim of ‘improvement in living and learning for the greater glory of God and the common good.’

Go to the Jesuit Institute website

Jesuit schools in Britain

Jesuit schools and educational institutions have spread throughout the world and given countless people the foundational education of their lives. The eleven Jesuit schools in Britain work together to promote and live out the vision, values, and spirit of St Ignatius of Loyola in education.

- Donhead Preparatory School
- St Ignatius College, Enfield
- St John’s Beaumont
- St Joseph’s School, Hurst Green
- Wimbledon College
- St Aloysius College, Glasgow
- St Aloysius College Junior School
- Mount St Mary’s College
- Barlborough Hall
- Stonyhurst College
- St Mary’s Hall

What makes a Jesuit education?

A Jesuit education encourages pupils to be:

Grateful for their own gifts, for the gift of other people, and for the blessings of each day; and generous with their gifts, becoming men and women for others.

Attentive to their experience and to their vocation; and discerning about the choices they make and the effects of those choices.

Compassionate towards others, near and far, especially the less fortunate; and loving by their just actions and forgiving words.

Truthful in what they say of themselves, the relations between people, and the world.

Inquisitive, finding God in all things; and wise in the ways they use their learning for the common good.

Curious about everything; and active in their engagement with the world, changing what they can for the better.

Intentional in the way they live and use the resources of the earth, guided by conscience; and prophetic in the example they set to others.