The School Parliament, made up of students from year 7 to 13, will produce a
Colours Booklet every term. This publication will celebrate the achievements of our students in all aspects of school ranging from academic progress through to sporting success and other extra curricular events.
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On Friday May 27th 2011, football legend and UEFA President Michel Platini and the Chairman of the Football Association David Bernstein came to St Gregory's Catholic Science College to officially unveil a new artificial grass pitch on the eve of the UEFA Champions League Final at Wembley Stadium.
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The Fronter Platform is used by students and teachers at hundreds of schools around the world. With almost 100 tools available, the platform can be customised according to the needs and vision of the school. Adjustments can be made to suit the school’s pedagogical methods and learner age group.
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Free Our School Governor!
On Friday 22nd March 2013, Cllr. R Colwill was ‘arrested’ by Sgt. K Ruff at St. Gregory’s Catholic Science College to raise funds for St. Luke’s Hospice. Cllr R Colwill, a valued member of the school’s Governing Body, spent the remainder of the day raising ‘bail’ money whilst inside a police cell at Harrow and Wealdstone Police Station. Pupils from Mary House along with Mr M Fletcher, Deputy Headteacher, donated the initial bail contribution following the arrest at the school. Click here for some images from the event and a link to the Brent & Kilburn Times article.
Sixth Form Centre now officially open!
The new St. Catherine of Siena sixth form centre was officially opened by The Most Rev. Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster on Thursday October 4th 2012. Archbishop Nichols celebrated the Liturgy of the Word with students, staff, parents, governors and others who make a valuable
contribution to the life of the school. The Archbishop spoke of the need and value of solid foundations in the lives of all students before blessing the congregation and the new building itself with baptismal water. A video of the event can be found by clicking here >>>
Ofsted judges PE teaching and learning at St Gregory’s as “good and often outstanding “
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More good news from Ofsted
Following an interim assessment of the school’s performance in recent years, Ofsted have decided
that our performance has been sustained and our next full inspection has been deferred.
Please click here to read their letter to parents.
Equalities Award for St Gregory’s
We are delighted to have achieved the Equalities Award for our commitment to Equality of Opportunity for every member of our community. Please click here for more details >>>
St Gregory’s is First to Achieve Eco Schools Green Flag Award – click here for more details >>>
Internal Examination 2013 click here>>>
“TOP PERFORMING SCHOOL”
The Department for Education (DfE) has identified St Gregory’s as one of the top performing schools in the country. Recently, the DfE wrote to St Gregory’s stating that
“Your results show that you are amongst the 100 top performing schools based on sustained improvement in each year from 2007 to 2010.”
In 2010 67% of our students achieved 5 or more A* - C grades including English and Maths at GCSE level, which is a 23 percentage point improvement in the school’s
performance since 2007.
St Gregory’s believes that this success is due to the culture of learning that has been developed in recent years and is now embedded across the school. For instance, we have
over 200 students who regularly attend Saturday revision classes and many others who attend additional classes after school during the week and during the school holidays.
In the letter, the DfE also congratulated pupils, staff and governors on their achievements and recognised the school’s drive towards continual improvement.
Another Year of Record-Breaking Results at St.Gregory’s!
Another set of record-breaking results at St. Gregory’s Catholic Science College in 2011 has continued the sustained improvement in pupil achievement over the past five years. The improvement in results has been achieved through the hard work of the students, the dedication of the teachers and the support from parents.
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