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  • Activity sessions for 14 to 25-year-olds to help prepare for adulthood and independent living

    Published 17/04/23

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  • Camden SEND Parents Day

    Published 09/03/23
    Camden’s Parents and Carers are all invited to join our joint and Parent Forum and SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) SEND Parents Day on Friday 24th March, 10am-2pm at The Greenwood Centre, Kentish
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  • The Voices of the River Project by the Maria Fidelis Art Department - The Globe

    Published 02/11/22

    Sponsored by Phoenix Court working with Global Generation.

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  • The Voices of the River Project by the Maria Fidelis Art Department

    Published 02/11/22

    Sponsored by Phoenix Court working with Global Generation.

    The Year 10 project is ongoing and can be seen on the hoardings of Phoenix Court and Phoenix Road.

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  • Maria Fidelis Peace Ambassadors

    Published 29/03/22

    Students from Years 8 and 10 started their training to become Peace Ambassadors.

    The school is working with the Tim Parry and Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation on their leadership development programme to help students develop the skills needed to support other young people.

    The students will explore issues, such as identity & belonging, prejudice and discrimination, conflict resolution and social action.  They will get to experience situations in which their assumptions are exposed and constructively challenged.

    The Foundation was set up by the parents of Tim Parry who was 12 years old when he was killed by an IRA bomb that exploded in Warrington in 1993.  Johnathan Ball was also killed; he was 3.  Amongst other things, the Foundation provides education and trailing for young people to promote peace in their communities.

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  • Pratik Dattani - Business Inspiration

    Published 28/03/22

    Sixth Form students were treated to an inspirational talk by Pratik Dattani, CEO of economic consulting firm EPG, specialising in economic analysis, strategic communications and market entry assistance with India, with offices in London, Bangalore and East Africa.

    He has been UK Director for the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), the premier and largest industry body in India. He is also the co-founder of a tech start-up in the CSR space. Previously he worked in Economic Consulting at FTI Consulting and Deloitte in London and Abu Dhabi, with a focus on public policy and international arbitration. 

    He gave students and insight into his interesting history and wealth of business experience, and answered many questions form students about the world of business and gave tips about what they should do if they want to work successful for themselves.

    We are grateful to Speakers for Schools for arranging the talk.

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  • The Passage March Big Give Campaign

    Published 23/03/22

    The Passage, a Catholic charity working with homeless people is raising funds through the Big Give a matched giving scheme.  Every £1 donated online before 12.00 noon on Thursday 31 March makes £2 and £2.25 if you are a taxpayer through Gift Aid.  Please visit: to support the campaign. The campaign ‘It takes more than a house to make a home’ focuses on the services we provide to people who have been homeless in their journey to being happily settled in a new home.  The Passage would be very grateful for your support.  For questions about the campaign or assistance making a donation please ring 020 7592 1856.’

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  • School of Computing & Toyota Connected Europe Coding challenge

    Published 04/03/22

    12 Computer Science students from year 7, 9 and 10 took part in a School of Coding and Toyota Connected Europe coding challenge at the office of Toyota Connected in St Pancras. The Toyota Connected CEO, the Chief Engineer and Head Designer took time from their day to give a brief talk to students about their progression into their roles and the opportunities open to students interested in pursuing a career in computing and Technology.  

    Students worked with three ‘School of Coding’ trainers, impressing them with their team work, problem solving and creative thinking skills.  They were commended for  their dedication and creativity and one of the trainers said that our students ‘out smarted the trainer’!  

    Toyota Connected Europe were so impressed with Maria Fidelis students' passion, commitment and excellent conduct, they have offered to design another event just for us with a focus on ‘design, problem solving and organisational thinking’. The Computer Science department is very excited about this developing partnership and we aim to follow up the invitation in the summer term. 

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  • School Lockdown Diary

    Published 07/01/22

    During the two periods of lockdown, staff and students put together a collection of thoughts and memories to show how our lives were affected by the coronavirus.  It has now been put together in a  book and will be kept in the school archive so that future students can read about the experience.  Kieron and Sean (pictured above) created the front cover

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  • Ernie awarded for over 50 years service

    Published 08/12/21

    Ernie Rhoden was awarded the British Empire Medal for services to Education

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  • The Senior Citizens' Christmas party has been cancelled!

    Published 22/11/21

    We're sad not to be hosting the Senior Citizens' Christmas Party again this year.

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  • Founder's Day

    Published 18/11/21

    We began Founder’s Day this year by watching a film recorded by the FCJ sisters that was shown to all students. They then took part in a variety of activities, reflecting on COP26 and the issues it raised for our society and our planet.   Lessons finished early and everyone was given a specially cooked Founder’s Day Cookie.  We finished our day with the annual sponsored walk around Regent’s Park.  It was wonderful autumnal day and the park looked stunning.  Hopefully, we shall be able to raise much needed funds for The Passage (a London-based homeless charity) and for our school.

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