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  • 1st XV off to a promising start

    1st XV off to a promising start

    15th September 2014

    The 1st XV started with a comprehensive win away at Hutton by 32-5. There were excellent debuts from Dan Smith, Jay Holcroft and Dan McNamara and it was exciting free flowing rugby that led to six tries being scored. Harry Southern was a constant threat at the base and Tyler Brace was excellent in attack and defence. The 2nd XV won by 40 points to make it a good start to the season for both the senior teams. Read More

  • Raising a Teenager in the 21st Century

    Raising a Teenager in the 21st Century

    14th September 2014

    In June this year the College hosted an evening for Parents, ‘Raising a Teenager in the 21st Century'. Speakers from various outside agencies such as Catholic Children’s Society, Action for Children, Child and Mental Health Services, Wirral Aspergers Society and Family Lives, to mention but a few, were invited to inform parents of the role and the support that is out there if families require it. Read More

  • Ebola in Sierra Leone

    Ebola in Sierra Leone

    8th September 2014

    Many of you have met Sr Mary Sweeney at the Presentation Awards in Summer 2013. For those of you who didn't, Sr Mary is the Director of St Joseph's School for the Hearing Impaired in Makeni, Sierra Leone. The Ebola virus is obviously having a profound affect on the people of Sierra Leone at this time. As supporters of the Brother Kerrigan Walk, you provide funds for her school and others in Makeni. Read More

  • Senior Rugby tour to South Africa

    Senior Rugby tour to South Africa

    8th September 2014

    The meet-up time was 10.00 and we were scheduled to leave at 10.30 on the dot. To have the entire squad in attendance and early is very unusual. Many hugs, kisses and promises to text/phone/email/Skype later and the party was ready to roll. We honoured the travellers’ ritual which is to enter a motorway service station to be fleeced by a range of franchised fast food vendors providing negligible nutrition for scandalous prices, but the rest of the trip to Heathrow was uneventful. Read More

  • GCSE Results 2014 twin success!

    GCSE Results 2014 twin success!

    22nd August 2014

    Year 11 students at St. Anselm’s College are celebrating their GCSE results this week, which have produced some outstanding individual achievement. 95% of Year 11 boys gained 5 or more A*-C grades and 35% of all entries were graded at A* or A. On average students gained 9+ grades A*-C per student. This maintained the high standards of recent years. 27 students, 20% of the year group, gained 8 or more A*& A grades and 3 students gained 10 or more A*s! Read More