8G had the rare privilege earlier this year of meeting a priest who is working, in secret, in a country that is averse to Christianity.
Our most notable fundraising event of the year - on behalf of the Don Bosco Ashalayam for street children in Kolkata - is Rag Day.
Surrey County Council, in partnership with the National Autistic Society (NAS) is proposing to develop a specialist resource centre at Salesian with places for up to 20 young people with autism.
Junior, Senior and Sixth Form choirs as well as staff, solo musicians and a team of drummers all entertained a hall full of parents and students at the end of term, and all under our brand new stage lighting.
Our termly newsletter has been designed for viewing on screens rather than printing. It's chock full of all our latest news and events of the Spring term.
We have received a second outstanding inspection grade from the Diocese in our Section 48 inspection in March.
In March, we open the Sixth Form to Year 11 students from Salesian and other schools.
A very successful night was organised by Tina Wright to raise money for the children of Don Bosco Ashalayam.
Our annual visit to the Salesian centres in Kolkata took place last month. Needless to say, the visits to the Don Bosco Ashalayam homes were very moving.
The months of dry slope training finally yielded results, as Year 10 - and some of their teachers - took to the slopes in Saalbach, Austria, during February half term 2014.