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Using iPads in the classroom

Staff have been getting to grips with the different ways iPads can be used to enhance learning. IPads have the scope to increase independence and engagement in the classroom to ensure we are offering all students the very best life chances. Have a look at fun we had but visiting our Twitter page: Click on […]


  How’s Lent going for you? Have you embarked on the annual challenge of giving something up? Why do we do this? Lent is a period of preparation for Easter and as part of that preparation we are called upon to try living with less. Going without something that we enjoy for 40 days helps us […]


The connection between emotional and physical well-being is fairly well appreciated and understood in the modern age – those who are ill but are encouraged, comforted, treated positively and generally made to feel like someone cares are far more likely to make a good recovery. The importance of bedside manner! What is probably far less […]


In this Sunday’s Gospel we hear about Jesus teaching with authority such that the people who witness it are “astonished” or that “his teaching made a deep impression on them”. I suspect that most of us would like to teach to this effect but may feel that we often fall short of being astonishing or […]

Called by the light

We have a saying at Salesian School: “running a great school isn’t rocket science, you start by filling it up with the best staff possible…” We’ve relied on this tactic over recent years to get us where we are today. Whilst we’ve done quite well on this front, our recruitment success is not a patch […]

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