We are absolutely thrilled for our Upper Sixth students, Phoebe and Aimée, who have been offered highly competitive Degree Apprenticeships by one of the largest professional services firms in the world, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
News and Views
On Wednesday 17 May, the CAFOD Young Leaders travelled to Our Lady’s Help of Christian’s Catholic Church to attend day three and the final training in their roles.
On Monday evening the Upper Sixth gave a short Farewell Concert in a sun-soaked St Cecilia’s.
Last week we welcomed Old Girl, Vicky Cunningham (2018), back to school for an "Insight into..." session.
Mrs Emma Judge, Director of Admissions and Marketing, reflects on the common drive for perfection amongst women and the contrary idea that excellence is a way of being and thinking.
Mr Craig McCready, Head of Sixth Form, highlights the importance of being true to oneself and following one's instinct.
Mr Alan Rees, Teacher of Physics and STEM enthusiast, perfectly reflects on the learning processes of education and offers an intriguing scientific analogy.
Mr Simon Haddock, along with Psychology students Jasmine, Hannah, Khushi, Izzi, Daisy and Anais, considered why Blue Monday is thought of as the ‘most depressing’ day in the calendar.