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  • Bishop Challoner showcases Auschwitz exhibition to mark Holocaust Memorial DayBishop Challoner showcases Auschwitz exhibition to mark Holocaust Memorial Day

    Hafsah says: “ The exhibition opened in the drama studio on Friday 23 January, and attracted a huge number of boys and girls of all ages who visited during lunchtime. The exhibition, timed to coincide with Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January...

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  • Outreach: Generosity of Heart and Spirit in Catholic Schools

    Our Catholic schools are justifiably proud of their outreach to the community. This takes many forms both locally, nationally and internationally. We know how important our faith is to us and so understand how important belief is to people of oth...

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  • Chaplains: A Sign of Christ at the Heart of our Schools

    Pope St John Paul II taught that: ‘the purpose of the Catholic school is the advancement of the human person; each individual in their material and spiritual needs is personally at the centre of Jesus’ teaching.’ A Catholic school is a very ...

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  • St Benedict's and Voces 8 host sublime concert in Ealing Abbey

    In truth the word ‘concert’ does not do the event justice – it was more a sublime musical experience which showed the enthralled audience exactly why Voces 8 has reached its top position in the world of classical music. Pupils from St Benedi...

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  • St Thomas More Teaching Assistant stars on BBC's The Voice

    They were even more amazed when Hannah, originally from Bath, got all the four singing mentors to turn because they wanted her in their team (as part of the auditions, the four mentors sit in chairs facing away from the singer so they judge them p...

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  • Cardinal Vincent Blesses Chapel at Loreto College

    Loreto College in St Albans marked its 90th anniversary, and, as part of the celebrations, the chapel underwent extensive refurbishment which were completed recently. Cardinal Vincent paid the school a visit to celebrate Mass and to bless the r...

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  • Nativity Plays bring Christmas Cheer to St Benedict's

    Reception children dazzled with their production of ‘Humph the Camel’ about a grumpy camel whose heart instantly melts when he meets the baby Jesus for the first time. An extra special vitality and energy was saved for the grand finale when pu...

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  • St Augustine's Turns 80

    Opened in 1934, the school is one of two Catholic primary schools in Hoddesdon, the other being St Cross. St Augustine’s was built using the money raised by parents paying to send their children to St Cross, which was a private, fee-paying schoo...

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