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    May 2018

    Summer is well and truly on its way and the sunshine has been enticing us all out to enjoy the brightness.

    But summer also means external exams, not just for Y11 and 13, but some Y12 and 10 students too. 

    It’s been a busy term so far, not just with exam preparation, coursework and revision in those few final weeks, but trips, sports and competitions also continue. Lent Week raised over £5000 for homeless charities, the school council have produced their first newspaper and the well-being group have been selling green ribbons to raise awareness of mental health issues.  Seeing Bishop Ramsey students so actively engaged in their community and finding ways to promote the values we share, really demonstrates their commitment to each other and to making the world a better place.

     

    ‘I came so that everyone would have life, and have it in its fullest’ John 10:10

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    • May 2018

      Published 16/05/18

      Summer is well and truly on its way and the sunshine has been enticing us all out to enjoy the brightness.

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    • Thursday 30th November 2017

      Published 30/11/17

      Well, the temperature has fallen and winter is on its way. As we look back on the last few weeks, there is so much to be thankful for and proud of.

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    • Friday 20th October 2017

      Published 30/10/17

      Well, the leaves are turning and falling and the weather is unpredictable. With it comes the harvest celebration; well done to the generous students and their families, who brought in stacks of non-perishable items for Hillingdon Foodbank.

      It’s been an exciting and challenging month. Two students, Ella O’Loughlin (10M) and Rachel Oduntan (10S) have entered essays into the World Class Schools essay writing competition, an outstanding academic achievement, underpinned by some hard work and rigorous research. Their work on whether democracy is a successful system demonstrates that our young people truly are engaged and interested in the world around them, in addition to having a few things they could teach our politicians!

      Open Evening was a blaze of energy and a celebration of learning and community, as staff and students alike put on their best displays to welcome the families of Y6 students. There were experiments in science, a ‘grime scene’ in food tech, economic calculations and advertising from the 1970s in social studies and non-stop activity in PE and drama. What a fantastic effort all round!

       

      ‘Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness…Conspiring Working together; literally, to conspire is “to breathe together” (OED) load and bless with fruit the vines that round the thatch-evesthatch-eves Thatch-eaves, the edge of thatched roofs run;’ To Autumn, John Keats

       

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    • Thursday 28th September 2017

      Published 28/09/17

      Well, the autumn term is now in full swing and we can welcome the extra curricular opportunities that brings, with book clubs, computing, football, martial arts, rugby, drama, CU and music to name just a few!

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    • Welcome Back! Friday 15th September 2017

      Published 18/09/17

      Staff and students both new and old have started the new term with energy, enthusiasm and determination, ready to tackle the year ahead.

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