Collection of resources Collection Dates for Parents Years 7 to Year 10 - Beginning Monday 8th June 2020
Coronavirus Advice and Useful links Below are some links to areas which may be useful to you or your child.
Coronavirus Guidance and Advice links for Parents How to cope if you are feeling anxious about the outbreak: Anna Freud - Supporting Parents & Carers: Anna Freud - Supporting Young People: Supporting Children During Social Distancing: National Autistic Society Ad...
Exam Headlines 2019 GCSE & A LEVEL RESULTS 2019
Key Dates for Next Academic Year
Please see below the key dates for the new academic year 2020/21 which are all subject to Covid 19 guidelines:-
Thursday 17th September 2020
Year 9 Return to School, Y7, Y10, Y11, Y12 & Y13 Normal Day
Friday 18th September 2020
Year 8 Return to School, Y7, Y10, Y11, Y12 & Y13 Normal Day
Monday 21st September 2020
Whole School Returns
Thursday 1st October 2020
Open Evening for Secondary Transfer
Thursday 8th October 2020
School Photographer on site
@cardinalpolerc Headteacher, Ms Heffernan said, "It was wonderful to see so many of our students with their parents in school today, collecting their results and celebrating together with staff as a school community." https://t.co/My7uTLOe36
@cardinalpolerc The following are some of our exceptional results at GCSE including: Dorcas Sabwe who secured 10 Grade 9's, Casano Kirlew and Peter James Ornega Venegas who both secured 9 Grade's 9's and Abigail Wiredu, Kevin Lau and Jelani Monrose who all secured 8 Grade 9's. https://t.co/CCajvz8VcU
@cardinalpolerc Students and staff have worked well together to overcome the challenges of exams this year, securing 28% grades 7-9 ,62 % grades 5+, 84% grades 4+ in Mathematics. English results were just as impressive with 23 % grades 7-9, 69% grade 5 and above and 88% grades 4+. https://t.co/h3UrsrtqWm
@cardinalpolerc It has been a time of great anxiety and uncertainty for the school community, and so it was with a mixture of relief and delight that we are able to report continued outstanding GCSE success at the school and to have celebrate the progress that students have made. https://t.co/wjdR2Ogbgv
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Thomas More died on 6 July 1535 as a martyr, an opponent of the Protestant Reformation.The steadfastness and courage with which More held on to his religious convictions in the face of ruin and death is an example to all.
Saint Francis was an Italian Catholic Friar who gave up a life of wealth to establish a religious order serving the poor – the Franciscans. Saint Francis dedicated his life to carrying out the work, of Christ, caring for the poor and seeking peace.
Cardinal Reginald Pole was a key figure in the court of King Henry VIII whose family was persecuted as a result of his refusal to accept the King’s marriage to Anne Boleyn. His example of wisdom and humility teaches us to hold true to our values even in adversity.
Saint Josephine was a Sudanese-born former slave, who became a Roman Catholic Nun in Italy.Her story of deliverance from physical slavery inspires all those praying for deliverance from spiritual slavery.
Blessed Mother Teresa established the missionaries of Charity in Calcutta. Her mission: to give “wholehearted and free service to the poorest of the poor”.
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