is a group made up of students in Year 13 who have offered to lead and serve
the student body this year. In addition to the Head Girl and Boy and their
deputies, there are teams of officers for the Arts, Communications, Charity
work, Spiritual life and Sports.
part of the process of
Hello again, it's Mr Agius here. Well for some of us this is going to be a slightly different week as some of us will be back at school.
It's also International Refugee Week. This week we remind ourselves of the contributions that many refugees have made to our lives
Tom uses Zog and the Flying Doctors to start a conversation around hopes, dreams and ambitions for the future.
Tom read's 'Stick man' and thinks about how important family, friends and loved ones are.
Tom uses the 'Smeds and the Smoos' as a conversation starter for younger people to talk about racism and how we should treat people. There is version for younger children, possibly foundation or KS1 and one for KS2.
Foundation and KS1
Storytime is a new weekly broadcast on STA Chaplaincy live on YouTube. Tom reads a story each week with a message which our young people can use as a conversation starter or to help them understand difficult issues.
Each video finishes with a short quote from the Bible and a
Hello everyone, I hope you're well. Here is the next message from my garden. God bless, Mr Agius.
Fr Jonathan Cotton, chaplain to the Nottingham Youth service, talked passionately about the issue of racism and explain how we, as Catholics, should react to it.