Here are documents relevant to the delivery and management of the Sixth Form General Religious Education Award by NOCN.
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Sixth Form General Religious Education NOCN
- Pope Paul Primary School Turns 50
On 12 The homily focused on the school’s mission prayer ‘We are learning in the light of Christ’ with the Cardinal encouraging pupils and staff to live this prayer out in their daily living. ‘’We are all God’s handy work,’ he said. ...
- Marking 120 Years of Catholic Education in Mill Hill
On the afternoon of 5 After Mass, the Cardinal blessed the new prayer garden which had been designed by the pupils as part of a Design and Technology project, with the help of their teachers who guided them in their research. It was the stude...
- Bishop Challoner Student Wins a Full Scholarship to Princeton
Nasir Ismael, a Year 13 student at Bishop Challoner Sixth Form, has been offered a full scholarship to Princeton University. Nasir is one of 62 students who have won scholarships to US universities via the Sutton Trust US Programme run in conjunct...
A huge thank you to all the schools in the Diocese for their tremendous efforts in raising money for the Catholic Children’s Society in aid of the Grenfell Tower victims. The children wanted to help their fellow students affected by the tragedy ...
- Gumley House FCJ whole shcool pilgrimage celebrating 176 years of education and their foundress, Marie Madeleine d’Houet.
In 2016 Gumley House School FCJ marked its 175-year history in educating young people. Their whole-school Pilgrimage on July 6 The pilgrimage gave them an opportunity to celebrate their Foundress, Marie Madeleine d’Houet, who travelled ...
- St Thomas More School Council meets Haringey Police Borough Commander
On Thursday 29 June 2017, Wood Green Police Station was visited by ten students from St Thomas More Catholic School’s Student Council. Here they met with Superintendent Helen Millichap, the Haringey Police Borough Commander Chief, to discuss the...