Miss Medcroft recently visited the BRIT School for Performance Arts and Technology, to attend an Erasmus+ meeting with delegates from the Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Romania, Spain, Turkey and the UK.
This week we said goodbye to our Sulis students. I would like to wish all students, their families and teachers a peaceful and joyous Christmas and a happy New Year.
This week the 16 Year 8 Erasmus+ students gathered to celebrate Christmas together, and reflect on their international friendships with students at our partner schools in Finland, Norway and Germany.
This week St Gregory’s hosted students and teachers from Germany, Norway and Finland for the Erasmus+ Conference to mark the start of a two year collaborative project on the topic of Sports and Healthy Lifestyles.
Sixteen Saint Gregory’s Year 8 students are embarking on a new and exciting Erasmus+ project. This two year project with partner schools in Germany, Norway and Finland, is on the topic of Sports and Healthy Lifestyles.
A group of St Gregory’s students returned from China this week carrying, not just souvenirs from the amazing cultural and historical sites they visited, but also a trophy.
Saint Gregory’s has been selected to participate in the Department for Education’s national Mandarin Excellence Programme.
Miss Medcroft has been presented with an award at the Erasmus+ UK Annual Conference 2017 in Central Hall Westminster.
Miss Medcroft, has been named as a public choice winner in the Erasmus+ 2017 photo competition ‘Share the journey’.
A group of 22 students (age 14 years) from Kyoto Gakuen High School, Japan,