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  • Sierra Leone immersion retreat

    Sierra Leone immersion retreat

    4th March 2017

    A group of twelve Year 13 students and four teachers recently returned from a life-changing immersion retreat to Sierra Leone. The College has traditionally had strong links with the West African College following the death of former Headmaster Brother Kerrigan in the 1970s, and the group visited his grave at Kissy Road Cemetery in Freetown. However, this was the first visit to Sierra Leone since 2014, with visits for the previous three years cancelled due to the terrible Ebola outbreak. Read More

  • La Casa de Bernarda Alba

    La Casa de Bernarda Alba

    22nd February 2017

    The Year 12 Spanish students are studying Frederico Garcia Lorca's play, La Casa de Bernarda Alba for their A Level exam next year. We were very lucky that the work was being performed in the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester. This is an unusual theatre due to its circular shape and gives a very unique feel to any play. Read More

  • Thinking of having a spring clean?

    Thinking of having a spring clean?

    15th February 2017

    I would be delighted if you have any unwanted books or gifts which you would be willing to donate to our fundraising gift shop, in aid of the Charles Thompson Mission. There will be a book and gift sale next term and any items would be greatly appreciated. Any donations can be dropped off in Room 101. Read More

  • Senior rugby teams both have excellent seasons

    Senior rugby teams both have excellent seasons

    9th February 2017

    Senior rugby finished on a high with two good wins over Bolton Grammar last Saturday. The 1st XV won 45-14 whilst the 2nd XV had another 50 point win and there was even an Ed Johnson try to put the icing on the cake!! The 1st XV have been expertly led this season by Sam Orr and their record of won 10 drew 1 and lost 6 was an excellent return and fairly reflected the season. Read More

  • King Henry Relays

    King Henry Relays

    3rd February 2017

    On Wednesday 1st February, St Anselm's took part in the annual King Henry VIII Relay race for Cross-Country. We were looking to build on last year's position of 7th place and we took a very strong set of runners for both the A and B teams. Joe Wigfield (Year 12) continued his excellent form as he achieved the 3rd fastest lap of the whole competition, completing the 2.3 mile course in 11.37, a fantastic achievement. There were impressive performances by the other 5 members of the A squad, Arran Kearney (Year 11), Louis Johnston (Year 9), Jacob Brophy (Year 11), Ieuan Kearney (Year 11) and Tom Spence (Year 11). Read More