Corpus Christi Catholic College

Corpus Christi Catholic College

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Celebrating Success 2022-2023

3 October 2022 (by admin)

Each week we look to update this area with exciting news from our college

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Business Challenge

On 21st September, business students from year 10 took part in the LEAP enterprise challenge. LEAP is a local registered charity that enables students to set up their own business and experience entrepreneurship first hand. Students will learn key skills including teamwork, problem solving, time scale management and presentation skills. The students will be selling hampers to their peers to raise funds for local disabled children.

Year 7 Food Lesson

Year 7 completed their first food practical lesson, learning how to use a knife safely to prepare a range of vegetables using the claw and bridge technique to create a healthy couscous salad. These are just a few examples, don't they look delicious! Well done Y7 and keep up the great work.

   

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European Day of Languages

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Year 11 Parents Information Evening

We held a Year 11 information evening on Thursday 22nd September and students and parents were given information, support and essential resources to support them to succeed in this important year and their GCSE examinations. There were also representatives from post 16 providers to help students make decisions for their future. Thank you to Notre Dame Sixth Form, Garforth Sixth Form, Temple Moor Sixth Form, Leeds City College and Sunbeams Nursery Apprenticeships for attending. 

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Shrine of our Lady in Walsingham

On Saturday, some of our year 9 students visited The Shrine of our Lady in Walsingham. We started the day with attending Mass, where the students prayed with all the other pilgrims from around the world, especially saying the rosary, celebrating the Eucharist and receiving blessings from the Arch Bishop. Our students had an amazing time carrying the procession from the Chapel to the Abbey as an act of penance, where the Blessed Sacrament would take place.

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Chapel Refurbishment

During the summer we invested in refurbishing our Chapel. New lighting, heating, carpet and decoration was completed to provided a fresh, calm sacred place for worship and reflection. 

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Great North Run

Congratulations to our Assistant Principal, Mrs English who ran the Great North Run for the first time on Sunday. She finished in under 2 hours and really enjoyed the experience. well Done!!!

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