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  • Black History Month

    Published 15/10/20
    In 1987 Black History Month, (BHM) was launched in Britain to celebrate the culture, contributions, and achievements of people from African and Caribbean descent.  BHM challenges negative stereotypes and highlights the accomplishments of pioneer
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  • Dominican Week -28th September to 2nd October 2020

    Published 12/10/20
    The 28th of September to the 2nd October saw St Dominic's Sixth Form College marked the celebration of “Dominican Week”.  A week of reflection and prayer, contemplating our Dominican heritage which stretches over a hundred years
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  • Amazing Artworks!

    Published 07/10/20

    St Dominic's Artworks

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  • Macmillan Coffee Morning

    Published 28/09/20
    St Dominic's Sixth Form College had their first in house fundraising event of the academic year by taking part in the Macmillan Cancer Care Coffee Morning.  This day also saw the first sight of the new "Chaplaincy Team",&nb
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  • St Dominic's Supports 'The Passage'

    Published 25/09/20
    Here at St Dominic's, we are proud to support The Passage, a charity based on the principals of St Vincent de Paul, who are dedicated to helping to provide homeless people with support to transform their lives with residential projects, accommoda
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  • Autumn 2020 Examination Series

    Published 23/09/20


    Instructions to Candidates

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  • Welcome back to St Dominic’s!

    Published 27/08/20


    A Message from the Principal

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  • Examination Results 2020

    Published 17/08/20


    This summer's examinations results are like no other.  Many of our students have done very well, securing high grades, resulting in new opportunities in the world of work or at university.  The staff are delighted for them and wish them all the very best.  However, we also share the confusion, shock and distress that many more of our students are experiencing at this time.

    It is important to celebrate the achievements of our students, but it is also very clear that the Ofqual moderation of the Centre assessed grades has been flawed.  The staff at St Dominic’s worked very hard during lockdown to calculate the CAGs, using a variety of evidence and data. However, it would appear that the statistical methodology applied at a national level by Ofqual has let some of our students down.

    I and my team are now working incredibly hard to support these students to navigate this difficult situation and I wanted to reassure you that we are also raising our concerns at the highest level.  I have spoken with our Harrow MPs, Gareth Thomas and Bob Blackman, both of whom are supportive of the College and are able to communicate with Michelle Donelan, Minister of State for Universities and Further Education, the depth of our concerns about the process and the students that it has disadvantaged.  We are working with national organisations and associations such as the SFCA and ASCL to seek a timely resolution.

    National examination results are always a time of heightened stress and anxiety and I would like to congratulate all our students who have worked hard and completed challenging courses in these unprecedented circumstances – to complete two years of study at this level is a great achievement, particularly with the added challenges of the last few months.  You have much to be proud of.

    As soon as we receive appeals guidance from Ofqual we will contact you again.

    Andrew Parkin - Principal


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  • Race for Life for Cancer Research 2020

    Published 09/07/20
    A big thank you to students and staff from St Dominic's and St Robert Southwell who took part in Race for Life for Cancer Research UK, raising a fantastic £1,126 for charity.  
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  • St Luke's Annual Walk

    Published 17/06/20

    One start time, hundreds of different walks! 

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  • Y2 Trip to Rome — February 2020

    Published 30/04/20
    Right at the beginning of February half term, 2nd year Classics, English and History of Art students travelled to Rome to experience the sights and culture that the city had to offer. A jam packed itinerary meant that we were constantly on the move,
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  • St Dominic's Sixth Form College - Covid-19 Update on Thursday 19th March 2020

    Published 19/03/20
    Sadly, we will be closing our College to students and staff at the end of Friday, March 20th 2020.  The College will remain closed until further notice. Thank you for your support and encouragement during this very difficult time. &
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