Last Friday, it was the turn of Year 9 take part in a ‘Wellbeing Day,’ in which students were given the day off from school work and were able to take part in a range of activities designed to help take care of our mental health and strengthen us as a school community.
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.
We are very excited about our Year 6 Transition Evening being held tomorrow night (Wednesday 1 July) from 6.00pm and cannot wait to meet all of our lovely new students!
These two apostles epitomise everything that is energetic and outward looking when it comes to evangelism. But they also epitomise a past littered with mistakes, denials and wrong choices.
Our thanks to the British Bobsleigh and Skeleton teams for taking part in a recent online Q&A session. We’re pleased to be able to share the video here!
On Friday 19 June, it was the turn of Year 8 take part in a ‘Wellbeing Day,’
Good evening and welcome to Prize-giving 2019-20!
‘A Prayer for Bath’ Some of you may have come across this coming together of the Churches of Bath to pray for our city. The leaders of faith have each taken a section of the famous prayer of St Francis ‘Make me an instrument of your peace’
St Gregory’s held a competition for students in lower school to design a banner which will be displayed on the main road outside St Gregory’s over the coming weeks. Congratulations to Riley‐Marie K, Y9, and Ophelia H, Y8,