Congratulations to all of my GCSE Art students; you have all worked so hard and have achieved so much, particularly when life in lockdown has meant a very different and sudden end to your Year 11 studies.
We have received notification that the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson is to address all school leavers live on Facebook and on YouTube tomorrow morning at 10.00am.
I am incredibly proud of all that my A Level Art students have achieved this year. They have worked so hard to ensure their coursework was complete and handed in on time, and this proved essential when lock-down was called.
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.
As a faith community that is founded on the love of our neighbour, of equality and on the sanctity of human life,
The Year 12 exam timetable is now available online. Please click the link for further information or to download.
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.
Our students and their families have continued to make some super, creative responses to our season and, indeed, our present situation. Please take time to look
Saint Gregory’s students have been invited to take part in a special Q&A session with members of the British Bobsleigh & Skeleton team. Read on to find out more…
In this new era of online lessons, tutorials and social gatherings, the NCA-CEOP have produced a really helpful guide on ‘Video Chatting’ for parents and carers of secondary school-aged children. Link below: