In today's ROAR session, both Year 7 and Year 8 ROAR groups came together to discuss studying abroad and the Erasmus programme.
St Edmund Arrowsmith Catholic High School took delivery of some new technology this week when Headteacher Mark Dumican was presented with some state-of-the-art devices kindly donated to school by Tim wood of Woodwards Solicitors, Haydock.
At St Edmund Arrowsmith Catholic High School, five years goes by in the blink of an eye.
At today's interesting ROAR session, Nicola Newton from Carmel College came to school and gave us all an enjoyable lesson on critical thinking.
Many students in Year 8 were surprised when, one morning during form, tutors handed out a 50-question quiz.
We are Little Tree Books, a Young Enterprise company, who are a diverse team of nineteen pupils with strengths in I.T., marketing and sales, to name but a few.
On 7th February 2016, fourteen pupils competed in a gymnastic competition at Leigh Sports Village, representing Eddies.
This February, the first-ever Challenge Ambassadors meeting took place in HMT5. A number of students from years 7, 8 and 9 were selected for this exciting opportunity and many have already completed multiple challenges and encouraged friends to complete them too!
On Thursday 28th April, four students visited the Portico Library in Manchester to receive awards: Adam Smith, Jordan Cleary (Year 10 students), Ella Vernon and Jasmine Pierce (Year 8 students), all walked away with £30 book tokens and the drive to push on and continue writing reviews and fiction.
The chance of getting a place as Better Reading mentor was slim, and also very difficult for Mrs McLoughlin and Mrs Taylor to decide, following a rigorous application and interview process.
On Friday 22nd April 2016, we were lucky enough to welcome the CELLS team into our school.
On Tuesday 19th April, the enthusiastic and ambitious ROAR (Russell Group or Alternative Ready) Year 8 cohort gathered once again. We were all very eager to begin!