As a School of Sanctuary we are raising awareness of some of the issues involved with the refugee crises and celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of people seeking sanctuary.
Students will watch a very moving video assembly (below) led by Julian McKay in form time...
A mustard seed is tiny. Hidden within it is the potential for it to flourish into a tree with branches that stretch out and provide shade and shelter.
Jesus’ words and actions sowed seeds of a new way to live. These ideas have stretched out across the world.
How can you find...
The Virtual School for Looked After and Previously Looked After Children and Adoption UK are running a FREE webinar on ‘Supporting your child in education’ presented by Nicola Marshall on Wednesday 23rd June from 10:00.
Bread is one of the most basic foods that feeds people the world over every day.
The word 'companion' in Latin means 'someone I break bread with'.
How do our values and beliefs nourish our relationships? How can we ensure that we have what we need to survive, withou...
As Jesus prepares to leave his disciples, he prays that they will spread his word. 2,000 years later Christians continue to live by Jesus’ example and his teachings have spread throughout the world. How do you pass them on through your life?
On Sunday our Y10 and Y12 Music students performed for the first time in over a year since the lock downs.
We were invited to play at a fundraising event for St Martin's Trust in the stunning setting of the gardens of the Bishop's Gardens at Norwich Cathedral.
Jesus’ description of a true friend is easy to understand, but difficult to achieve.
How have you experienced true friendship this week?
How does it make you feel?
Who needs your true friendship this week?
India is facing a devastating second wave of coronavirus. The country has confirmed more than 16 million cases and more than 200,000 deaths, with some concerned that the number of deaths is just the tip of the iceberg because of under-reporting.