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  • St Thomas More Pupils Cycle for Teach FirstSt Thomas More Pupils Cycle for Teach First

    On 31 July 2016, staff and pupils of St Thomas More Catholic School took part in one of Europe’s greatest cycling event, the Prudential RideLondon 2016. Participants represented Teach First, a charity that tackles educational inequality by placi...

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  • Gold Medallist Shares Expertise at St Benedict's

    St Benedict’s School in Ealing struck gold with a visit from Dr Hannah Macleod who represented Team GB at the Olympic Games in London 2012 and Rio 2016. Hannah, a Forward in the Team GB Hockey squad, won Bronze in London and Gold in Rio. Hannah...

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  • Bishop Douglass School Converts to Academy Status

    Martin Tissot, newly appointed Headteacher of Bishop Douglass, said he was delighted with the seamless conversion to an academy school. On 1 September Bishop Douglass joined St George’s, Maida Vale and St Thomas More, Wood Green as co-partners ...

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  • Teaching Across the World

    Schools may have had the summer off summer, but Jade Cahill, a teacher from St Charles Primary School headed for a classroom on the other side of the world. The 24-year-old jetted off to Cambodia to spend a month mentoring young teachers in the p...

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  • St Thomas More has the Spell-Factor

    St Thomas More Catholic School, in Wood Green, launched their very own Spelling Bee Championship this month. Over 200 enthusiastic Year 7 spellers took part in a gruelling qualifying round which resulted in 16 pupils buzzing their way to the final...

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  • Academy Information Evening Presentation

    Following the successful seven academy information evenings held across the diocese in May and June 2016, the Education Service is providing you with the PDF version of the Director's presentation.  Over 600 people involved in the leadership and ...

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  • Date with History for Rosary Primary School

    On Friday 24 June, Bishop John Wilson joined students from Rosary Primary Catholic School in Hampstead to bury a time capsule in a construction site next to the school. Bishop John donated the items for the capsule, which included an image of Pope...

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  • St Paul’s Catholic College in final of Spelling Bee

    At the end of April, three students from Year 7 of St Paul’s Catholic College, Alejandro Garcia Camacho, Lewis Shala and Shannon Moore, travelled to Brighton with their French teacher, Miss Dighton and Teaching Assistant, Miss Lee, to take part ...

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