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  • Afghan Refugee Collection

    Published 10/11/21

    Our school community did a fantastic job at the end of last term when they collected a huge amount of clothes, books, toys, sanitary items and food to donate to the food back and the refugee families in our local area. 

    Students have dedicated time after school to place items in bags and organise them and then deliver them to the families living around our school. A lot of these families recently arrived from Afghanistan with nothing, so the items delivered have been happily received. Items such as coats, shoes, warm jumpers are so important in these cold winter months. 

    We are very proud of our school community and the wonderful generosity they have shown. This has always been a strength of Maria Fidelis students and families. The difference they have made to these families is huge and profound. 

    A huge THANK YOU to all involved. 

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  • The Day of the Dead ​​​​​​​- festival

    Published 09/11/21

    Dia de Muertos

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  • Silver medalists did us proud!

    Published 22/10/21

    Ten Year 7 boys put us back on the score sheet

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  • Cultural Clothes Day

    Published 20/10/21

    Staff and students at Maria Fidelis celebrated all cultures today by coming to school in traditional dress.  We have students and staff whose heritage comes from all over the world, and it was a bright a colourful autumn day around the school.  As part of the celebration, everyone who came to school in traditional dress brought in a donation for the Euston Foodbank and their generosity was truly amazing.

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  • Year 13 Criminology Courts Visit

    Published 18/10/21

    Year 13 Criminology students visited the Royal Courts of Justice and the Central Criminal Court, more commonly known as 'The Old Bailey', as part of their studies.  They found out about the history of the courts, the role of the courts in the Criminal Justice System and the prosecution process.  They also got the opportunity to watch trials take place in the Old Bailey.  This was a memorable and informative day for all.

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  • House Events are Under Way

    Published 21/09/21

    Following the successful, VI Form Treasure Hunt, the Girls' Football Competition took place today along with the Staff & Student Quiz Night.  Well done to  Guillemet for winning the quiz and D'Houet (pictured) for winning the KS3 football competition.  The boys' competition will take place during the week beginning 4th October, along with the Basketball Competition.

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  • Illias Takes Gold!

    Published 21/09/21

    Congratulations to our very own star, Illias, for his achievements in the London Youth Games this year. His participation helped Team Camden win an amazing number of medals. Illias won four medals and struck gold in the 100m and 200m. He obtained silver in the mixed 4 x 100m relay and came in third in the overall medals

    Illias said, "I love wheelchair racing because of the thrill and I love going at high speeds.  I am inspired by David Weir and train at his club."

    The Camden team won a bronze medal in the overall medal table.  Illias still has the Silverstone 5km race and the London mini marathon coming up.

    Well done on your impressive achievement!

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  • Year 7 Retreat to Aylesford

    Published 10/09/21

    All year 7 students went on retreat to Aylesford today as part of their induction programme at Maria Fidelis.  They had a wonderful time, meeting Fr Jed, who told them the story of the friary and answered questions about the history of Aylesford.  We then went to mass outdoors and students learnt about the parable of the paralysed man and talked about FCJ values before taking part in a team building exercise.  They had to protect an egg, which was to be launched into the air, so they needed to discuss strategies, use their intelligence to think about what resources to use and work together to create the perfect protection for their egg.  The students worked excellently together and almost all the eggs survived. 

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  • Fantastic GCSE results

    Published 12/08/21

    Mansil Yoon is delighted with his achievements

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  • A-Level celebrations at Maria Fidelis

    Published 11/08/21

    Fantastic results have been achieved again this year.

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  • Summer activities in Camden

    Published 16/07/21

    The Council and local partners have organised a range of activities for children (ages 0 - 19).

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  • CSI Camden

    Published 15/07/21

    Yr 12 Criminology students spent the day putting their skills and knowledge to good use in order investigate a serious crime.  They were presented with a crime scene that they had to analyse for evidence, and then they put their interviewing techniques to the test by trying to find out which, if any, of the key suspects was telling the truth.

    The students worked in teams and had to compete against each other to see of they could uncover the truth about the crime.  The day was a great success and would not have been possible without the co-operation of PC Luty, who advised on points of law and police technique, the three suspects - Miss Masud, Miss Everson and Mr Maynard, and the key eye-witness, My Harding.

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