‘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,
Fantastic chemistry skills on display as Jodie takes on The Elephant Toothpaste Experiment! Well done Jodi – great chemistry! Mrs J Tidball Director of Studies
Last Friday, it was the turn of Year 7 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.
Twelve months ago I was looking forward to this academic year planning the themes for each week. As we got to June I’ll readily admit my heart skipped a beat
Students in Year 8 have been designing their own theatrical costumes as part of their remote learning.
Huge congratulations to our very own Year 7 Gracie who has been asked to play for the under 14s Bristol Flyers team! This is a national team and is such an incredible achievement.
Bath College will be running another event on Tuesday 30th June, between 1 and 4pm. Students can register their interest via the link below:
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.
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