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  • 28/05/21

    Laudato Si' Week

    We celebrated Laudato Si' week from the 16th-24th May.   Pope Francis’ encyclical 'The Way we Care for our Common Home' was being promoted and celebrated around the world.  As a school community we are called to promote b...
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  • 03/03/21

    Pope Francis’ prayer intention for March

    Pope Francis encourages Catholics to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation he reminds us that it’s a loving and merciful encounter between us and God.  It’s a message full of hope, in which he invites us to rediscover the power of personal renewal that the Sacrament of Confession...
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  • 23/02/21

    A reply to FCJ Secondary School Bunclody

    Earlier this year, FCJ Secondary School Bunclody in Ireland sent us a beautiful film that they produced for Catholic Schools Week.   It was sent to us  to offer a 'mindful moment' at this challenging time.  This is our reply to them and to all our FCJ...
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  • 17/02/21

    Journey with Pope Francis this Lent

    In his message for Lent this year, Pope Francis reminds us this is a time for renewing faith, hope and love, and explains what it means 'to experience Lent with love' in our difficult times. Speaking of the Lenten obligations, the Pope writes that 'Fasting involves being freed from al...
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  • 09/02/21

    Safer Internet Day

    2021 is the 18th Safer Internet Day with actions taking place right across the globe.  The aim of the the day is to call every member of society to join together to make the internet a safer and better place for all, and especially for children and young people. Safer Internet Day 2021...
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  • 01/02/21

    Children's Mental Health Week

    Watch HRH The Duchess of Cambridge's video message to mark the start of the week. Here are some key resources that both children and parents can access if they are struggling and need some support: Every Mind Matters: There is advice and signposting on this page to h...
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  • 01/02/21

    Racial Justice Sunday 31st January

    RACIAL JUSTICE SUNDAY.   This year’s Racial Justice Sunday is more important than ever. The effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, the killing of George Floyd, and the powerful message on fraternity and equality by Pope Francis in Fratelli Tutti speak of the need to actively oppos...
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  • 20/11/20

    French Vocab Express success…AGAIN! ​​​​​​​

    We are absolutely delighted to announce that Maria Fidelis gained a top 10 place (AGAIN) in the Global Challenge for French in November 2020. Our top three French scorers were Iman (Y10), Sumayyah (Y12) and Joanna (Y12). Congratulations are also in order for Y10 students Simon, Redeate, Mehreen, Fat...
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  • 13/11/20

    Founder's Day

    Maria Fidelis students did the school proud today with their tremendous generosity.  In order to celebrate Founder's Day, every student brought in something for the Euston Foodbank, with many children bringing whole bags full. This will make a huge difference for local people...
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  • 03/11/20

    Maria Fidelis Supports Euston Foodbank

    Following our collections for Family Fast Day, a group of Sixth Form students took the donations to the Euston Foodbank. They are always looking for non-perishable items.  At the moment, they are particularly in need of:  UHT MILK - ALL TYPES LONG LIFE JUICE TINS OF FISH...
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  • 19/10/20

    Year 7s celebrate Black History

    Year 7 students have been researching black people who have changed the course of history.   They produced a variety of creations from leaflets and posters to 3D designs.   This was an  excellent contribution from our year 7s this week to celebrate Black History Se...
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  • 10/10/20

    Carlo Acutis Beatified

    This Saturday, Carlo Acutis was beatified.  Many of you may have seen the news reports around this remarkable teenager, but you may not have realised that Carlo was actually born within our diocese and baptised in Fulham.  He sadly died at the age of 15 from leukaemia.  His life...
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