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Blessed George Napier Catholic School and Sixth Form Youth Sport Trust Lead School

Blessed George Napier
Catholic School and Sixth Form
Youth Sport Trust Lead School

Part of the Pope Francis Catholic Multi Academy Company

Latest News

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  • Anti-Bullying Week

    Published 11/11/20

    Anti-Bullying week is 16th - 20th November and we are asking students to wear odd socks on Monday 16th November.  For further information please see attachment below.

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  • Mental Health Support Team Newsletter

    Published 10/11/20

    Please find below the latest letter from the Mental Health Support Team.

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  • Covid 19

    Published 09/11/20

    Please see below a letter sent to Yr 7 - 10 and Sixth Form following a confirmed case of COVID 19 in Yr 11.

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  • Yr 11 to isolate from 9.11.20

    Published 09/11/20

    Please see the letter sent by e-mail to Yr 11 Parent/Guardians regarding Yr 11's isolating from today - Monday 9th November 2020 at 11.40am.     This can be found below, under the COVID-19 information tab and Letters Home - Yr 11.

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  • Wearing of masks

    Published 14/10/20
    We are asking all students to bring a face covering with them to school every day and to wear this when they are in certain areas of the school.  These areas are set out in the letter that has been sent home and is below.    The c
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  • Changes to bus timetable commencing 21st Sept

    Published 17/09/20

    From Monday 21st September the following timings will come into effect for the Bicester collection points.  Please remind your children that are to wear a mask during the entire journey (if applicable).

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  • On-line tour for prospective Yr 7s - available now

    Published 10/09/20

    Due to the current pandemic, we are unable to offer a physical Open Evening/Morning for prospective Year 7 pupils this year.  Our on-line presentation/tours are available below.        The prospectus for the academic year 2021-2022 is now available by clicking on the Prospectus button to your left.

    To see our Principal's speech click here: https://player.vimeo.com/video/465973344

    To see our Head Student's speech click here: https://player.vimeo.com/video/465140832

    Should you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact the school.

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  • Yr 7 - PE Kit Information

    Published 07/09/20

    If you are a parent/guardian of a new Yr 7 pupil, please see the letter below regarding PE kit.  This letter has also been sent home with your child.

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  • September return details

    Published 25/08/20

    Please find below details of the return to school In September.

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  • GCSE results

    Published 20/08/20

    It has been a highly unusual year and the way that results have been awarded has been incredibly difficult for our pupils, their families and staff.

    Mr Long, Principal commented, "The GCSE results have now been issued and I would like to take the opportunity to congratulate our Yr 11 pupils for their outcomes, hard work and resilience in such difficult circumstances.  This would not have been possible without support from their families and, of course, the dedicated staff at BGN.   We wish them all the very best as they go onto the next stage of their lives”.

     

     

     

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  • A Level Exam Success

    Published 14/08/20

     

    We are so proud of  our Year 13 students who have overcome the challenges and circumstances of the pandemic and been very successful in their university applications.   The vast majority of them were accepted into their first choice universities and students will be as far flung as Edinburgh, Exeter and Aberystwyth; studying a range of subjects from Accounting to Psychology and Biomedical Science and Law.  We are delighted that so many of our students have done so well and this is a reflection of their hard work and dedication in conjunction with that of their teachers.  They are now moving onto higher education pathways and we wish them all the best for the future.

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