Congratulations to Year 13 student Amira Al-Najjar,who was awarded 3rd prize in the competition receiving a £25 Cass Art voucher. KAOS is a voluntary group of professional and semi-professional experienced artists living and working in the local area. Their aim is to raise the profile of and broaden access to the visual arts in Kingston. The annual Young KAOS competition is open to local artists aged 16-19. Winners will exhibit their work alongside professional artists during Open Studios.
Holy Cross Students GCSE and A Level Art Work published in a national specialist sewing & textiles catalogue
The GCSE and A Level art work of four of our students was selected and has been published in a national specialist Art catalogue: Heart Educational, Sewing & Textiles. Click below to view the online catalogue.
Six of our Year 9 and 10 students came in at 3rd place yesterday at the final of the Inter-Borough Literary Quiz hosted at Tiffin Boys! All students did extremely well and we congratulate them on this fantastic achievement.
The competition is designed to test the literary knowledge of all competing schools in the area and involved reading and answering questions on a range of teen fiction books and a literary general knowledge round. Other schools in yesterday's final were: Kingston Grammar, Tiffin, Tolworth Girls, Claremont Fan Court and Lady Eleanor Holles.
A number of our Year 12 students took part in the Young Enterprise event at Spitalfields market yesterday. There were 100 teams representing schools across London (state and private) with three main categories being assessed: trade, customer services and product, as well as one overall winner. We are proud to share that team NUNYA were highly commended in the 'trade' category. Congratulations and well done to all students involved!
Parent Information Evening on Monday 11th February 6.30pm: 'Managing your daughter’s worries and anxieties and building resilience.'
The Parent Information Evening will be delivered by a Clinical Psychologist, Dr Jacqui Hammond-Wyatt on Monday 11th February at 6.30pm at the school.
The workshop will focus on “Managing your daughter’s worries and anxieties and building resilience.” In these times of continual pressures on our young people, it is vitally important that we work together to promote their emotional and social well-being. The workshop will last about an hour and will be followed by an opportunity to ask questions.
Interactive & motivating talk delivered to Year 8 this morning by founding member and representatives from the ‘US Programme’ - click link below for further information about the programme.
The talk was designed to inspire high aspirations and self-belief, helping girls build confidence, dream big and overcome any obstacles.
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