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  • Anti Bullying activities at St. Anselm's College

    Anti Bullying activities at St. Anselm's College

    21st November 2014

    This year the theme is ‘Let’s stop bullying for all’ and the focus nationally is to stop the bullying experienced by disabled young people and those with Special Educational Needs. At the College, the work continues to assemble the portfolio of evidence required to attain the Anti- Bullying Quality Mark and we invite comments from parents and carers in this regard. Read More

  • First pictures of shoe boxes arriving at St Joseph's

    First pictures of shoe boxes arriving at St Joseph's

    16th November 2014

    Please find attached some pictures of the first distribution of the shoe boxes. More pictures to follow. We left some very happy children. Thank you all for all you're doing. Read More

  • Year 9 student chosen for UK’s first Digital Youth Council

    Year 9 student chosen for UK’s first Digital Youth Council

    15th November 2014

    Kieran Lowe of 9K has been chosen as one of eight pupils from across the UK to sit on the UK’s first Digital Youth Council. The panel of tech-savvy students aged 9-17 have been selected by the Council’s founder Virgin Media Business. Read More

  • Interview with Ebola survivor

    Interview with Ebola survivor

    12th November 2014

    Lisa O Carroll, the Guardian journalist was in Sierra Leone a few weeks ago with Ebola survivor Will Pooley. She has been working with us in our efforts to get as much aid as possible on the ground where it is needed. If you want to read more, google her, she wrote a front page story today. 200 more shoe boxes fly out this Friday taking our total goods sent to 1 1/2 tonnes. Read More

  • Year 10 French trip

    Year 10 French trip

    11th November 2014

    Year 10 French students set off for Manchester Cornerhouse Cinema to take part in a Workshop led by Isabelle Vanderschelden from Manchester Metropolitan University. After watching the film “La Cour de Babel”, the students addressed the themes of language learning and education in culturally diverse classrooms in France. An excellent learning experience and enjoyable film. Read More