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  • Goldman Sachs Come to St Thomas More SchoolGoldman 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...

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  • 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, ...

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  • Finchley School Gives Thanks

    On the 27 September, the community at Finchley Catholic High school came together to celebrate a Mass of thanksgiving to mark the 90th Anniversary of the founding of the school. There were over 270 people in the congregation, including staff, stud...

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  • Mike Freer MP Visits Bishop Douglass School

    On 23 September Mike Freer MP made a congratulatory visit to Bishop Douglass School on their conversion to Academy status.  He was met by the Head Boy, Tisloh Danboyi and Head Girl, Charlotte Moore and their deputies Rewayda Abdulahi and John Mar...

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  • Golden Jubilee for the Rosary Catholic School

    50 joyous years as a Catholic school, at the heart of Heston community, was marked by Cardinal Vincent who celebrated Mass with the school and parish on Tuesday 18 October. The Cardinal touched the hearts of all those who attended the Mass as he ...

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  • St Thomas More Pupils Pilgrimage to Rome

    Pupils from St Thomas More Catholic School, along with pupils from St George’s Catholic School, Maida Vale and Bishop Douglass School, East Finchley, have successfully completed their second annual pilgrimage to Rome. St Thomas More is committed...

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  • St Paul's College Raise £10,000 for Children's Hospice

    St Paul’s Catholic College in Sunbury over the last year has been raising funds for its nominated charity, Shooting Star Chase Hospice for Children. On Friday 7 October the Headteacher, James McNulty and Deputy Headteacher, Louisa Davies, toget...

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  • St Benedict's Student Wins European Youth Debating Competition

    A sixth form student from St Benedict’s School, Ealing, has won the final of the European Youth Debating Competition, held in Budapest on 4 October. Caroline Gakpetor defeated competitors from nine other European countries, including Germany, Sp...

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