Monthly Archives: April 2012

  • CAFOD celebrations at St Martin’s

    The pupils of St Martin’s Ampleforth are celebrating the fact that they have raised just over £2,000 during the last year for CAFOD. The money was raised through a series of activities including concerts, a Bring and Buy sale, ‘Dress as a Character from a Book Day’ and sponsored events. CAFOD is the Catholic Agency […]

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  • St Martin’s Ampleforth opens new £25k Science Lab

    St Martin’s Ampleforth’s new £25k science lab was opened on 18th October 2009 Sunday by Mrs Erma-Jean Tracy in memory of her husband Tom. This new fully equipped laboratory was made possible by a grant from the Tracy Family Foundation and is part of the ongoing £2m investment programme into the school.

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  • Remembrance Day Singing

    As a Remembrance Day tribute, 24 Year 6 pupils from St Martin’s Ampleforth School were delighted to be able to entertain residents of the Alba Rose Residential Care Home on Tuesday 10th November by singing a medley of songs from the war period, including ‘White cliffs of Dover’ and ‘Two Little Boys’ as well as […]

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  • Trinity Harvest Fast Day

    Well done to Trinity Catholic College, Middlesbrough which raised nearly £500 for CAFOD on Friday 2nd October with a Hunger Lunch and donation buckets on both the College’s sites.

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  • Thank you, St Clare’s School!

    The foods brought in for the Harvest Celebration at St Clare’s School have been very kindly donated to the Mary Thompson Fund, which supports refugees and asylum seekers in the Tees Valley many of whom receive no other support.

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  • New Uniform, Logo and Motto Celebrates School’s 50 Years

    A Middlesbrough primary school is celebrating its 50th year of teaching and learning with a new uniform, logo and motto. Opened in 1959, St Pius X of Park End boasts Boro Chairman Steve Gibson and Chris Kamara, the Sky Sports pundit and former footballer, among its former pupils. To mark the milestone, proud pupils helped […]

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