It was great to welcome back Sabrina Stocker who came in to talk to Year 10, Year 11 and Year 12 students. She shared some stories about her time in the The Apprentice and thoughts on Alan Sugar and his team.
Sabrina told students about her Tennis Events Business, her TV work and challenges along the way. Her over-riding message was one of taking opportunities and making things happen for yourself. She answered wide ranging questions - from how to apply for The Apprentice, was Alan Sugar really as mean as he seems? How did Sabrina set up her own business, how was she such a confident public speaker?
Malawi 2019 was an amazing trip - students interacted with pupils at Malosa Secondary school and visited local villages. New desks were purchased to furnish classrooms at Malosa so students who had been working while sat on the floor, could study in comfort. The trip was rounded off with close encounters with Hippo and Elephants and beautiful sunsets over the Shire river. Congratulations to all those who went and thank you to all staff, parents and students who supported the trip by donating clothing, stationary, footballs and kit, medical equipment and so much more. Everything was given to people who really needed it and they send their warm appreciation.
The students whose school fees at Malosa Secondary School are paid for by pupils at Bishop Ramsey School
The new desk/chair combinations purchased for one of the classrooms go on the minibus roof! rather a challenge when we met low power lines!
6th former for a day event - Well done to Year 11 who came to school as 6th formers for the day - they enjoyed a slightly different take on lessons and chatted with 6th form students about the subjects they are choosing at A Level.
6th form versus staff Football Match - congratulations to the 6th form team who won 3 - 2 and raised £670 to aid Jacob Sawyerr in his recovery - many thanks to all who took part, came to watch and to Marcel, Dylan and Dominic for organising it - the school has now raised a total of £11000 to aid Jacob - a fantastic effort!
The PowerPoint below offers suggestions to those who need support:
This 12 minute video shows how to proceed to get your vaccination, when you're invited to attend at one of our two Hillingdon borough hubs - Ruislip and Hayes. It has been put together by the GP Confederation in Hillingdon.
As a result of campaigning by charities, the government's vaccine committee has revised its recommendations to include unpaid carers in the vaccine priority list.
Let your GP know now that you are a carer and ask if this could be registered on your medical record.