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Dream Team: Congratulations Prefects on your Appointment to the Senior roles in school

It was a very difficult process to appoint both Head Boy and Head Girl as all candidates were outstanding in every part of the interview process. I am delighted and proud that Brandon has been appointed as Head Boy and that India has been appointed Head Girl. The Deputies and Assistants are a quality team for the Head Boy and Girl to work with and the Deputy Team consists of Amelia and Edlin;  Assistants: Alice and James. They have already, along with the Prefect Body, set the highest standards around school. Their speeches delivered at the July Presentation Awards Evening in front of a hall of 300 were excellent. They are a credit to St Mary's.

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Salford Uni Visit
Salford University Visit

19 students visited Salford university to see the facilities and learn more about nursing, more swifter and social work courses.  It was a very informative visit learning about applications and interviews.  Staff and students really enjoyed the day.  Thanks to Mr Hough for his help and guidance organising and running the day.

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Emily Young Musician

Wigan Young Musician of the Year Intermediate class 2018

One Saturday in May, I went to Wigan and I auditioned for the Wigan Young Musician of the Year 2018. Over 500 people auditioned for entry, intermediate and advanced levels. I auditioned in front of a crowd of contestants and two adjudicators. I performed ‘Honeybun’ from South Pacific and ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ from Les Miserables.

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Cadbury World

After a week of researching and project work, Year 9 finally got to visit a family favourite, Cadbury world in Bourneville. The students started with a fun filled 4d cinema experience to begin their journey through the history of Cadburys. We then travelled back in time to the Georgian period, when John Cadbury started out as a tea and mustard purveyor. Students then got to ‘live out’ the life of a cocoa bean, through a simulated manufacturing process.

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Rufugee Awareness Week Workshop

Susannah Year 8: On Monday 18th June, the Geography department had the pleasure of hosting a two hour workshop in honour of the 20th Annual Refugee Week, where we celebrate the contributions, creativity and resilience of all refugees. Both year 7 and year 8 HAP students were invited to participate in this workshop, learning about the journeys and struggles that refugees face in order to leave their war torn countries in search of a safe life. On entering the classroom, students were greeted by Liz Hibberd. Liz has worked with refugees from all over the world, from the Calais Jungle to Wigan/Manchester, helping refugees to settle, develop skills and education,  and to reclaim their human rights.

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Year 13 Leaver’s Ball

The formal end of Year 13 for this year’s students took place at the Midland Hotel in Manchester on Friday 29th June. The coach journey from school to Manchester was very warm and the chilled fruit punch on arrival was very well received! Mr Robinson welcomed the students before Brother John led grace before the three course meal. After this, the Head Boy and Girl team spoke to their year group and gave both thanks and gifts to key staff.

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Data Protection Officer

The Data Protection Officer is responsible for overseeing data protection within the School so if you do have any questions in this regard, please do contact them on the information below:- 

Data Protection Officer: Craig Stilwell
Company: Judicium Consulting Ltd
Address: 72 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 6AE
E-Mail: dataservices@judicium.com
Telephone: 0203 326 9174