Monthly Archives: April 2012

  • Hard work pays off for St Mary’s Students

    St Mary’s College is celebrating an A level pass rate of over 94%. ‘These results are a tribute to the hard work of the students and the expertise of the staff’, said the Principal, Don Lillistone. ‘No fewer than 15 subjects have a 100% pass rate, and there are numerous outstanding individual achievements’, added the […]

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  • Bishop Terry opens new extension

    at St Joseph’s, Pickering Just before the summer break, Bishop Terry visited St Joseph’s RC Primary School in Pickering for the official opening of the school’s new extension. The extension has given the school two new classrooms, an increase in the size of the school hall, a new lobby, which is housing a library, and […]

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  • Come and Join the Celebration!

    Congratulations to St Thomas More RC Primary School who will be celebrating their 40th anniversary this year. Celebrations will begin on Sunday 18th October at St Thomas More Church, where mass will be celebrated by the school community. All past pupils, parents, governors and staff are warmly invited to join in the celebrations. Mass will […]

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  • Record successes for Ampleforth College

    This summer Ampleforth College students have enjoyed their highest ever number of A, B and C grades in A level and AS levels, 93.1% compared to the previous record of 91.9% in 2008. The average points per candidate is the second highest ever at this stage at 356 UCAS points per candidate representing, on average, […]

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  • Our Lady’s Primary School, York final report

    The recent inspection of Our Lady’s RC Primary School in York shows the school to be ‘a good Catholic school’, ‘very welcoming’ and ‘highly regarded in the community it serves’. It ‘is marked by a strong Catholic ethos with committed leadership from the Headteacher, the school leadership team and the governors who are instrumental in […]

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  • Chair of Governors Forum

    There will be a meeting of Schools’ Governors at 7.15pm on Thursday 17th September at St Thomas More’s Church Hall, Kirkham Row, Beechwood, Middlesbrough. Bishop Terry will be attending.

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  • Proud to wear uniforms at St Pius X School

    A recent report on St Pius X RC Primary School, which serves an area with significant social and economic disadvantage in Middlesbrough, concludes that this is a good school with many outstanding features and aspects.

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