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  • St Augustine's Turns 80St Augustine's Turns 80

    Opened in 1934, the school is one of two Catholic primary schools in Hoddesdon, the other being St Cross. St Augustine’s was built using the money raised by parents paying to send their children to St Cross, which was a private, fee-paying schoo...

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  • Cardinal Vaughan Named Top Comprehensive in the Country

    Ranked first place in the prestigious Sunday Times Parent Power Guide, Cardinal Vaughan’s impressive results at both GCSE and A-Level are the highest they’ve been in the School’s one hundred year history, with ten pupils obtaining a place at...

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  • Schools Mark Remembrance Day

    Schools throughout the diocese organised special events to mark Remembrance Day and to keep the memory of those who lost their lives in World War I alive. At St Paul’s Catholic College in Sunbury, the library has taken inspiration from the To...

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  • St Gregory's Rejuvenation of Woodcock Park Continues

    Following the successful project spearheaded by St Gregory’s A Level students to design and paint a vibrant mural on a neglected wall in the park, St Gregory’s Lower School pupils jumped at the opportunity to brighten up the surrounding area b...

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  • St Benedict's Onesie Friday raises £800 for Diabetes Charity

    Staff and pupils joined in the fun to raise awareness of Type 1 Diabetes and raise money for the charity. A great deal of artistic license was on show throughout the school shown in silly onesies, serious onesies, animal onesies and Christmas ones...

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  • St Benedict's Update Antigone for the Modern Audience

    Sam Bordiss, who teaches English at St Benedict’s, reviews the performance: Agatha Rex is our modern Molly Bish stars as Agatha, giving a forceful portrayal of a girl who maturely recognises social, moral and personal injustice. She connec...

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  • Chair Wins Outstanding School Governor Award

    John Sloan, former Chair of Governors at St Margaret Clitherow School in Stevenage, has received an Outstanding School Governor Award from the Hertfordshire Association of School Governors. John was one of three winners, who received their award o...

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  • Christian Faith in Action at St Benedict's

    Baroness Caroline Cox visited St Benedict’s School just before the half-term holiday to deliver the inaugural Orchard Lecture to a rapt audience of Sixth-Form students and staff. Her presentation, 'The Pain and The Passion: The Privilege of Maki...

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