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Lord Patten Meets St Benedict’s Scholars

4th December 2018 | 0 Comments

Lord Patten of Barnes, alumnus and Patron of St Benedict’s School in Ealing, presented the Patten Scholarships on November 12th. Lord Patten attends the Sixth Form Scholars’ Evening each year. Chancellor of Oxford University and a Crossbench member of the House of Lords, Chris Patten was the last British Governor of Hong Kong and a…

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St Augustine’s Priory commemorates the centenary of the ending of World War I

4th December 2018 | 0 Comments

As the haunting sound of Elgar’s ‘Nimrod’ carried over the school grounds girls dressed as ranks of soldiers and nurses stood still against the backdrop of St Augustine’s Priory. All pupils and staff at St Augustine’s Priory, Ealing Catholic Independent School for girls, joined together in an act of Remembrance on Thursday 8th November. As…

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St Gregory’s Pupils’ Armistice Tribute

4th December 2018 | 0 Comments

In commemoration of 100 years since the end of the First World War, pupils and staff from St Gregory’s Catholic Science College in Kenton “planted” a swathe of poppies in the school’s Remembrance Garden. Every pupil and member of staff in the school made a poppy, onto which they wrote a prayer of remembrance.  Over…

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Calling Catholic Teachers

13th September 2018 | 2 Comments

The Diocese of Westminster Education Service is hosting an evening to engage with Catholic teachers and leaders currently working outside of Catholic education. Director of Education, JP Morrison, explains: ‘We wish to reach out to the very best in education and we are conscious that some of our finest Catholic teachers have, for whatever reason,…

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Something worth celebrating

7th September 2018 | 0 Comments

by Bishop John Wilson Chair of the Diocesan Education Commission Education Sunday falls on 9th September this year and provides an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of Catholic schools and colleges across our diocese. Since becoming Chair of the Diocesan Education Commission I have witnessed first-hand the impressive work that is taking place and seen…

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Catholic schools: Always open

1st September 2018 | 0 Comments

by JP Morrison, Director, Diocesan Education Service   This year the theme of Education Sunday is ‘Ephphatha: Be Opened’ which is taken from Mark’s Gospel reading on Education Sunday. It refers to the way Jesus healed a man who was both deaf and mute with a simple command: Ephphatha. Jesus is telling us to open…

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JFK School celebrates Golden Jubilee

25th June 2018 | 0 Comments

John F Kennedy Catholic School rounded off their 50th jubilee celebrations on Friday 22ndJune by joining together with Fr Paul McDermott to celebrate Mass. The mass was held in the sports hall with the Music led by Mr Ridout, and involved the newly commissioned student Eucharistic Ministers. During Mass the community gave thanks to all who…

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Senior Citizens at St George’s

8th June 2018 | 0 Comments

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…

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John Henry Newman student wins Public Speaking Challenge

8th June 2018 | 0 Comments

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 are very proud of Hannah and her achievement.  She is an excellent ambassador for the school and…

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St Thomas More: The Power to Be

8th June 2018 | 0 Comments

‘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 participated in the programme and received excellent sessions on developing skills essential for…

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Schools Bulletin: December 2018

By Mike Pittendreigh | 28th November 2018 | 0 Comments

From the Director Dear Colleague in Catholic Education, The Lord is coming! As our school and College communities this week prepare for the season of Advent we are reminded that the next 4 Sundays and 28 days are all to do with joy and hope knowing that Our Lord is coming. Too often attempts have…

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Protocols – Pupil Place Planning

By Nigel Spears | 14th November 2018 | 0 Comments

Protocols relating to Pupil Placement Planning can now be found HERE.

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School Capital – Latest Guidance for Schools and Consultants

By Nigel Spears | 14th November 2018 | 0 Comments

The latest guidance documents on Capital Procurement have just been published by our colleagues in the Diocesan Property Department. The update from the previous version was prompted by the need to include a “Modern Slavery” statement. Human trafficking and modern slavery are, in the words of Pope Francis, “grievous wounds in the flesh of humanity….In…

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Protocols – Capital Strategy

By Nigel Spears | 14th November 2018 | 0 Comments

Protocols relating to Asset Management and Capital Procurement can be found HERE.

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Asbestos Return – Government Required

By Nigel Spears | 14th November 2018 | 0 Comments

  Asbestos Management Assurance Process (AMAP) Early this year, the DfE/ESFA wrote to all schools requiring the completion of the AMAP. When the AMAP portal closed, a significant majority of schools had failed to complete the returns. Ministers were concerned about the poor response rate and the associated lack of detailed intelligence relating to the…

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See Interactive Map – Enumeration Day Oct 2018

By Nigel Spears | 20th October 2018

Enumeration Day 2018 – Registered Pupils Return The deadline for the submission of the 2018 Enumeration (Registered pupils) returns was Friday 12 October. Thank you to those school that have supplied the required data. Your support and assistance is greatly appreciated. Governors, parents and others will be able to review and interrogate the data at:…

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