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- Read MorePublished 13/12/19On 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 FinalPublished 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 LunchPublished 09/12/19On 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 DramaPublished 02/12/19On 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