I was selected to be part of the Great Britain swimming squad in the International Catholic Student games (FISEC) in Beauvais, France.
At our annual awards ceremony in July, we wrote on the website about the whole, wonderful occasion and the recipients of the many awards.
In many peoples' opinion, Year 11 is synonymous with stress, copious amount of work, and time-consuming revision, due to the many important exams and the preparation in the lead-up to them.
The day finally dawned, grey and miserable, for the long-awaited GCSE results. Would our pupils' faces also be grey and miserable to match this typical British weather?
Once again, the changeable British weather struck.
Along with the planned sports day earlier in the week, the annual awards ceremony was once again a victim of the inclement British weather, but packed tightly in the sports hall, it was, nonetheless, a true celebration of all the things that are marvellous about the pupils at St Edmund Arrowsmith Catholic High School.
On Monday 11th July, both Year 7 and Year 8 ROAR groups gathered for our final session of the year.
Year 7 and 8 students took part in an essay writing competition organised by the Rotary Club of Ashton and achieved considerable success.
The day had finally dawned; the day of the long-awaited and meticulously-prepared for, north west final of the Big Book Quiz at Wigan Youth Zone.
On Tuesday 28th June, the enthusiastic and ambitious Year 8 students gathered together in order to participate in an invigorating and rather moving PDC event which had a clear focus of raising the personal aspirations of us as unique individuals.
On Friday 1st July, the Learning Zone held the annual tea party for some of the Year 6 pupils who will be joining us in September.
Several months ago, Year 10 pupils interested in medicine put their names forward for the 'Medical Mavericks' - a workshop for students who would like to pursue a career in medicine.