PRIZEGIVING, Wednesday 25th March 2015 at 7.30pm in the Sports Hall.
Well done to those pupils and ex-pupils who have won prizes or receiving examination certificates for the academic year, 2013-2014. We welcome as our guest for Prizegiving an ex-pupil, Mr. Nicholas Corbett, who is an urban planner and author.
END OF TERM ARRANGEMENTS.
All pupils break up for the Easter Holidays at 3.20pm on Wednesday 25th March 2015.
We are now in the fifth full week of Lent. The Christian’s three duties in Lent are Prayer, Fasting and Almsgiving.
On Tuesday all year groups will have an end of term assembly reflection on the events of Holy Week. This is in preparation for the greatest Christian festival of all on Easter Sunday. (April 5th 2015)
All House Groups are still pursuing Almsgiving projects and each group is raising significant amounts of money from each activity. One of our main projects is to raise funds for in the Catholic Fund for Overseas Development – CAFOD. It so great this year that the UK government will match every £1 we raise for CAFOD with another £1.
Mr J.B. Farrell – Principal of Bishop Walsh Catholic School
part of the St. John Paul II Multi-Academy
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