Monthly Archives: April 2012

  • In Thanksgiving for Catholic Education in South Bank

    A special Thanksgiving Mass was held on 13th October to celebrate the continuation of Catholic Education in the South Bank area of Middlesbrough, at St Andrew’s Church, Teesville. Amy Glanville writes, The service, organised by parish priest Canon Gubbins and Youth Group Leader Paul Terry, was an opportunity for St Peter’s Catholic College of Maths […]

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  • Giving thanks for God’s Harvest

    Parents, governors and friends roof the school packed St Clare’s School recently to watch a special assembly involving children from different age groups celebrating the Harvest. With songs and hymns and readings from Scripture, the children led thanks for God’s bounteous harvest and reminded those assembled not just of the harvest but of all the […]

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  • Gold Award for St John of Beverley School

    St John of Beverley RC Primary School has achieved a gold medal at this year’s Yorkshire in Bloom Awards and has also received the prestigious Young People’s Award for being the best school in this year’s competition. Pupils, parents, staff and governors are all celebrating the school’s accomplishments that were recognised at the award ceremony […]

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  • Tatler School Awards 2010

    St Martin’s Ampleforth are celebrating as they learned that they were nominated for Best Prep School of the Year at the Tatler School Awards. The Tatler Schools Guide is an annual supplement to the October issue of this prestigious magazine and schools are chosen for entry according to their own criteria and not because entry […]

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  • St Mary’s College, Hull – Outstanding!

    St Mary’s College, Hull graded ‘Outstanding’ by both OFSTED and Diocesan Inspectors! Students, Staff, Chaplains, Governors and families are celebrating following the recent Inspections at St Mary’s College in Hull. Both Her Majesty’s Inspectors and Diocesan Section 48 Inspectors concluded that the College is providing an outstanding education for its students. Indeed the work of […]

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  • We Are One Body

    Last month, Sacred Heart in Redcar was the scene of a true demonstration of what it means to be ‘One Body in Christ’ as pupils and students from eight different schools and colleges joined together for a day of rehearsal and two nights of performance of contemporary Christian music.

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  • York and a very Big Assembly

    Thousands of young people came together to watch ‘The Big Assembly’ on giant screens at York Racecourse. Fr Stephen Maughan wrote, We had a fabulous and rain-free morning with 2,500 children at the Racecoure – the first time all the pupils and students in York have ever been in the same place at the same […]

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  • Seeing Pope Benedict at the Big Assembly

    On Thursday 16th September, we went to St Mary’s Cathedral to catch our coach to London. After about six hours on the coach, we finally arrived at the Thistle Hotel near Heathrow Airport. I shared a room with Fenton and Lowan from Sacred Heart School. The dining room was very big and posh and it […]

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  • An Amazing Day

    Pope Benedict said, ‘God wants your friendship, and once you enter into a friendship with God, everything begins to change.’

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