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  • NT Club presents 'Romeo & Juliet'

    Published 22/05/17

    The next production for NT Club viewing will be ‘Romeo & Juliet’ through the school's access to 'The National Theatre On Demand in Schools' facility. NT Club continues to run on Wednesday lunch times in G3. 

    The National Theatre explains...

    "This contemporary production for younger audiences sees a company of eight tell the most famous love story of all time, set against a vivid urban backdrop bursting with excitement, colour, dance and song."

    Students from Year 9-13 are invited to attend the viewing which will take place every Wednesday lunch time. It is an incredibly exciting performance lasting only 70 minutes, and is sure to be another brilliant production from the Royal National Theatre.

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  • Pre-Exam Breakfast: Year 11 & Sixth Form Students

    Published 16/05/17

    We are off to a good start at the Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School! We have commenced the Pre-Exam Breakfast for all of our students who are sitting Public Examinations this summer. The aim is not only to emphasise the importance of breakfast at the start of the day, but also to have a positive impact on the student's concentration and motivation levels prior to their exams.

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  • Year 7 Boys are Borough Champions in Football!

    Published 11/05/17

    On Tuesday 2nd May 2017, Year 7 faced Haydon School in the Hillingdon Cup Final for Football. We had already played Haydon earlier in the season and lost, so we knew we would be in for an extremely tough game. The first half was very even with both sides having chances to score, but the score stayed at 0-0. The score line gave Douay great confidence to up the tempo in the second half and two great individual goals from Nunu and Ellisha gave us a 2-0 lead, however this was not to last long. Haydon as expected fought back into the game and drew level meaning the score was now 2-2. A couple of attack minded substitutions from Douay allowed us to gain the lead again through Richard and with the help of our goalkeeper Alfie, we were able to see out the victory.

    Well done to all involved and thank you to the parents and Mr Corish who were in attendance to watch a fantastic victory.

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  • WE DAY 2017

    Published 09/05/17

    News article by By Naiya Adrien and Sore Ogunmoyero: 10R

    Recently a selected bunch of our hardworking school ambassadors, accompanied by Miss Brazier and Miss Meade, had the honour of going to an event called We Day. We Day is  a day jam-packed with excitement, inspiration and the motivation to make a difference in our communities, homes and schools. Schools from all over Britain gathered to celebrate all of our achievements as Ambassadors and as students. It is the kind of event where your ticket cannot be bought, but instead must be earned. Because of the great work done by our school’s ambassadors we were rewarded with 14 tickets. Throughout the day there was never a dull moment; appearances from singers such as Jessie J and Conor Maynard, also stimulating speeches and works of encouragement from speakers such as Paula Abdul and a former refugee Muzoon Al-Mellehan and many many more. Older students from many different schools even went the extra mile and volunteered to do some charity work in India for year clearly proving that a small change can make a big difference. As the day came to an end our school’s ambassadors were filled with ideas and were driven to want to tackle more problems within our school


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  • The Jack Petchey Awards at The Beck Theatre

    Published 28/04/17

    Congratulations to all of the recipients of the Jack Petchey Award, who attended the Awards Ceremony last night at The Beck Theatre. Award Winners included George, Hannah, Toby, Maria-Victoria, Rowan, Christian, Maria and Ion. The Staff Leader Award went to Brigid Donaghey.

    Special mention must go to the students of Douay who provided musical entertainment last night; Hannah, David and ex-student Cyreece.

    It really was a delighful evening and our students made us very proud!

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  • At the Douay Martyrs Catholic School, community, staff, students and families raised £4,600 for CAFOD’s East Africa Crisis Appeal.

    Published 26/04/17

    £4,600.00 is an amazing amount!  This is what the Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School community has donated to the above appeal from their Lenten Fundraising.  The government has awarded CAFOD UK a match fund, doubling the impact of our donation to £9,200.00 

    Thank you again to everyone who donated to this Appeal.

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  • Girls PE: Summer Extra-Curricular Timetable

    Published 26/04/17

    Please see below for the latest Summer Timetable for Girls PE

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  • History Visit to the Somme

    Published 19/04/17

    A group of Year 9-13 students were lucky enough to visit the Somme before the Easter holidays to see the battlefields and the War Graves. Some of the sites visited included Lochnagar crater and Newfoundland Park. Some students on the trip also got to visit the final resting place of some of their relatives.

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  • The Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School feature in The Hillingdon & Ealing Times

    Published 19/04/17

    Following very successful participation in the Final for African Adeventures' School Geography Challenge, The Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School has featured in both the Hillingdon Times and the Ealing Times. 

    To see the articles, please click on the links below:

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  • Achievements in Music

    Published 18/04/17

    ABRSM is one of four examination boards delivering graded exams and diploma qualifications in Music within the UK's National Qualifications Framework.

    The following students of the Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School have recently achieved their grades in Music:

    Christian Bunalade - Grade 7 Violin with Merit
    Japheth Monzon - Grade 5 Singing with Distinction
    Daya Sian - Grade 3 in Singing

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  • NT Club presents 'Treasure Island'

    Published 18/04/17

    The next production for NT Club viewing will be ‘Treasure Island’ through the school's access to 'The National Theatre On Demand in Schools' facility. NT Club continues to run on Wed lunch times in G3. 

    The National Theatre explains...

    "It’s a dark and stormy night. The stars are out. Jim, the inn-keeper’s granddaughter, opens the door to a terrifying stranger. At the old sailor’s feet sits a huge sea-chest, full of secrets. Jim invites him in – and her dangerous voyage begins.

    Bryony Lavery's adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale of swashbuckling adventure is brought to life in Polly Findlay's thrilling production."

    Students from Year 9-13 are invited to attend the viewing which will take place every Wednesday lunch time. It is an incredibly exciting production which really captures the imagination, and is guaranteed to be enjoyed by all!

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  • Netball Success

    Published 04/04/17

    The Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School recently got through to the Netball Borough Finals. The Year 7 Netball Team have shown sheer determination and persistence throughout training and games over the season, which has propelled them to become one of the best teams in the Borough.  After winning every game in their group, they were then selected to go through to the semi-finals.

    The semi-final was against St. Helens. The Douay team started strong with our defence marking tightly, turning over balls and putting enormous pressure on their opponents. After the first half, Douay were winning 6-4. The lead gave the girls great confidence and in the second half, St. Helens struggled to get the ball down to their shooting half. The end result being 10 – 4 to Douay.

    The pressure was on! Douay then had to play against their toughest opponents yet.... Northwood College in the Borough Finals. Both teams fought it out, scoring after each other making it evenly matched. Every quarter saw either a Northwood or Douay lead by one. In the final quarter the game finished 11-11; officials gave an extra 2 minutes for a golden goal and unfortunately this wasn’t achieved by Douay. Northwood College took the victory in extra time. Even though the girls didn’t win the Borough League, this is amazing achievement for them and a great start to the team's secondary school life.

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