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Pupils at Barlborough Hall school sell cakes for the good cause

Children raise funds for charity

Teachers and students at Barlborough Hall School raise money by organising a darts competition, treasure hunts and a unique “guess the knees” game of the under-11 rugby team game

Fr Anthony Coglioli, Fr Jonathan Mitchell and headmaster Michael Thompson

Priests bless foundations of college

School chaplain Fr Jonathan Mitchell blessed the ground on which the new St Ambrose College will stand

The dance company with Bishop Seamus Cunningham of Hexham and Newcastle

Dancers bound for Madrid

A British dance troupe has been invited to perform at World Youth Day in Madrid

Catholic pupils at Loreto Catholic school pupils have won individual and group championships in athletics

Loreto pupils triumph in athletics

Pupils at Loreto Preparatory School in Cheshire triumph in the Independent Schools’ Association’s Athletics Championships

The Charles Plater Trust recently held a celebration for the recipients of grants under its 2011 theme, ‘The intellectual endeavour of refreshing Catholic social thought in the British context through scholarship and writing linked with policy formation’. Pictured at the meeting at Archbishop’s House, Westminster, are Archbishop Vincent Nichols, chairman of the trust, John Taylor, trustee, and Niamh Baker-Loughlin

Trust awards grants for scholarship that refreshes Catholic social teaching

Georgia McConnell records a report

Pupils become reporters

Two pupils at St Benedict’s School in Ealing were recently selected as outstanding school reporters by the BBC

Back row: M Carrivick, N Scarisbrick, J Scarisbrick, V Rugg, S Bell, R Power, A Carus, Dr A Carus, B Thomson, M Hynes; Front row: M Carrivick, I Winter, C Walsh, with the new state-of-the-art ultrasound scanner

Members of the Life charity in Leamington help pay for a £7,000 ultrasound scanner

From left to right: Simon Jones, Romain Tyrode, Maxime Gaget, Camille Querenet, Joris Botton, Gugaine Troullot and St Joseph’s headteacher Roisin Maguire

French friends visit Stoke school

Staff at St Joseph’s College in Stoke-on-Trent welcome French teachers from Besançon

Members of Camberley and Bagshot parish are pictured during the retreat day

Mgr Madders emptied churches on Sunday, March 6, by organising a retreat day

Ann Widdecombe onstage at the 2011 National Television Awards (Yui Mok/PA Wire/Press Association Images)

Former government minister and star of Strictly Come Dancing has been named envoy of Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need