Jesuit Education

Campion Hall
Last week, on Thursday 15 June, Shared Vision 3 took place at Campion Hall in Oxford.Shared Vision is a programme of formation for teachers and support staff who work in Jesuits schools.Teachers and support staff from the eleven Jesuit schools in the UK, as well as from the Niels Steensens Gymnasium in Copenhagen and Cardinal Griffin Catholic College in Cannock, were invited to learn about the tradition of Jesuit education and the history of the Society of Jesus.All teachers in Jesuit schools...
John Carroll University in Ohio, venue for the 2017 WUJA Congress
Alumni from Jesuit schools and colleges - including those in the Britain - are being invited to Ohio to take part in the 2017 Congress of the World Union of Jesuit Alumni (WUJA), which is being held in North America for the first time in its 60 year history.Founded in 1956, WUJA holds an international Congress every four years to gather Jesuit friends and alumni to build international networks and affirm Jesuit-centric values for a greater good. They come from up to 50 countries worldwide and...
The Debating Group join Honor and James at St Aloysius College
Two pupils of St Aloysius College in Glasgow have been recognised for their contribution to the school’s Public Speaking tradition. S6 pupils Honor McWilliams and James Frazier were presented with gifts and cards to celebrate their contributions to the Public Speaking Club over recent months. They have been credited with overseeing an innovative programme that has helped develop pupils’ talents, which has resulted in a hugely successful year for public speaking in the College.Honor...
Junior dancers, Max Draper and Olivia King on the SCD set
Barlborough Hall School pupil, Max Draper, took to the dancefloor with his ballroom dance partner, Olivia King, at the weekend in front of millions of television viewers. They were taking part in the opening routine in BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing, which generated an emotional response from viewers as junior ballroom dancers started to dance to ‘What the World Needs Now’. As the camera panned out, more elderly couples started to waltz around the dancefloor, before they were...
The St Aloysius' College Captains, 2016-17
The Head Pupils and Senior School Captains for the new academic year at St Aloysius’ College in Glasgow have been announced. At the Senior School Assembly in St Aloysius Church, Liam Martin and Nicole Donnelly were named as Head Boy and Head Girl respectively by Depute Head, Mrs Isabelle Erskine and were presented with their distinguishing Captains Ties alongside the other Senior pupils who will be Captains.  The autumn term in schools in Scotland starts in the third week of August....
Constructing the keyhole garden at The Mount
Pupils of Mount St Mary’s College have constructed a ‘keyhole garden’ at the school in Spinkhill, similar to two they helped install in Zambia earlier this year. The Mount keyhole garden will grow beans, garlic, potatoes, herbs and some fruit.  It will form a unique part of their future partnership with and visits to Zambia. The construction of the keyhole garden in Britain was undertaken with the help of the pupils’ parents and grandparents.  Over the summer, several pupils visited...
As the autumn term gets under way, Jesuit primary and secondary schools across the country open their doors to welcome interested parents and families to experience their school in person. Here we present the dates and times for all of the Open Days.• Thursday 1 October 5.30pm - 8.30pm Wimbledon College (boys ages 11 - 18)• Saturday 3 October 10.00am - 12.30pm Mount St Mary’s College (ages 13 - 18)• Saturday 10 October 10.00am - 12.30pm  Barlborough Hall School & Nursery (ages 3-13)•...
Four pupils of St Ignatius College in Enfield, have been presented with the Headmaster Certificate, after reaching 100 Achievement Points. Pupils at the school in North London are rewarded for attainment and effort in classwork and homework, for meeting or exceeding their target grade, as well as for high levels of school attendance and punctuality, a commitment to extra-curricular activities and by demonstrating that they are ‘Men or Women for Others’.Three Year 10 pupils – Travane Allison O’...
It is apparent to all who enter our school that St Joseph's is a Jesuit Catholic community where the teachings of Christ are followed. Every child, member of staff, parent and visitor is treated with respect. As a school, we are proud to serve our parish and the community by giving our pupils the very best start in their education. Our Jesuit identity is clear to all who visit.Our children's wellbeing and development is at the heart of all that we do. Our very experienced staff is dedicated to...
Donhead Lodge is Wimbledon College’s main feeder preparatory school, established in 1933. Over the past 80 years, the school has been enlarged and expanded quite considerably. The most notable developments in recent years occurred in 1993 when the Diamond Jubilee Building was opened; in 1997 when Donhead Lodge’s sports ground was purchased; in 2006 when the St Ignatius building development provided a new Changing Room, Multi-Purpose Hall, Art Room, Music Room and ICT Suite; and in 2010,...

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