Sixth form journalists, Chloe B and Chloe S, have been busy researching and reporting for the latest sixth form newsletter. See below for their articles:
Two St Gregory’s students have been applauded by judges for their poetry work in this year’s Armistice 100 Prize for Schools Poetry, organised by the University of Lincoln.
The Shakespeare Schools Festival performance is nearly upon us and will be the culmination of six weeks intensive rehearsals with students from year eight to twelve.
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Following success earlier this year in the Live Canon Children’s Poetry Competition, budding young writers from Saint Gregory’s
Year 12 English Language and Literature students had a great time in Southampton on Tuesday 12th June. We had a very educational tour of backstage,
The four young poets that represented St Gregory’s at the Bath Festival this weekend couldn’t have done us prouder: Haydn M, Ella O’S, Alanis B and Emil T together with Josephine Corcoran, our writer-in-residence,
On Sunday 29th April, Noah R represented Saint Gregory’s at the annual Catenians Public Speaking Contest of Catholic Schools (South West).
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The Drama Department is launching a hugely exciting opportunity for our students to take part in this year’s Shakespeare Schools Festival.