Monthly Archives: March 2016

Students from all year groups stunned the audience with a series of spectacular dance displays at the Robert Ludlam Theatre. There were group and solo performances in a variety of styles from street dance to expressive at our annual dance show, which was called Let’s Dance ‘16 this year. The audience was also treated to […]

Students in Years 11, 12 and 13 were given the opportunity to find out more about their futures at a Careers Fair in school. Representatives from universities, employers, training providers and our own Captivation Salon filled the Savannah Suite. Lydia Gretton, Careers Co-ordinator at Saint Benedict CVA, said: “This is the biggest Careers Fair that […]

Saint Benedict Catholic Voluntary Academy has been named a ‘Champion School’ by the National Citizen Service after being selected from thousands of schools across the country. The school has excelled at motivating students to take up extracurricular activities, specifically encouraging young people to attend the two or four-week programme during their term breaks, leading to […]

We are holding our annual Careers Fair in school on Thursday 10th March 2016 in the Savannah Suite, North Block. The purpose of the Careers Fair is to allow students from Years 11, 12 and 13 to have the opportunity, within the school day, to talk to various representatives from Universities, Training providers, Apprenticeship providers, […]

Students and teachers celebrated World Book Day 2016 in style this year. Teachers made a great effort and came into school dressed as the character from their favourite book. The whole day was based around the theme ‘a festival of fiction’ and students enjoyed a variety of World Book Day activities. These included creating a […]

Two students at Saint Benedict Catholic Voluntary Academy have been named as runners-up in a national design competition for girls. Anisha Mohan, 16, and Donia John, 17, were one of three runners-up selected in the age 17-18 category in the Talent 2030 National Engineering Competition For Girls. Saint Benedict student Caitlin Ault, 14, was also […]