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
This week’s assembly theme is ‘Christian Unity’.
‘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’.
We have experienced significant difficulties with the online parents’ evening system this evening due to technical server issues with the supplier. It does appear to now be back working however we appreciate that some parents/carers will have missed appointments as a result. Ms Cusack will provide an update on revised arrangements for any appointments missed in […]
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This week’s assembly theme is ‘The Unbelievable Internet’.
From Monday 11 January, students will follow a revised timetable of teacher-led lessons both in school and remotely for the lockdown period.
Many artists and photographers have been inspired by the season of Winter. We in St Gregory’s invite our students and their families to share their art with us!
Starting the new term and new year together, and as we brought to an end the Christmas season with the solemnity of Epiphany earlier in the week, I’d like to share with you two symbolic actions you can participate in.