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October 2021

  • St Dominic's Santa Dash for St Luke's Hospice

    Published 19/10/21
    If you would like to join us again on the annual St Dominic's Santa Dash (meet at the College at 10:30am) on Sunday 12th December, please visit Parentpay to donate your £10 which will include the Santa Suit.   If you
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  • Wear it Pink/Blue for Cancer Research UK

    Published 19/10/21

     

    1 in 2 of us will get cancer in our lifetime, all of us can support the research that will beat it.

    (Cancer Research UK)

     

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  • National Poetry Day 2021 Competition

    Published 14/10/21
    Our Year 1 and 2 students were invited to submit poetry on the theme of ‘Choices’ to help celebrate National Poetry Day 2021.  There were a number of interesting contributions from a collection of aspiring poets in both year groups;&
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  • Wear it Green for Macmillan Cancer Care Coffee Morning

    Published 07/10/21

     

    Because cancer can affect your life in so many ways, we do whatever it takes to give people the support they need. (www.macmillan.org.uk)

     

    Once again, the St Dominic's community came out in force today to support the Macmillan Cancer Care Coffee morning.

    During break time, staff sold some delicious home-made cakes and as you can see from our photographs below, our Student Executive Team did a sterling job collecting money for Macmillan.

    Thank you to everyone who helped to raise a fantastic £591.29 for this amazing charity. 

    To find out more about Macmillan Cancer Support, please click on the link here.

    More photographs of the day can be found in the gallery here.

     

     

     

     

     

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  • St Dominic's Open Day 2021

    Published 02/10/21
    On Saturday 2nd October, St Dominic’s Sixth Form College enjoyed a very successful Open Day when over 4000 prospective students and their parents and guardians attended the Harrow-on-the-Hill site. Prospective students had the opportuni
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