On Friday 15 February a group of our Y12/13 Sociology and Politics students had a fantastic time exploring Shepton Mallet Prison. The purpose of the visit was to investigate the criminal justice system and understand how the prison system has evolved through the centuries.
On Monday 21st January, thirty of our Year 12 & 13 students travelled to Berlin, Germany for a week of cultural enrichment.
A sell out audience over three nights experienced a spectacular and incredibly moving piece of theatre in St Gregory’s production of ‘Les Misérables’ (see photo gallery) that ran from Thursday 24th – Saturday 26th January.
Les Mis rehearsal schedule is now available to download for Term 3 and all the way to showtime, Thursday 24 – Saturday 26 January!
The Draft Admission Policies for 2020 consultation has now concluded.
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:
At the end of last term we were incredibly busy in Chaplaincy with so much going on however, two events ion particular were incredibly important in the formation of our students and those pupils who we hope will join us at St Gregory’s one day.
The deadline for Year 11 applications to The New Sixth for September 2019 is THIS FRIDAY!
After several weeks of reflection and commemoration to those who lost their lives in WW1, here are some of the beautiful and poignant tributes created and left by our students this November.
Can you, your business or your employer support this year’s Performing Arts production of Les Misérables?