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In 2018 74% of GCSE pupils achieved 4+ in Maths, 72% achieved 4+ in English, a 5-year upward trend with results well above UK average
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@cardinalpolerc Milan Francis in 10CTW has produced some truly exceptional work clocking in almost 2000 words on Elizabeth I's early reign. Elizabeth herself would have been proud of this effort! Keep up the great work :) great to hear you' re loving the topic! ~ Mr Parker https://t.co/woD4OkmSwE
@cardinalpolerc Come Holy Spirit, Help me be an instrument of your will. Grant me boldness and courage to bring your holy light into the darkest of places. Let these acts of kindness I carry out, point to you God, to your glory, and let them help the world to wake up and embrace your love. Amen https://t.co/OgudClGxTn
@cardinalpolerc Here are some of the top Young Adult books of this year. Have you read anything by these authors? If you are a Hackney library member you can read e-books here: https://t.co/6pdqfwRth6 Ms Knight https://t.co/6GaULp4ITc
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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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