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February 2022

  • Arts Council’s Creativity Collaborative Three-Year Project

    Published 22/02/22
    St Dominic’s Sixth Form College is taking part in an exciting Arts Council’s Creativity Collaborative three-year project. We will be part of a network of schools across London to develop teaching for creativity, focusing on school
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  • Fairtrade - FairActive Award

    Published 22/02/22
    Despite a long period of disruption due to the global pandemic we have had our Fairtrade certification renewed and awarded as a 'FairActive' College which is great news for all members of the St Dominic’s Sixth Form College communi
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  • Visitors from Bank of England ​​​​​​​

    Published 22/02/22
    On Thursday, 10 February 2022, Economics students at St Dominic’s welcomed two representatives of the Bank of England to college.  Alan Castle and Aakash Mankodi – a student of St Dominic’s between 2008 and 2010 - spoke ab
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  • The Excellence Programme

    Published 22/02/22
    Our Excellence Programme is designed to prepare our most able students for the academic rigour of university life. Since Oxford and Cambridge Universities stand out in the UK as universities whose tradition and teaching methods make them exemplary
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  • Jazz and Rock Café Event

    Published 02/02/22

     

    The St Dominic’s inaugural Jazz and Rock Café event took place on Wednesday 9th February.

    The Sienna Hall was transformed into a nightclub with guests seated at candlelit tables enjoying wine and canapés. The array of talent and high standard of performance was truly wonderful. I was moved to tears by the heart-breaking duetting of Oliver Castell (keys and voice) and Emily Matloob (voice); moved to dance by the tightly rhythmic jazz and soul numbers lead by Thomas L'Homme Dorado on drums; in awe of the virtuosic electric guitar playing of Anika Maher and impressed by the fully staged version of the duet from The Waitress musical, sung and acted by Oyiyechuku Okolo and Ella Shaul.

    There were many other wonderful performances, Grace N'Guessan's stylish ‘Wish I Didn't Miss You'; Kyle Dimaculangan's 'Say something'; Daniel Simao's rendition of ‘The Wall In My Head' accompanied by Marilyn D'Souza on keys, and I have been singing the moving lines from 'Oceans' sung by Jenin Meghjee-Caine and Daniel Simao, ever since, a most fitting tribute to our student Mario. 

    Please see some images from the event below. We also invite you to view some short flip clips of some of the performances on our Instagram page: @stdominicssixthform

    Abigail Gorton - Head of Music 

     

     

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