On Saturday 22nd November, the IMPACT group, plus other groups from around the north of England gathered at St Edmund Arrowsmith Catholic High School for National IMPACT Day. It was a day filled with lots of fun activities.
The History department had a well-known visitor into school on this dull, December morning – Rt. Hon. Andy Burnham, Shadow Secretary of State for Health.
Year 7 Science just got better - when pupils made models and presentations about their chosen specialised cell.
On the first Sunday of Advent, Christians are instructed three times in Mark’s Gospel to “stay awake” and “be alert” for only God knows when the Son of Man will return (Mark 13:24-37). So what does this mean for us today?
Year 10 Performing Arts Drama group were in for a treat when they visited St John Rigby College to watch a superb production of the musical RENT, performed by the students of SJR.
Wednesday, 19th November saw Leigh Sports Village play host to the annual Wigan and Leigh Schools Cross Country event.
On Thursday 13th November, last year’s Year 11s were invited to our annual Presentation Evening where they were presented with their GCSE certificates.
St Edmund Arrowsmith Catholic High School would like to welcome you to join us in our annual Advent Service.
On Tuesday 11th November we hosted our annual Interview Day in school.
On Friday 17th October, we held ‘The Big Do’ in aid of The Christie charity in Manchester.
This year our exciting production, Showstoppers comes to St Edmund Arrowsmith Catholic High School.
Well it's over! NCS has honestly been one of the best experiences I have ever done; from challenging ourselves to challenging each other.