Posts by Tim Ramsdale

St Gregory’s Green Fingered Pupils Win Top RHS National Prize

St Gregory’s Catholic Science College in Kenton have won the RHS School Gardening Team of the Year Award after their team of 13-15 year olds designed and built an outdoor learning environment. The land used for the winning project had originally been earmarked for a staff car park extension. For many of the school’s pupils the garden…

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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 London to hold an Eco Schools Green Flag Award, St Gregory’s has demonstrated a commitment to sustainability by embedding…

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Curriculum Directory

The whole Catholic school is part of the Church’s ministry to evangelise and catechise. Through the centuries, the Church has educated young people and adults as part of its life. The witness, by the staff and pupils, to belief in Jesus Christ and the Catholic way of life, is itself a teaching and learning experience. In…

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Schools Bulletin: March 2018

Introduction Expand Dear Colleague in Catholic Education, During Lent the Church offers us, in the words of Pope Francis, “the soothing remedy of prayer, almsgiving and fasting.” It is also the time for the leaders in Catholic education in our Diocese to meet. For the first time in many years the Headteachers of both Primary…

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Schools Bulletin: January 2018

Introduction Expand Dear Colleague in Catholic Education, Traditionally at the start of any new year we are expected to seek new challenges, new opportunities, fresh starts and resolutions. However, for Catholics we are expected to embrace the message of the Epiphany and see Christ revealed in His true form and hope for the world.  Pope…

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Schools Bulletin : November 2017

Introduction Expand Dear Colleague in Catholic Education, The word most associated with the month of November is Remembrance. For centuries Catholics have celebrated the Feast Days of so many Saints throughout the month as well as subtle portents of eternity. We take time to remember and pray for the dead. Our school communities have faithfully…

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Schools Bulletin: September 2017

Welcome to our September 2017 Bulletin Expand Dear Colleague in Catholic Education, This summer we have witnessed many events that have shaped public consciousness about large gatherings of people. Images and testimonies from Charlottesville VA, Las Ramblas in Barcelona, and the beaches of Greece as migrants come ashore, bucket bombs on tube trains are indelibly…

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