On Monday 8th July, Tom Shannon, the Lead Lay Chaplain for the St Thomas Aquinas CMAT, spent the morning working with the new ‘Mission team’. The Mission team will work with the new school chaplains, Mr Agius and Mrs Anderson, and will go out into the community, to places
Over the last few days we have been having loads of fun, activities and adventures.
On Tuesday morning we all woke up from our nice relaxing sleep and went downstairs for breakfast. There were 8 different types of cereals, porridge, toast and boiled eggs.
After breakfast we played a game
After having left school around 4.00 yesterday, we arrived just before supper. To say the students were excited would be an understatement. After finding their rooms, meeting the team, eating hot dogs and chips and finishing with evening prayer, you would think they'd be ready for bed. Not so much.
This Remembrance Day, De Lisle college celebrated and commemorated the lives of those who fought for our country. Each year group engaged in a short but moving act of worship where we learnt about the pivotal battles of World War 2. The section on D day was particularly effective and
On November 1st, De Lisle Catholic College celebrated All Saint's day with two opportunities to celebrate mass.
In the morning the whole of years 7 and 12 made their way, on foot, down to St Mary's parish church in Loughborough. It was a bit drizzly but everyone seemed to be
On Wednesday 23rd October a small group of year 10 Mission team members went to St Mary's primary school in Loughborough. We were all allocated to a year group and spent the afternoon helping out around the classrooms.
We then spent some time working with the year 1's and year
Some of the Mission Team members met recently where they discussed the Words of the Week for the next two weeks, Inclusion and the Rosary. The Mission team’s thoughts on these words will be seen in our Collective Worship PowerPoints over the next two weeks.
A small group focused on ways
On Friday 13th September we celebrated our Year 7 Welcome Mass which was led by Father Simon Giles. The mass was a chance for our families to see us starting our new school and to celebrate mass together. We were also joined by some of the feeder school Headteachers which
Today we took groups of key stage 3 students down to the school chapel to have their first experience of Lightfever, a chance to experience Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. The students were led by Tom, our lead chaplain for the St Thomas Aquinas Multi Academy Trust but helped by