Salesian School attended the inaugural Secondary School Pilgrimage, organised by the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton.
Every year we take keen mathematicians from Years 7 to 10 to Sir William Perkins's School to compete in a range of challenges against other local schools
Salesian School Chertsey is proud to have achieved its goal of being officially designated a Fairtrade School by the Fairtrade Foundation.
Some of our Year 9 took part in games and outdoor activities at an event called "Make Some Noise", organised by the Salesian Youth Ministry team and volunteers.
Father Andrew Ebrahim was nominated for and has won an Eagle Radio Local Hero Award as Teacher of the Year.
Students weren't going to let Brexit stop their enthusiasm for a bit of European-themed baking, and the entries for our Bake-off were more striking and creative than ever!
Headteacher James Kibble welcomes students and parents back for a new term and outlines the year ahead
To celebrate the start of term, the Sixth Form Student Council organised an afternoon of games and activities.
Salesian School is part of the Xavier CET, a group of nine schools in the Diocese who work collaboratively for the benefit of all the children we serve.
Salesian Scholars went to see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in London. The production was an incredible spectacle