Mean and miserly Ebenezer Scrooge paid a visit to St Edmund Arrowsmith library today, to deliver a unique literacy concept to Year 7 and 8 pupils.
It’s that time of the year again; the hand-over of the mantle from the outgoing head boy and girl, Tony and Jade, to the newly appointed ones, Joe and Yasmin.
On Tuesday 6th June, at 11 o’clock, our school held a minute’s silence in remembrance to all those affected by the recent terror attacks in Manchester and London
Thursday 25th May 2017, will go down as a day where Wigan Schools football history was made, and we could not think of any better venue than the DW Stadium in Wigan to host such an event.
On Thursday 18th May, our third ROAR session took place, this time based on critical thinking.
On Tuesday 9th May, members of the ROAR group from Years 8 and 9 went on a trip to Liverpool University for the day.
Who - St John Rigby College and Year 7 What - First ROAR session for Year 7, the Research Project Launch When - Thursday May 4th (be with you!) Where - School Why - To teach us all about how humanity is destroying the planet...
Over the past five years, my year group and I have walked in to St Oswald's church many times to celebrate events in the Christian calendar.
Comic Club is an after-school club run by the librarian, Mrs Taylor, where pupils read a selection of graphic novels.
Liverpool University was a great experience for all of the Year 7 pupils who are doing the ROAR programme.
On Thursday 4th May, Sonja from the University of Manchester came to school to talk about languages and how they can help us in the future.
Between Friday 7th and Tuesday 11th April, the History department took a group of 41 to the German capital, Berlin, for four days of Nazi Germany and Cold War history.