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  • Apostleship of the Sea: Living the Works of MercyApostleship of the Sea: Living the Works of Mercy

    Schools in the Diocese of Westminster now have access to a new set of schools resources for the Jubilee Year of Mercy produced by Catholic seafarers’ charity Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) and Catholic writer Greg Watts. The presentation gives pu...

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  • St Gregory's Shortlisted for School of the Year

    St Gregory’s Catholic Science College has been shortlisted by the Times Educational Supplement for the 2016 Secondary School of the Year award. The awards, which are now in their eighth year, celebrate the vision, commitment and outstanding con...

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  • Mini Vinnies at Work at St Paul's, Wood Green

    St Paul’s Catholic Primary School has an elected council of ‘Mini Vinnies’, which is embraced by the whole school as an essential part of young people’s contribution to society. The Mini Vinnies program is a primary schools initiative deve...

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  • St Benedict's Bands Steal the Show at RockFest

    At the end of Lent term students from St Benedict’s School in Ealing competed in RockFest in Hastings, part of the Hastings Musical Festival. The school entered two bands: ‘The Others’, a Year 10 five piece band which has been together for t...

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  • New Hall and Prayer Garden at St James's

    Cardinal Vincent attended St James Catholic School in Twickenham for the official blessing of their new Pilgrim Hall, Prayer Garden and Stations of the Cross.  The cardinal was welcomed into the school by the RE captains and then taken on a tour ...

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  • Lent Collection Feeds Thousands with Fish

    Girls at St Augustine’s Priory collected over 1400 tins of fish this week in support of the volunteer-led charity, Calais Kitchens, which feeds thousands of refugees every day. Sixth Form student, Rebecca Shoesmith, coordinated the collection a...

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  • Matthew Hancock Visits St Thomas More to Announce New Social Mobility Index

    On 24 March, Matthew Hancock, Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General, gave a special announcement about social mobility at St Thomas More Catholic School. He spoke passionately about the power of education to improve social mobilit...

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  • Student's Winning Science Blog

    Anastasia Petrovic, a Sixth Form Science student at St Augustine’s Priory, has received national recognition for her incisive article debunking science in the popular film Gravity, which has been published following a rigorous blog competition r...

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