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  • Year 7 Book Fest Trip

    Year 7 Book Fest Trip
    28th March 2019

    On Thursday 21st March, a group of Year 7 students had the opportunity to see the author and poet Michael Rosen perform some of his stories and poems at Birmingham Town Hall for World Poetry Day. The performance was packed full of hilarious tales from Rosen’s own childhood, and the former Children’s Laureate also shared some of his tips with the students on how to write great stories of their own. Read More

  • Sixth Form First Aid Training

    Sixth Form First Aid Training
    28th March 2019

    Following on from Year 12's success with their First Aid, Year 13 really embraced this vital training opportunity. Our trainer John Forgarty, a past Campion student, modelled and explained all ofthe skills superbly. All Year 13 students received their certificates and covered a wide range of topics including: Chocking, Chest Pains, Read More

  • Campion Girls Reach Quarter Cup Final!

    Campion Girls Reach Quarter Cup Final!
    28th March 2019

    After a long break off the girls were back in action in the quarter final of the cup. It was a very one sided game with campion having the majority of possession throughout the game. Unfortunately campion were let down by their finishing and couldn’t find the back of the net even though they had numerous chances in both halves. Read More

  • Fourth Sunday of Lent

    Fourth Sunday of Lent
    28th March 2019

    The Gospel this Sunday is one of the best-known parables of Jesus. Every student is our schools primary and secondary would have a go a telling this story and not leaving anything out. Rembrandt’s painting above was one of the last paintings he did before his death. Read More

  • Pope Francis’ Intentions for April

    Pope Francis’ Intentions for April
    28th March 2019

    The Holy Father has designated April as a month for pray for doctors and their collaborators in war zones who risk their lives to save the lives of others. These individuals bring their skills to areas of war and violence with the aim of offering treatment to lessen peoples’ agony of body, mind, and spirit. Read More

  • Third Sunday of Lent

    Third Sunday of Lent
    25th March 2019

    The Gospel this Sunday is divided into two parts. Faced with a number of situations, Jesus’ answer is the same that “unless you repent you will all perish as they did.” Jesus then tells them the parable of the barren fig tree. Upon first reading it makes sense on one level. Jesus however told his parables to encourage the reader to dig for a deeper meaning Read More

  • Pope Francis’ Intentions for March

    Pope Francis’ Intentions for March
    25th March 2019

    Recognition of the Right of Christian Communities That Christian communities, especially those who are persecuted, feel that they are close to Christ and have their rights respected. Fund Raising All of our students are busy fund raising. Read More

  • Year 9 Visit The National Exhibition Centre

    Year 9 Visit The National Exhibition Centre
    25th March 2019

    Year 9 ventured out to the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham on Friday morning, This allowed the year group to explore The Big Bang Science Fair as part of Super Learning Day. The Big Bang Fair is the largest celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) for young people in the UK. Read More

  • Campionites Triumph In Catholic Schools Swimming Gala

    Campionites Triumph In Catholic Schools Swimming Gala
    25th March 2019

    A mixture of year 7 and 8 boys girls participated in the Catholic schools swimming Gala at Cardinal Wiseman school on Thursday 21st March. Several excellent performances were displayed with pupils achieving 1st and 2nd in several of the disciplines. Read More

  • Super Learning Day – ‘Making Revision Stick’

    Super Learning Day – ‘Making Revision Stick’
    25th March 2019

    Year 12 and 13 students attended a revision session focused on an interleaved approach to revision. Sixth formers were shown how to break up their huge topic areas of A level study into more manageable chunks and translate these into a randomised revision schedule. Read More