75th Anniversary of VE Day & the language of sacrifice in our faith This week incorporates a day of great historical importance for us, for our nation, for freedom. On Friday 8th May we commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day, recognising
Who knew we had so many creative skills amongst staff at St Gregory’s?! We have been getting artistic this week with a message of support for our students and families. Have a lovely weekend everyone and we will see you all again soon!
We are preparing and planning for next year and I am delighted to announce two new posts at St Gregory’s, Assistant Headteacher Inclusion and Head of Year 7 and Transition.
Just over a year ago a group of Year 10s who were participating in the CAFOD Young Volunteer Programme came up with a unique and ingenious idea for a fundraiser.
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:
Over the next week our theme is ‘Living my vocation’ as we approach Vocations Sunday on 3rd May.
Over the Easter period, staff at St Gregory’s took part in their very own version of the toilet roll challenge. Enjoy!
Three former St Gregory’s students are taking it upon themselves during this period of lockdown, to raise awareness and funds for three amazing causes. We couldn’t be prouder of them all and can’t think of a better way to congratulate them than by sharing their efforts with our families.
Students (and parents) in lower school have been continuing to respond creatively to the season we are in. I hope this will really give everyone a boost at the start of the new term
Celebrating Easter: Young & old, past & future, hopes & dreams In October of 2018, when Pope Francis gathered the Bishops of the world to the Vatican for a synod