The school are delighted that the class of 2020 have not only achieved fantastic GCSE results but have handled themselves immaculately in the months since lockdown started at the end of a March.
It is with great sadness that we share with you the news that our Head of Mathematics, Mrs Joanne Evans died on Sunday 7th June 2020.
This Sunday, Pentecost, was the Church’s birthday! Another year older and still as strong as ever!
It is with great sadness that the death is announced of the Right Reverend Vincent Malone, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Liverpool and Titular Bishop of Abora.
First of all we hope that you had a restful, well deserved Easter break (however strange it may have been). Life in lockdown is certainly something we never would have imagined this time last year – none of us were prepared for how we might respond to this crisis.
What a strange and uncertain world we are living in at the moment. The confusion that the news stories are causing can really impact on our day to day lives even though many of us are trying to carry on as normal.
It is crazy to think that we are already well into the first week of Lent 2020 – it seems like only yesterday we were busy with our Advent preparations!
On the 8th February, I travelled in anticipation and excitement to St George's Park near Staffordshire to begin the initial football training weekend.
On evening of Wednesday 5th February, myself, Patrick D (11A) and Aoife M (11H) went to St John Rigby College to play and sing in the Together in Music concert held in their theatre.
Six of our pupils represented St Edmund Arrowsmith at the North West Schools’ Gymnastics Competition in Blackburn on 2nd of February.