During these unprecedented times, it is more important than ever that our students continue to develop their reading skills, delve into imaginary worlds and discuss their thoughts and opinions with others.
We have issued revised procedures for the Year 9 Options Evening. There is a huge amount of information online to help in this exciting and important next stage plus appointments with subject teachers available next week. As always, if you have any questions, please get in touch. Thank you.
Saint Gregory’s partner school in India is M C Kejriwal Vidyapeeth. Teachers from Saint Gregory’s, including Mr McDermott, Mr Burn and Mrs Musgrove, have had the privilege of visiting the school in Kolkata
It has been fantastic to see that, on the whole, our students are all now established on Google Classroom and are making great progress in their studies whilst away from school.
On Thursday we embraced ‘World Book Day’ and I would like to thank staff and students for participating. At lunchtime myself, Mr Davis and Mrs Ruck had to judge the best costume
Congratulations to Teya B in Year 11 who has been selected as winner of her age category in the The B&NES Anti-Racism Creative Writing Competition with her piece entitled ‘Hurt’.
We were delighted to award several Headteacher’s Recognition Awards this week, to mark the incredible achievements of four St Gregory’s students:
A huge thank you to the whole of Year 10 for donating an astounding amount of gifts, toys, books and food for The Bath Area Play Project.
GCSE students were jumping for joy this morning as they celebrated another year of outstanding GCSE results with 81% of students achieving five or more GCSEs at grades 9 – 4 (A*-C equivalent).
On Friday afternoon, Rebecca O’S from 7B and Sebestyen T from 8C gave up their evening in the glorious sunshine and went to Hayesfield to compete in the annual BANES inter-school Spelling Bee.