Celebrating an anniversary year is an opportunity to bring to the fore every avenue of school life that shines brightly. A chance to show everyone that this is our school and we as a community are proud of it.
Later this week we will celebrate our annual Prize-giving Evening as a school, focussing on how talented, caring, generous and aspirational our collective community is.
These two apostles epitomise everything that is energetic and outward looking when it comes to evangelism. But they also epitomise a past littered with mistakes, denials and wrong choices.
‘A Prayer for Bath’ Some of you may have come across this coming together of the Churches of Bath to pray for our city. The leaders of faith have each taken a section of the famous prayer of St Francis ‘Make me an instrument of your peace’
Twelve months ago I was looking forward to this academic year planning the themes for each week. As we got to June I’ll readily admit my heart skipped a beat
The last few days have been some of the most tragic and emotive in recent history in relation to racial injustice and inequality. It’s been thoroughly heartbreaking to see the pain caused to George Floyd in that awful video clip.
Over the coming week our focus is on the the LaSallian Way, and what it means to follow in the footsteps of St John Baptiste De La Salle.
Pentecost this year falls during the half term holidays and brings an end to Eastertide fifty days after Jesus’ resurrection. The word Pentecost originates from the Greek Pentekoste which means fiftieth
As a teenager growing up I used to spend endless amount of time wandering the streets. At the age of twelve we
Throughout the bible we see repetition of metaphors and similes that transcend time, from shepherds and flocks, use of bread, salt, candles, light, wheat, harvests and treasure.