Monthly Archives: April 2012

  • A Wonderful School

    St Margaret Clitherow’s School is celebrating a very special double distinction this term. Both the OFSTED inspection and the Diocesan Inspection of Religious Education, Collective Worship and Catholic Life of the School have adjudged the school to be outstanding.

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  • From the smallest to the tallest!

    Music is all around Below is a photograph of a recent visit to All Saints RC Primary School, Thirsk by ‘Music For Life’. Seen in the photograph with some of our Reception children are Naomi Atherton on French horn and Dan Whibley on double bass. Dan is the ‘tallest double bass player in the world’ […]

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  • Students promote peace

    The student Peace Team at St Mary’s College, Middlesbrough, have been announced as the overall national winners of the Pax Christi Peace Challenge 2009, a competition that spans the Catholic educational community of the whole of Europe. The team have now been invited to Peace House in Italy to meet the other national winners from […]

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  • Headteacher hits the high road!

    Kevin Macklam, Headteacher of St Joseph’s R.C. Primary School in Pickering and a parishioner of St John’s in Easingwold, will be riding ‘La Marmotte’ – a 108 mile epic one-day, non-stop bike ride that goes up four of the Tour De France climbs – on July 4th this year.

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