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St. Mary's Catholic High School

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    Parent Governor Vacancy

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  • Duke of Edinburgh

    Duke of Edinburgh

    2016-2017 Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Cohort Launch


Coffee Morning
Year 10 Health & Social Care Coffee Morning

Coffee morning after Mass was attended by our year 10 Health and Social Care students to help them interact with the community.  The students planned some Christmas activities and helped out at the church hall.  It was an excellent session which will help the students with their controlled assessment. 

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Year 7 Connect2:Brazil

Our Year 7 pupils have been working in conjunction with Connect2: Brazil and CAFOD. CAFOD are working with the people of São Paulo, campaigning for homeless and vulnerable families to have safe, dignified housing and better living conditions. After watching videos on the area and hearing eye witness accounts our Year 7’s thought it would be a nice idea to send the children of Brazil some Christmas cards, letters and messages of hope for the New Year.

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Year 8 London Trip

What an amazing time we had in London at the weekend. The trip started very early as we set off at 5am on a very icy Saturday morning. However, when we arrived in London, the sky was blue and the sun was shining brightly. This was perfect weather for our London Eye experience where we got to see all the famous landmarks in this fabulous, vibrant city. 

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Duke of Edinburgh Service

Mr Peachey and Mr Farrimond were highly privileged to be invited to a special Duke of Edinburgh service at Westminster Abbey.  St Mary’s was invited to the service for the support we offer to the Duke of Edinburgh award.  The service was a prestigious event where many dignitaries and members of the Royal Family were present. 

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Remembrance 2016
Remembrance Week

Each year the History department organise a series of events to mark Remembrance and to commemorate the sacrifices made by our Armed Forces today and in the past. Throughout the week Year 11 students sold Poppies at the end of assembly, at break times and to forms across the whole school. Form time collective worship was focused on the centenary of the Battle of Somme and the sacrifices made by the young men who took part in it. Following this, students wrote messages on large Poppies that were displayed in the Dining Hall for other students to see and read.

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Barcelona 2016
MFL Barcelona Trip 2016

October half-term saw the annual Barcelona trip leave, with almost 80 Year 10 students taking part in this fantastic trip. After an early alarm, the coaches were ready to leave at 5am on the dot, and the 25 hour trip to Spain began.

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House Points

last updated 14/11/2016