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Welcome to the Salesians of Don Bosco in Great Britain

The Salesians of Don Bosco are a religious congregation of Brothers and Priests . We were founded in 1859 by Saint John Bosco. Don Bosco’s mission was clear and simple: to be a friend to young people who were poor, abandoned or at risk, and in so doing to be a friend to Christ. Wherever the Salesians work, our mission is the same, but its expression changes to suit the particular context. So you will find Salesians in schools of all kinds, youth clubs, in homes for homeless or abandoned children; working with street children; missionaries; chaplains in schools, colleges and universities and in parish work. There are currently almost 16,000 members (priests and brothers) in the congregation, working in 131 countries around the world. Currently in the British Province there are 69 Salesians of Don Bosco based in 8 Communities.



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Clare Lewis | 6 December 2016

Shows, shoes and English classes in Kolkata



Fr Andrew Ebrahim SDB gives us an update on the work he and the Salesians of India are doing with children in Kolkata.


I came to India with the express intention of doing some work with the night school children who are from poor homes and some from the slums in the locality. I also wanted to see where I could help out with Don Bosco Ashalayam.


Within a week of arriving I started English conversation classes with the night school children. These classes are optional and they have to come an hour...

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Adding up to success! St John Bosco Arts College host Numeracy Week

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Clare Lewis | 5 December 2016

Adding up to success! St John Bosco Arts…

Numeracy Week is a yearly initiative by St John Bosco Arts College, Croxteth, which promotes numeracy skills and mathematics amongst pupils.   Pupils across all year groups got involved in weekly activities and challenges to promote the importance of understanding basic numeracy skills and mathematical problems. Numeracy tasks during the week included a ‘Puzzle of the Day’ which was shared on school screens and social media; using numeracy clocks to work out the time; Times Table games in form time and lunchtime quizzes in the school canteen. On Monday, The Happy Puzzle Company visited the school to help Year 7 and 8 pupils to...

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