We enjoyed a wonderful celebration with students, parents and staff at Holy Cross to mark the achievement of so many of our young people. We are really proud of all of our students who have worked so hard to achieve at whatever level.
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Well done to all! We wish all of our students every success on the next stage of their journeys, wherever these take them.
... to everybody who has donated to the various fundraising activities in college this year.
Between the 4C Group and the rest of the college community we have made a total of £8,064.70
Thank you for your support and generous donations.
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Seven Year One Art and Design students travelled to London for an invitation only reception opening the Sixth Form Colleges Association Exhibition, in which they had three pieces of work on show. The group had worked together in recent weeks to produce Art, Graphics and Photography work for the exhibition, which featured artwork from over 40 colleges nationally. The theme, ‘Cloud Land’ was tied to another display at the prestigious exhibition venue, Alexandra Palace. Holy Cross was very well represented by the students, who discussed their work with SFCA Chairman Bill Watkin, amongst other visitors. Well done to all involved.
Pictured L to R: Connie Evans, Érica Ribeiro, Isaac Simmonds-Douglas, Leticia Lapas Fabrin, Krystal Blackburn, Eleanor Heib, Lauren Murphy.
A group of students enjoyed a trip to Haworth as part of Enrichment Week at college. On the visit they had a guided tour of the village and the local moorland, famous as the home of the Bronte family, and a look round their former home at the parsonage. Not all the students are currently studying English Literature but took the opportunity to find out a little more about the family and the environment that supported so many literature classics, this is the real value of the enrichment days.