The quiz night raised over £2000 in funds for school resources.
Each year, the different Salesian schools and colleges meet to compete in a variety of sports.
Crowning the statue of Our Lady with flowers in the month of May is a specifically Roman Catholic tradition which dates back many years.
A final Mass led by Fr Marco before half-term marked the official leaving day for our Sixth Form students.
In the midst of their GCSE exams, our Year 11 students had a day of celebration and emotion, with an official Leaving Day.
Year 8 students had an adventure walking with llamas.
Salesian School has been approved to become a Teaching School, part of a national programme to train and develop teachers and school leaders, and lead school improvement in their areas through school-so-school support.
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.