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  • Bishop Douglass Students Host Seniors at ChristmasBishop Douglass Students Host Seniors at Christmas

    On 8 December at 5pm Year 10 Bishop Douglass students welcomed over 130 Senior Citizens form the local East Finchley community into the school hall for a traditional Christmas dinner and an evening of entertainment. It has been a long-standing tra...

  • St Anthony’s School for Girls Announces New Scholarships

    St Anthony’s School for Girls will provide two new scholarships of 20 per cent of annual school fees, for September 2017 entrants to the school.   The scholarships will be awarded on academic merit by the school and will cover the entire educ...

  • Closing the Year of Mercy at St Martha's

    St Martha’s School in Hadley Wood, closed the Year of Mercy on 18 November with a beautiful balloon ceremony. There was a short assembly led by School Chaplain Helen Baly reiterating what the Year of Mercy was about and entailed. She gave a num...

  • Raising Funds for Haiti and Renewable World

    Two Sixth Form initiatives at St Augustine’s Priory have raised funds for two causes in November: the Oxfam appeal for Haiti and Renewable World. In early October Hurricane Matthew swept through Haiti causing devastation and death. Several memb...

  • Bishop Douglass School commemorate Armistice Day with veteran.

    On November 11 Bishop Douglass School held a commemorative service to mark Armistice Day and were graced with the presence of World War II veteran, Roy Beckett, who has just been honoured by the French government with the Order of the Legion of H...

  • RE Coordinator's Day 2016

    Photos from RE Coordinator's Day 2016

  • Goldman Sachs Come to St Thomas More School

    During October, GCSE Business studies pupils from St Thomas More Catholic School, Wood Green, took part in a new initiative run through Teach First and Goldman Sachs called ‘Goldman Sachs’ Next Steps’. During the day pupils engaged in a rang...

  • Newman Catholic College Students Remember First and Second World War Heritage

    Mr Coyle, Mrs Boulter and students from Newman Catholic College attended a memorial service on 10 November to remember those buried in the Willesden New Cemetery, who gave their lives for their country. They were honoured to meet Prince William, ...