On Thursday we welcomed all students to a House and Wellbeing Day. We were so impressed with their engagement and contribution and it was a welcome break from their computer screens.
This week’s assembly theme is ‘World Book Day & The Importance of the Bible’.
Entering the desert of Lent in a pandemic As we are now well and truly into the holy season of Lent we may be quite justified in asking the question: are we not already experiencing what it means to be in the desert?
On Friday 5 February we took all our Year 7 – 10s off timetable for a wellbeing and House Day to give them valuable time away from screens and the opportunity to earn points for their house.
World Day of Prayer for the sick This week we witnessed the feast day of Our Lady of Lourdes and coincides with the World Day of Prayer for the Sick.
Yesterday, CAFOD broadcast a national assembly to all the Catholic schools in England and Wales entitled ‘Water of Life’
This year to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day we will stream a memorial service from our school Chapel on Wednesday 27th January at 7pm. You will be able to access the service via the linked image below on the evening.
‘Speak Lord your servant is listening’ (1 Samuel 3:10) This weekend the first reading is a familiar one from the Old Testament – the calling of Samuel.
Each time, when our school community come together to raise money for a cause or support a charity in other practical ways, I’m always conscious of seeing the ‘fruits of our labour’.
Congratulations to: Romero – Luca G who has been the leader in the entire school now for 7 consecutive weeks with 94pts Francis – Dante L and Jacob C on 68pts Bakhita – Freya E is still the highest scoring in Bakhita for 6 consecutive weeks, she is on 75pts Stein – Paola J-V remains […]