Last week all of Year 7 visited Chepstow Castle on either Wednesday or Friday as part of their ongoing study in History on the Norman invasion and conquest.
Year 12 and Year 13 History students visited Hampton Court Palace on Wednesday 20th October. The visit enabled students to see first-hand the iconic Tudor Palace
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.
Following on from the ‘Virtual Tour of the World’ resource I sent out earlier this week, we are super-excited to announce a competition for students to create a virtual travel diary. There are some truly AMAZING prizes to be won, so please get your entries in!
Each year Saint Gregory’s organise over 110 visits to sights both local and international. Although trips and experiences obviously cannot happen right now, we can still explore the wider world
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 Friday 29 November, 80 of our Year 9 students visited Bovington Tank Museum in Dorset as part of our history work on World War One and the changing nature of warfare during the 20th Century.
Last week the whole of year 7 visited Chepstow Castle as part of their study of the Norman invasion and conquest in History.
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).
Prior to starting in September, please complete any Summer Assignment for your chosen courses. This is intended to spark your curiosity and support your transition to A level.