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by Rachel Milestone, Director of Music, Leweston School At this present time, the promotion of good mental health in schools is a hot topic. Numerous PSHE lessons, staff meetings, insets and CPD courses focus on the growing mental health issues in pupils, and the need for mental health education to build resilience when coping with […]
by Charlotte Avery, Headmistress, St. Mary’s School, Cambridge Leadership is all about relationship and good leadership is all about being in right relationship.
by Dr James Whitehead, Headmaster, Downside School One of the very first acts of Pope Francis’ papacy was to explain his vision of leadership. In his Installation
by Raymond Friel After the last serious outbreak of urban rioting in this country, back in 2011, the then prime minister David
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During the Lenten term, St Columba’s College collected a total of 1.4 tonnes of food, from St Columba’s families and staff, to support local food banks. Two years ago, the school began to collect food during the Lenten period to donate to local food-banks. That year, students and staff donated seven hundred kilograms of food, […]
Amidst the rich and varied programme of music-making at Farnborough Hill, the Senior Choir has gained an enviable reputation for singing Choral Evensong at some of this country’s leading cathedrals. In November 2017, this non-auditioned choir of girls from Year 10 to 13, was invited to sing at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle and, although […]
Please find enclosed the latest CISC newsletter. You will also a letter from Karl McCloskey, The Marist, and an invite from John Patterson, St Vincent’s, in the links below: Curriculum Conference 2019 Letter from Karl McCloskey Best wishes, Mo
Charity is key to our mission at St Edmund’s College and Prep and this year we were delighted to present a cheque to Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice for an outstanding £16,682.25. Raised by student and staff efforts during Charity Week through activities, cake sales and so much more this money will be used to fund […]
As a Catholic School, Leweston has a long standing tradition of supporting Humanitarian Charities. In light of this, Leweston’s Year 13 students recently organised and participated in a 24 hour alternative triathlon – Zumba, cycling and volleyball – and raised funds for The Albert Kennedy Trust, an organisation which supports vulnerable young people. The pupils […]