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  • Hertfordshire Schools Mark Holocaust Memorial DayHertfordshire Schools Mark Holocaust Memorial Day

    On Tuesday 24 January Hertfordshire SACRE (Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education) hosted their annual Holocaust Memorial Day Commemoration at The John Henry Newman Catholic School in Stevenage. The guest speaker was Ivor Perl BEM wh...

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  • Community Across Generations

    The Sixth Formers at Bishop Douglass School have been recognised once again for their sterling efforts in community work. They have been awarded a ‘Get set for Community Action’ plaque for their ‘Outstanding work within the community’. La...

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  • Blessing of St Anthony's School for Girls

    St Anthony’s School for Girls held its official blessing ceremony on Tuesday 24 January. Bishop John Wilson joined pupils, staff and parents at the Golders Green based school to perform the blessing. It was a special morning which saw the girls...

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  • Students at St Paul’s, Sunbury, Achieve Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Awards

    Towards the end of last year, 11 students from St Paul’s Catholic College in Sunbury were presented with their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Awards, with many more students to come through the scheme shortly. In a small presentation ceremony, the So...

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  • Army Officer Scholarship for St Benedict’s Student

    A sixth form student at St Benedict’s School, Ealing, has been awarded an Army Officer Scholarship to Sandhurst. David Cuss, aged 17, has been a member of the school’s Combined Cadet Force for five years. The selection process for the Army Of...

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  • Our Lady of Muswell Pupil Wins Haringey Award

    Archie Baer, a pupil at Our Lady of Muswell, has won the Outstanding Primary STEM Student Award at the Haringey Outstanding for All Award ceremony at Alexandra Palace on 5 December.  Archie is not only a gifted mathematician and scientist, he als...

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  • Academies: Helping Shape Catholic Education for the Future

    Catholic education is rightly celebrated for all the successes it achieves every day. Education is at the heart of the Church’s mission and it is the place where Christ and his Church are encountered.  From this we derive the qualities and cha...

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  • Bishop 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...

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