If you are a cinema lover, don’t miss out on the next exciting World Cinema Club session on Thursday 12 December from 3.35pm to 5.15pm in ML3! A French comedy film with English subtitlesCert PG Synopsis Paul and Sali are a married black... Continue Reading
Congratulations to our linguists of the Term! L Factor Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 Year 11 Sixth form Term 1 Carmen Brydniak 7TMichael Southgate 7B Daniel Brown Rodrigo 8CLeonardoUjka 8B Marcin Jankowski-Nierodzik 9BOliwia Wickiewicz9T Sergio... Continue Reading
‘In class today, we learnt about the Old and New Testament, the books they contain and how they were written. As a fun addition to the lesson, we all made our own chatterboxes to test our knowledge with each other! We added religious... Continue Reading
Fantastic offers at unbelievable prices. Books, posters and stationary . Latest bestselling authors. The books are being sold by year 12 Economics students in the library at break and lunchtime. Continue Reading
During the month of November, our Year 7 classes are joining with the Parish of St John’s for midday Mass; this week was the turn of 7a3 and 7b1. In advance, both classes had prepared prayers for those who have died, as the month of November is... Continue Reading
Students and teachers in the MFL Department had, this year again, a very enjoyable week celebrating the European Day of Languages. Year 7 students produced some amazing European hats and impressed us with many interesting facts about their... Continue Reading
The MFL department has resumed its “Challenge of the week” operation! This week’s challenge is “What is the name of the bullet train in Japan and what speed can it travel up to?“ Every week, you can find the... Continue Reading
Last term we had the great privilege of welcoming Professor Matthew Wills, lecturer in Evolutionary Biology at the University of Bath, to address year 9 and 10 students about the topics of Science and the Christian faith. Professor Wills gave a... Continue Reading
Come and join in for lots of fun, sweets and SPIRIT points! The club runs a range of activities from games and viewing of short films to video projects. All new suggestions are always welcome too. When: Thursdays Week A French Fridays Week B... Continue Reading
Why such a special day?In 2001 the Council of Europe declared the 26th September an annual European Day of Languages to highlight the importance of multilingualism and celebrate linguistic diversity. To mark this linguistic celebration at St... Continue Reading
Thursday 3rd October in the Languages Department Part of the European Day of Languages Celebrations “From up on Poppy Hill” is a beautifully illustrated Japanese animé released by Studio Ghibli in 2013. It follows the friendship and first loves... Continue Reading
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