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  • We have an Ofsted Inspection tomorrow and Wednesday, we encourage you to share your views using parentview. See the link on the letter in our Ofsted Folder.

    Published 15/10/18
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  • English Conversation Classes/strengthening relationship between home, school and parish communities

    Published 15/10/18

    English Conversation Classes/strengthening relationship between home, school and parish communities

    For the benefit of staff who were unable to attend this morning’s staff briefing the following was announced:

    The ethos of the school community and the ‘Douay Way’ is not limited to imparting knowledge, it promotes human dignity and genuine relationships/friendships which open up access to support the ‘Walk with me’ journey.  The Chaplaincy department would like you to know of a new supportive programme which is open to families of all faiths and none, from all our primary schools and parish communities, to share our access to the English language in order to support the progress and growth of our young people in our school community.  

    Once a fortnight, the Douay Martyrs Chaplaincy department, working alongside English teachers and our A Level students will be available to run English sessions to support people who feel they need or benefit from extra English tuition.  The English conversational classes will run in school and commence on Tuesday 6 November from 4 – 5pm. Attendance is encouraged and the classes are free of charge.

    For further details please contact Luisa – School Chaplain. 

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  • Sixth Form annual RAG week (Raising and Giving Week). Starts Monday 15th October

    Published 12/10/18

    Monday 15th October 2018 –  Douay Sixth formers shall commence their week of fun.  It is their annual RAG week (Raising and Giving Week).  If you see students in ‘odd’ attire …. they are selflessly raising funds for the Macmillan Support charity.  Please wish them well.  See the diary of events attached.

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  • The Parliamentary Review 2018

    Published 05/10/18

    The Parliamentary Review 2018

    The Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School was delighted to be asked to contribute an article to the 2018 Parliamentary Review.  The official launch of the review was Monday, 1st October, Mr Corish and Mr O’Reilly represented the school at the launch alongside other High Performing Schools and Businesses. 

    You can read our schools article here.

    http://www.theparliamentaryreview.co.uk/organisations/the-douay-martyrs-rc-secondary-school

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  • PTA Annual General Meeting Monday 5th November 7pm at The Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School

    Published 03/10/18

    The Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School invites you to attend our
    Annual General Meeting
    Monday, 5th November
    7pm

    Please come along to join us for cheese and wine and a chance to meet other parents.
    We look forward to welcoming you.

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  • October’s edition of Culture Vulture

    Published 02/10/18

    Please Find attached this month's Culture Vulture

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  • Sixth Form Open Evening- Thursday 11th October

    Published 01/10/18

    We will be holding our Sixth Form Open Evening from 6pm on Thursday October 11th. 

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  • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Dr Nandhra Science Drop-in, Catch-up Clinics

    Published 01/10/18

    Dr Nandhra, Science Drop-in, Catch-up clinics

    Monday - Thursday at lunchtimes 13:00 - 13:30 in T12

    Monday KS3 years 7&8

    Tuesday KS4 year Year 9

    Wednesday KS4 year 10

    Thursday KS4 year 11

     

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  • Glebe School visit Douay's Creative Arts Faculty

    Published 01/10/18

    On Monday, sixty Year 6 pupils from the neighbouring Glebe school visited the Creative Arts Faculty at Douay Martyrs. They spent the day working with Music, Art and Drama specialist teachers. In Art, the pupils learnt how to create an Art Deco painting. While Music and Drama combined to teach two songs from the 1930s musical 'Bugsy Malone'.

    At the end of the day, the pupils presented their Art Deco posters, as seen in the accompanying image. There were also two performances on the stage in the Main Hall using the school’s specialist lighting rigs to create spectacular effects. Once the pupils had performed ‘You Wanna Be A Boxer’ and ‘Give A Little Love’, the pupils made their way back to Glebe School.

    Overall, it was highly enjoyable day for all. The pupils experienced what it was like to be a Year 7 pupil at the Douay Martyrs school as well as getting a taste of the type of specialised teaching available at secondary school.

    Mrs R Arnold—Head of Music

     

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  • David Dein visit

    Published 01/10/18

    On 13th September the year 11 students has a special extended assembly where they were visited by a guest speaker, David Dein. David gave a talk which covered his time as a former Vice-chairman of Arsenal FC, as well as being Vice-Chairman of the Football Association, and serving on numerous UEFA and FIFA Committees.

    Pupils gained advice on how to prepare to be as successful as possible in their chosen pathways following school life, and also got to make refereeing decisions after watching video clips from this year’s world cup in Russia. Pupils were able to explore the benefits of the new VAR system which came into use for the first time this year, which David was instrumental in bringing to the world stage.

    Pupils then took part in a Q&A session with David, where pupils got to ask this key figure some interesting questions about his time with Arsenal, the FA and also his help in making ‘disappearing spray’ a regular feature of world football! The feedback gained from students was very positive. We look forward to another guest speaker in the new year

    Mr Rogers  Head of PE

     

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  • Glebe School visit Douay's Creative Arts Faculty

    Published 27/09/18

    On Monday, sixty Year 6 pupils from the neighbouring Glebe school visited the Creative Arts Faculty at Douay Martyrs. They spent the day working with Music, Art and Drama specialist teachers. In Art, the pupils learnt how to create an Art Deco painting. While Music and Drama combined to teach two songs from the 1930s musical 'Bugsy Malone'.

    At the end of the day, the pupils presented their Art Deco posters, as seen in the accompanying image. There were also two performances on the stage in the Main Hall using the school’s specialist lighting rigs to create spectacular effects. Once the pupils had performed ‘You Wanna Be A Boxer’ and ‘Give A Little Love’, the pupils made their way back to Glebe School.

    Overall, it was highly enjoyable day for all. The pupils experienced what it was like to be a Year 7 pupil at the Douay Martyrs school as well as getting a taste of the type of specialised teaching available at secondary school.

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  • Year 11 Aiming for Excellence Presentation

    Published 25/09/18

    Year 11 Aiming for Excellence Evening Presentation

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