These courses are suggestions for schools to use as part of their General Relgious Education Programmes as Sixth Form Level. Heart to Heart enables senior students to engage with faith sharing with younger children. Active Faithful Citizens enables senior students to enage with Church Social Teaching at a theoretical and practical level.
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- St Francis of Assisi School commemorates Grenfell anniversary
On 14 Tragically, a pupil from the school, Issac Paulos, and a former pupil, Jessica Urbano Ramirez, who later moved on to the Convent of Jesus and Mary Language College, both lost their lives in the fire. Their families, together with those of...
- Douay Martyrs join hands for children overseas
Pupils from the Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School, Ickenham raised £5,000 for the CAFOD Appeal 2018 engaging in four weeks of fundraising activities which included raffle ticket sales, cake sales, unwanted gift sales, guess the number of sw...
- 6 in 6000: Cardinal Pole students win national debate competition
The Cardinal Pole Catholic School debate team have won the 2018 Debate Mate competition, edging out over 240 schools nationwide to the title. Alec Lau, Taiwo Olaojo, Edward Ntalindwa Badege, Philip Webb, Katie Lowbridge, and Boran Sis competed wi...
- St Thomas More: The Power to Be
‘Every child has the power in them to achieve great things, no matter what background they come from’, was the core message carried by the CAFOD Young Leadership programme held at St Thomas More School in Wood Green. Five Sixth Form students ...
- A proud moment for St Gregory’s
St Gregory’s Catholic Science College, Harrow has been shortlisted for the 2018 Sustainable Schools TES Award in recognition of their achievement in encouraging a new generation of sustainability champions. One of the few secondary schools in...
- John Henry Newman student wins Public Speaking Challenge
The Catenian Association Sixth form Catholic Schools Public Speaking 2018 Challenge, Province 14 regional final was won by Hannah Meek from John Henry Newman, Stevenage, who spoke on the ‘Power of Words’. Head Teacher Clive Mathew said ‘We a...