There were a couple of noticeable differences between our isolation/lockdown announced by Boris Johnson earlier in the week and those of other nations.
We are truly travelling in unchartered waters, and none of us more so than our beloved Year 11 students.
I’m sure by now most of us have heard the announcement from the Bishop’s Conference regarding suspending public celebrations of Mass. I have provided a link to the announcement below:
Following the government’s briefing yesterday, we have taken the decision to cancel or postpone with immediate effect all school calendared events e.g. Parent Consultation Evenings, assemblies/collective worship, Duke of Edinburgh training and all clubs, fixtures and house matches until further notice.This also includes after school Mandarin classes for the time-being. We will update you if […]
Congratulations to Catherine C in Year 7 who has impressed judges to win this year’s Fashion & Fairytale competition for Key Stage 3. Catherine made her design inspired by the concept of sustainable fashion
On Tuesday evening, friends and family were treated to a lovely evening of dance from this year’s GCSE and A Level students. All students had worked incredibly hard on both choreographic and performance pieces
Next week is House Hockey (girls) & House Basketball (boys) – girls please remember your shin pads! Tuesday 17 March P 1 & P 2 Year 9 Tuesday 17 March P 3 & P 4 Year 7 Monday 23 March P 3 & P 4 Year 8 Mrs C McHale Head of PE
At the end of last week, the St Gregory’s Orchestra competed in the Mid-Somerset Festival and secured first place in the Bands and Orchestra category.
Enormous congratulations to Ella B in Year 11 who has won her age category in this year’s exhibition, at 44AD artspace Bath, with her oil painting on canvas.
Congratulations to Year 13 students, Cerys F, Sophia F, Sophie T and Anna W who have all successfully completed their Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award and will be attending a special ceremony at Buckingham Palace later this year.