A school rooted in its community can be a force for the common good

A school rooted in its community can be a force for the common good

A school rooted in its community can be a force for the common good

A school rooted in its community can be a force for the common good

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    COMMON GOOD SCHOOLS PROGRAMME

    • Ten lessons

    • Ten assemblies

    • Community engagement

    What Teachers Say:

    The Common Good Schools programme encourages pupils and teachers to join with their community in a really positive way.

    K.Gold, Cardinal Heenan Catholic High, Leeds

    It has been a joy to be using the Common Good School programme and would highly recommend it to other church schools. It supports our SIAMS requirements as a school to develop Christian Character and serve our local community.

    Rev Susy Dand Chaplain, Bishop Ramsey School, Ruislip

    The programme has enhanced our Personal Development curriculum for students, providing them with a deeper appreciation of church social teaching and an authentic understanding of the human person.  All of this has made a significant contribution to the Catholic life of the school.

    Paul Dunne Headteacher of St John Bosco College, Battersea

    We would highly recommend the CGS programme to any church school as it supports our school ethos and the wider ethos of Church schools. Our learners enjoy the varied activities and it offers them a key opportunity to develop their 'talk for life' skills.

    Musenga Mumbi, Teacher, St Marylebone CE The Bridge School (SEND), London

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