A group of Year 13 students have recently returned from spending a week in Tangier on the Cheshire Home trip. The Cheshire Home is a residence for people with disabilities. The trip, organised in conjunction with Westside and the Gibraltar College, celebrates its 30th year anniversary this year! The students spent a week interacting with […]
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School Calendar 2016-2017 Autumn Term Wednesday 31st August – Inset Day Thursday 1st September – Term begins (for pupils) Thursday 22nd December – End of Term Holidays Monday 5th September – National Day holiday Monday 31st October – Friday 4th November – Mid-term Thursday 8th December – Immaculate Conception Inset day – Friday 28th October […]
Thomas Meenagh, Year 9, will be cycling the length of Portugal (approximately 550 kms) in aid of Cancer Relief. He is expecting to take about two weeks to complete this admirable feat! Thomas managed to collect £320 at school during the recent “dress-down” day. Michael Tavares, Deputy Headteacher, presented the cheque to the charity.
By Jerome Celecia, Year 10 In 2006 when I was six I joined gymnastics. But it wasn’t exactly what I wanted so it was suggested I took on some style of dance. The reason for this was because some of my friends, including Jonathan Lutwyche, felt it would be very similar to gymnastics. I would […]
Ten top Year 8 boys visit the Government’s Data Centre As a reward for achieving 100% in their end-of-year ICT exam, 10 students were invited to a tour of the Government’s Data Centre. The tour was given by an employee of the Government IT Department, who very kindly took an hour out of his busy […]
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