Year 8s had a long weekend in a French chateau and the environs, practising their French in nearby tourist attractions and a street market.
In this week's morning break Bake Sales, the Fairtrade Committee raised over £70.
Year 9 and 10 pupils from Salesian School were taken by the School Chaplain Fr. Marco to a 24-hour residential retreat at St. Cassians retreat centre in Kintbury.
On Wednesday June 17th 2015, eleven pupils from Year 7 were taken by Fr. Marco the School Chaplain to the diocesan Good Shepherd Celebration at Worth Abbey.
The open evening for our exhibition of work by A Level and GCSE students is from 6.45 to 9pm on Thursday 2nd July.
Salesian School Choirs received £700 kindly donated by Waitrose, which will be used for choral workshops.
From 9th to 11th July, at 7pm each evening, you can be transported back to the days of the Wild West by coming to the Salesian School production of "Calamity Jane".
Our new building, the NAS Cullum Centre, has been supporting students with autism since September, but is now OFFICIALLY open!
Students across the school voted in a mock General Election. Candidates made speeches and policies were debated, a fun and informative experience for all!
The Computing and ICT department took a group of Year 9 and 10 students to Bletchley Park, the birthplace of modern computing and home of the Enigma code-breakers.