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    • Year 11-13 Prize Giving Evening

      Published 13/12/19
      On Thursday 12th December we celebrated the academic and social achievements of over eighty of our students at our Prize Giving evening. Our special guest speaker was the Rt Revd and Rt Hon Sarah Mullally, Bishop of London, who presented the awa
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    • Speak Out Regional Final

      Published 10/12/19

      On Wednesday 27th November, Jacob Nettleship and his supporters made their way to the Hillingdon final of Jack Petchey's "Speak Out" competition, held at Bishopshalt school. Jacob was selected to represent Bishop Ramsey, having won the school competition the week before, in an assembly "speak off" against six students from across Year 10.

      The atmosphere was energetic and a real celebration of young people and what they can achieve. There were 21 students, representing  all the schools in Hillingdon, and their topics were as diverse as them. We had both humorous and emotional speeches on electric cars, autism, mental health, domestic abuse, racism and being a middle child. Each was well crafted, thought provoking and passionate, proving young people have plenty to say, when given the opportunity.

      Jacob gave a witty and well-crafted speech on perspectives, in which he used the now-famous Jaffa cake example to explore how we see things differently and that this is a good thing.  He spoke with humour and eloquence, delivering an engaging performance of which he should be proud.

      The winners were selected by a panel looking for a wide range of skills, including the Mayor and a representative from the Scouts and they awarded Bishopshalt and Douay Martyrs the highest scores of the evening.

      We are incredibly proud of Jacob and the work he put into making his speech truly excellent and unique; he was a worthy representative of Bishop Ramsey at the regional event.

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    • Christmas Community Lunch

      Published 09/12/19
      On Wednesday 4th December we welcomed nearly 100 friends and neighbours from our local community to share a Christmas lunch. Our students were in charge of welcoming, entertaining and serving our guests and did so with great care and attention. Tw
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    • An Evening of Drama

      Published 02/12/19
      On Thursday 28th December, pupils from Bishop Ramsey showcased their talents in an evening of drama. This year we decided to perform extracts from all of the extracurricular groups that we currently provide in order for students to show their parents
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    • St Cecilia Concert

      Published 22/11/19
      The St Cecilia Concert, held on Thursday 21st November, celebrated the musical talents of students from Year 7 to Year 13. During the concert over seventy students showcased their skills in a diverse programme of solos and ensembles.&n
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    • Word War One Battlefields Trip

      Published 15/11/19

      A small group of our students visited the battlefields of World War One in France and Belgium to learn more about the details, impact and outcomes of some of the most famous conflicts. Read about their trip below in a report written by a Year 10 student.

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    • The first Bishop Ramsey Poet Laureate is announced

      Published 08/10/19
      We are thrilled to announce that Amy in Year 12 is the first ever Bishop Ramsey Poet Laureate. To be considered for the role, students were invited to submit a poem of their own creation on the subject of Change. Miss Calabrese and the judging
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    • A' Level Results

      Published 26/09/19


      There were lots of celebrations on A'Level results day at Bishop Ramsey with nearly a fifth of the grades being A*-A grade, over 40% A*-B grade and a 99% pass rate. Particular congratulations go to Matthew Brassey and Isabel Newns who achieved 3 A* grades, Rosie Castle, Toby Crawford and Philippa Gadsby who achieved 2A* and an A grade each and Ciaran Sidnell and Altay Shaw who achieved two A* and two A grades. Also a very well done to many of our students who achieved their very best and exceeded target grades. We wish them every success for the future and hope they come back to visit us.


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    • GCSE Results 2019

      Published 22/08/19

      Bishop Ramsey's Year 11 students seemed to really enjoy their examinations results day today, with smiles and laughter all round. They certainly had lots to celebrate with well over 80% of students achieving a grade 4 or above in English and Maths and over 30% of all results graded at grades 7 - 9. 

      There were many students who achieved of their very best and we hope that they all get a chance to celebrate their individual achievements in the coming days. A particular congratulations to our top achievers; Ella O'Loughlin who achieved eight grade 9s and one grade 8, Madeleine Shaw who achieved eight 9s and two 8s and Amy Child who achieved five 9s and five 8s. 

      Bishop Ramsey is currently recruiting for A'Level students and welcomes applicants from other schools.  Please contact the school office for further details if you are interested. 

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    • Year 7 - 10 Prize Giving

      Published 18/06/19

      On Thursday 13th June 2019 we celebrated the achievements of our Years 7 - 10 students at our annual Prize Giving Event.


      Mr Wayne Dixon,  from Christian Connections in Schools, presented prizes to students for their achievements during the academic year 2018-2019. The audience was privileged to enjoy the musical talent of Annabel Goodliffe (10R) who performed 'Someone You Loved' by Lewis Capaldi.  Katie Hall (9A), who was also awarded a prize during the evening, performed a song from our forthcoming school production 'The Addams Family Musical'.  A special presentation was awarded to Catherine Dann for her outstanding contribution to the Governing Body over many years.


      Thank you to the Friends of Bishop Ramsey for providing the prizes, to AIP for the delicious canapés and to St Lawrence Church for sponsoring the St Lawrence Church Prize.



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    • Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge

      Published 21/05/19

      Congratulations to Georgia Hunt who has been selected from all the regional winners to participate in the grand final of the Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge on 1st July. Only 15 students have been selected by a panel of judges, so it's a fantastic achievement!


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    • Italy 2019

      Published 24/04/19

      The Humanities Faculty embarked on a 6 day tour of Sorrento, the Amalfi Coast and Naples this Easter taking 38 KS4 and KS5 students with us.

      Students and staff enjoyed an action packed trip starting with a full day of touring visiting Vesuvius and Pompeii.  Following the epic trek up Vesuvius and learning all about the geography and history of the infamous volcano we all enjoyed walking around the rim and a chance to take some pictures of the stunning views of the Bay of Naples.  The afternoon was taken up with a walking tour of Pompeii learning about the ancient city and life there before its destruction.  That evening we enjoyed a traditional Italian meal at a local restaurant. 

      The second day was a chance to see the highlights of the Amalfi Coast.  All involved had ample chance to see the amazing views and take plenty of pictures.  We also had time to visit the historic site of Amalfi and enjoy some free time was well as the beautiful town of Ravello in the mountains.  This was followed by some free time in Sorrento with a chance to get a gelato and shop before dinner at a local pizzeria. 


      The next day started with a hydrofoil boat trip across to Capri across the slightly rougher waters than some of us would have liked!  However, once in Capri we enjoyed more amazing views and some shopping!  That evening we relaxed at the hotel and had dinner followed by some free time at night in Sorrento.

      The following day was a chance to see the historic ruins of Herculaneum, smaller but better preserved than Pompeii which was enjoyed by all, except for the rain!  That afternoon we all enjoyed some free time in Sorrento as well as some time to pack and get ready for dinner.  On our final night we ate at another local restaurant as well as celebrated Evie’s birthday!

      On our final day we headed to Naples to visit an Underground Museum which allowed us to see what life was like underneath the surface of the famous city.  We enjoyed wandering the streets as well as seeing some amazing Roman ruins that can be found in homes and buildings still in use today.  We finished our trip with a visit to the Archaeological Museum before heading to the airport for our journey home.

      Many of our students expressed what a wonderful time that had on their trip and how grateful they were to staff for taking them so a big thank you goes out to Miss Wood, Mr Wills, Mr Drury and Miss Robinson as well as all the students who made the trip a great success!




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