Education Service News

Senior Citizens at St George's

St George’s Catholic School hosted their annual Christmas Party for local senior citizens on Tuesday 5th December. Guests from local parishes and residential homes were warmly welcomed to the school for this event which has proved extremely popular over the past six years and is anticipated with great excitement by guests, pupils and staff.

Over 115 guests aged between 65 and 96 were treated to carol singing as well as a selection of songs from the forthcoming school production of ‘Oliver’. The school’s Food Technology room was a hive of activity as Year 11 students prepared a variety of home-made treats including sausage rolls, cheese scones, cream teas as well as light and fluffy Victoria sponge cakes for the guests. Sixth formers were on hand to serve guests. Other activities in the festively decorated hall included bingo, a raffle and a sing-a-long. 

 

Your thoughts
  • (Not published)
more stories
  • Jubilant JFK on Golden Jubilee

    On 20th October John F Kennedy Catholic School hosted the annual Herts GAA Secondary Schools Gaelic Football competition. Nine teams from five different schools throughout Hertfordshire entered the tournament. This year the JFK U13 squad were ente...

  • New St Benedict’s Junior School Opened

    Professor Francis Campbell, Vice-Chancellor of St Mary’s University, Twickenham, officially opened the new Junior School at St Benedict’s, Ealing, west London on Tuesday 21st November. Professor Campbell, formerly the British ambassador to the...

  • Senior Citizens at St George's

    St George’s Catholic School hosted their annual Christmas Party for local senior citizens on Tuesday 5 Over 115 guests aged between 65 and 96 were treated to carol singing as well as a selection of songs from the forthcoming school production...

  • Acrylic Art for Remembrance Day at St Paul’s Sunbury

    The students and staff of St Paul’s Catholic College in Sunbury wanted to mark Remembrance Day in a unique manner this year.  Inspired by the wonderful display created at the Tower of London a couple of years ago, Tom Collett, Head of Design an...

  • St Anthony’s School for Girls Celebrates National Parliament Week

    St Anthony’s School for Girls marked National UK Parliament Week with a range of explorative and educational activities. Pupils explored the election process by holding their own student council election to vote in a student councillor for eac...

  • London Pupils Visit the Eternal City

    During this term, pupils from St Thomas More Catholic School, Wood Green, along with pupils from sister schools St George’s, Maida Vale and Bishop Douglass, East Finchley, had the wonderful opportunity to visit the city of Rome.The Religious Edu...