Throughout the year the 627 and honour roll students have been raising money for the ‘Good Shepherd Fund’ (The archdiocese charity). Some of the fund raising events were The John Fisher Bake off and Crazy tie day. We attended the Cathedral of ‘Christ the King’ to celebrate mass and present the cheque of £371.73 to [...]
As from tomorrow evening, 21st June 2017, the Y55 school bus service will be picking students up from Springfield Road at the top of Baytree Road.
Congratulations to our Year 8 Boys Rugby team who won the match against St Peters 38-4 in the Wigan Schools Final. Tryscorer: Callum x4, Jamie x2, Jack Conversions: Brook x4, Toby Lee x1 Man Of The Match: Jamie
Our Year 9 pupils participated in an information and action packed day all centred around health. Pupils had the opportunity to do taster sessions in yoga, climbing, archery and boxercise, alongside workshops on cancer and STI's. The pupils took part with enthusiasm and really got involved in the activities.
Congratulations and commiserations to the Year 7 Rounders team who came joint top in the west Wigan tournament on Tuesday 13th June. They unfortunately missed out on going through to the final on number of outs to Standish. Well done to all those who took part for playing great game.
One of our Year 7 students Bethany has recently been awarded the HM Lord-Lieutenant’s/Lieutenant Governor’s Certificate for Meritorious Volunteer Service for Sea Cadets. Her Head of Year and Form Tutor were privileged to attend the award ceremony. Bethany joined Wigan Sea Cadets as a Junior Cadet following in her brothers’ footsteps. Throughout her time with [...]
Year 9 and 10 pupils recently visited The Empire Theatre, Liverpool to experience a performance of ‘Billy Elliot’. The Musical is based on the 2000 film with music by Elton John. The plot revolves around Billy, who trades boxing gloves for ballet shoes. The story of his personal struggle and fulfillment are balanced against a [...]
Manchester Actors recently took residency in The O’Brien Hall, to perform Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’. Year Eight pupils were transported to a suburb of Verona to experience the conflict between The Montagues and Capulets and the plight of star crossed lovers.