Salesian School held their first "World's biggest coffee morning" on Friday 26th of September organised by the House Team.
Year 11 students got a whole new perspective on the value of learning and speaking another language thanks to a talk from British Airways.
A Level Art and Photography students took advantage of the Indian Summer light and the sights of Brighton to inspire some new work.
Staff and students joined other representatives of Salesian schools and organisations across the UK to celebrate the Bicentenary of the birth of St John Bosco.
Year 7, 8 and 9 students attended Mr Browne’s summer Rugby Camp. The boys were put through their paces with expert coaching from semi-pro and pro rugby players.
Josie Haworth is the Head of Year 13 and shares her experiences during her first visit to Thailand with the school who annually take a group of students to visit TCT projects.
It's been another strong year for Salesian students, with 82% earning the benchmark five A*-C grades including English and Maths.
Each year the school takes a group of students to visit some of projects in Thailand. Rhian Morgans gives an insight into school life for some of the vulnerable migrant children in projects on the Burma border.
Father Andrew writes about his visit to Don Bosco Ashalayam this summer.
Seven students are off to medical school or Oxbridge after another bumper A Level Year.