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Friday, 17 November 2017 02:29

Salesian Sisters Superior General arrives in UK

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Mother Yvonne Reungoat FMA, Superior General of the Salesian Sisters, arrives in Glasgow today to begin her visit to the GBR Province. Welcome, Mother Yvonne!

 

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Friday, 17 November 2017 01:25

Farnborough's Run For Sean raises £3,500

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This week, Salesian College, Farnborough, was delighted to present a cheque for over £3,500 to Mr Kevin O'Farrell, Trustee from the Sean Devereux Children’s Fund. This staggering amount of money was raised by the Year 7 boys. The boys ran as many laps of the College Playing Fields as they could within an allotted time in memory of former student Sean Devereux.

Thursday, 16 November 2017 23:10

Welcome to the UK, Mother Yvonne!

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Mother Yvonne Reungoat FMA, Superior General of the Salesian Sisters, begins her visit to the GBR Province today, Friday 17th November.

 

Mother Yvonne will arrive in Glasgow, and will be visiting all of the Sisters' communities during her week-long stay. We will bring you more news of her visit soon.

 

Please pray with us for a fruitful visit.

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140 years ago this week, the first Salesian Sisters' missionary expedition set out from the port of Genoa, Italy. Here's how the Sisters marked the occasion in Genoa.

 

On November 14, 2017, the provincial community and the directors of the Province of “ Madonna del Buon Consiglio” of the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians (FMA) met before the ancient port of Genoa on a barge near the famous Aquarium to commemorate a historical date: November 14, 1877, the day that led the FMA beyond the borders of Europe, transposing the charism of Don Bosco and Mother Mazzarello to the Americas.

Wednesday, 15 November 2017 16:14

Inspiring Thornleigh Student wins 'Diana Award'

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Jonathan Wright, a 6th Form student at Thornleigh Salesian College, has won a national award recognising his inspiring work in the school and wider community to improve lives. The College tells his story:

 

For some time now, The Diana Award has enabled and supported thousands of young people to take positive action, by getting involved in their local communities. This award recognises their hard work, dedication and commitment to bring about change.


Earlier this year, we nominated Jonathan Wright, who was at that time, a student in Year 12 at Thornleigh Salesian College Sixth Form. Over the years, Jonathan has had a huge impact on the growth and effectiveness of our School Council. He has led campaigns on anti-bullying, recycling, reducing litter and healthy eating, to name but a few. In 2016, he was elected as Bolton’s Youth MP, leading campaigns on improving mental health services for the young and raising awareness of mental health issues amongst the young with his campaign, “Be Kind to my Mind.”


Just before the end of the summer term, we learnt that Jonathan’s work, within the local community and here at Thornleigh, had been recognised with a Diana Award. The ceremony was held at the Leeds College of Music on November 9th.


“A Diana Award holder upholds the values that Princess Diana governed her life by; compassion, kindness and service. The young role models from around the world are honoured with this award for selflessly transforming the lives of others. They are going above and beyond in their daily lives to create and sustain positive change”

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Fr Kevin O'Donnell SDB describes a recent visit to Calais, to help in a warehouse storing supplies for refugees.

 

On Saturday 11th November, nine of us from Salesian Chertsey went to Calais to help out in the huge warehouse there which supplies basic materials to the many hundreds of refugees still encamped around Calais to stop them dying of the cold or hunger.

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There are several exciting opportunities to join the staff at St John Bosco College, in its state-of-the-art building in the heart of Battersea.

Talented individuals are being sought as teachers of English and Media, Science, and Music. There are also vacancies for a Teaching Assistant and a Pastoral Lead, and for an Assistant Headteacher, to take a leading role in the school's onging development.

Further details are on our Job Vacancies page, or visit the St John Bosco College Website for full details and application documents.

Monday, 13 November 2017 11:45

Celebrating Bl Artimide Zatti

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On 13th November, we celebrate the memorial of Blessed Artimide Zatti, a Salesian Brother who dedicated his life to caring for the sick poor in Argentina.

Wednesday, 08 November 2017 15:17

Thornleigh Yr 7s visit Provincial House

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Bernadette from Don Bosco Publications tells students how our founder valued good books

 

During the first term of each year, SDBs and staff at Provincial House have the opportunity to meet Year 7 students from Thornleigh Salesian College, Bolton, when groups visit us to find out what everyone does over here.

Friday, 10 November 2017 15:12

Remembrance Day tribute by Chertsey students

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Art Club members from Salesian School Chertsey, and their teacher, created a beautiful tribute for Remembrance Day. Sixth Form Chaplain Fr Kevin O'Donnel SDB describes what they did.

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