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    #RedWednesday shines a light on Christian persecution#RedWednesday shines a light on Christian persecution

    Buildings across the world were lit up red on Wednesday 28th November to raise awareness of the plight of persecuted Christians around the world, particularly in the Middle East. The campaign, run by Aid to the Church in Need, is called #RedWednes...

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    Developing confidence through peer mentoring at St Thomas More

    St Thomas More School, in Wood Green, has been running a peer mentoring programme for the past two years, involving over 50 mentors, who provide younger pupils with support, guidance, friendship and reinforcement. The programme is designed to cont...

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    RHS winners receive VIP visit to school Eco Garden

    Frances Tophill, BBC Gardeners’ World presenter and judge for the RHS’s Campaign for School Gardening, paid a visit to St Gregory’s Catholic Science College to congratulate pupils on their success on winning the RHS School Gardening Team of ...

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    Green-fingered school pupils' community planting project

    Pupils from St Gregory’s Catholic Science College and Uxendon Manor Primary School in Kenton, joined forces to plant hundreds of daffodil bulbs and crocus corms in Woodcock Park. Veolia, the company which manages Brent’s parks, supplied the d...

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    Learning to build a sustainable future

    St Augustine’s Priory in Ealing has been shortlisted for the Whole-School Community Initiative of the Year award. The school runs an allotment and farm on 13 acres of land. Parents lead the allotment where pupils work under their guidance to gr...

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    Welcome for Reception pupils at St Bernadette's

    The Reception classes of St Bernadette’s Catholic Primary School and Nursery in Kenton were recently formally welcomed into the family of the school. Their school jumpers were blessed by Fr Dermot O’Neill of All Saints Parish, Kenton, in a ser...

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    The Polish Catholic Mission in London

    2018 sees not only the centenary of the Armistice but also the new political order that emerged in Europe after the collapse of four mighty Empires. The period saw new nations being proclaimed and borders being drawn, and, unsurprisingly, the proc...

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    Recognition for St Joseph's Primary School

    The Sunday Times School Guide 2019 ranked St Joseph's Catholic Primary School in Willesden as the second best state primary school in the country, and the best state Catholic primary school nationally. The whole school community has continued to ...

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    Adoremus: A Priest's Perspective

    There were two Congress Masses at the Metropolitan Cathedral on the Sunday morning. Given the almost relentless activity of the previous two days, I was glad that we had opted for the later, celebrated at 11.30am by the Cardinal. Arriving, we were...

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    SEIDs: Dignity in Work

    It is astonishing to realise that the majority of people living in poverty in London (58%) are living in a working family. That’s 1.3 million people living with ‘in-work’ poverty in the capital alone, many working jobs with long hours in uns...

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