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Teachers from Catholic schools across the north came together to make music at Leeds Trinity’s fifth Annual Catholic Partnership Day last month.
Over 45 teachers attended from both primary and secondary Catholic schools in the dioceses of Leeds, Hallam, Hexham and Newcastle, Middlesbrough and Salford. Leeds Trinity enjoys close partnerships with schools in these areas to [...]
In their recent Section 48 report, which can be found on the Schools’ Service sub-domain, middlesbrough-diocese.org.uk/educationservices, Inspectors found that “Trinity Catholic College is a satisfactory and improving school, with good features”. Furthermore,
Under the good leadership of the headteacher, senior team and governing body, two schools have been amalgamated into one. Staff and pupils, although working [...]
‘Statements to Live By’ is a unique resource initially developed by teachers across the Middlesbrough, Leeds, Hallam, and Hexham and Newcastle Dioceses facilitated by Theresa Laverick, RE Adviser for Middlesbrough and Frank McDermott (formerly Director of Schools for Hallam) and is used successfully in a number of schools throughout the Diocese.
The resource is rooted [...]
The latest cohort of graduates from the Nurturing Future Leaders teachers programme marked the completion of their course with a Mass celebrated by the Bishop in York.
Designed to encourage and develop Catholic teachers to make the leap up to leadership positions, the 18 month long programme reached out to teachers in Catholic schools right across [...]
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What is Rainbows?
Rainbows is a not-for-profit international organisation, offering training and programmes for establishing peer support groups in communities, schools, churches, and social agencies. The programmes are available to children, young people and adults of all ages who are grieving a death, family change or any other significant loss.
When a change takes place in the [...]
September 2010 saw the historic visit of Pope Benedict XVI with powerful, memorable scenes in the Piazza at Westminster Cathedral, at the Big Assembly, Twickenham, and in Hyde Park. Thousands of young people joyfully celebrating faith and being affirmed in their voice and role in a vibrant Church.
During the Big Assembly Bishop Malcolm McMahon announced [...]
Spirituality of Children and Young People
Responding to Bishop Terence’s invitation, over 150 Headteachers, Clergy, Chairs of Governors, Chaplains and Chaplaincy Co-ordinators from across the Diocese gathered in The Royal York Hotel, York on 15th February for the Bishop’s ‘Study Day’.
After a warm welcome by Bishop Terence, Canon John Lumley introduced Dr Roisín Coll and Fr [...]