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"Gunnersbury Catholic School is a thriving, vibrant and caring learning community within which pupils are stretched intellectually and foster a love of learning, whilst feeling valued, happy and safe" (OFSTED)

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  • Gunnersbury Covid-Safe Open Day Update-Live on Tuesday 29th September 2020

    Published 11/09/20

    We are delighted to announce that our Virtual Open Day will be live online from Tuesday 29th September.

    We cannot wait to share with you the wide range of wonderful activities that take place within our school. We will also inform you of the many opportunities available to your son here at Gunnersbury to help him reach his potential academically, spiritually and socially.     

    Please fill out the form below to enable us to send through our link to the Virtual Open Day next Tuesday, our online prospectus and any further important and relevant information.

    Thank you and we look forward to getting in touch with you soon.

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  • Welcome Back

    Published 17/09/20

    The governors, leadership and all staff at Gunnersbury send a warm welcome back to all of our students. We are delighted to see you.

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  • September 2020 Start Times

    Published 27/08/20

    It will be essential that we enable students to reintegrate into school and be made aware of the altered school environment before they return to a full school timetable.

    We will therefore have the following year groups in school with their tutors on the following days:

     

    Year 7: Friday 4th September 10am to 2pm

    Year 8: Friday 4th September 9.30am to 11.30am

    Year 9: Thursday 3rd September 9.30am to 11.30am

    Year 10: Thursday 3rd September 8.30am to 10.30am

    Year 11: Wednesday 2nd September 9.30am to 11.30am (year 11 will start lessons on Thursday 3rd September)

    Year 12: Monday 7th September 9.30am to 12.30pm (year 12 lessons start on Tuesday 8th September)

    Year 13: Wednesday 2nd September 10.30am to 12.30pm (Year 13 lessons to start on Thursday 3rd September)

     

    During these sessions students will receive information regarding their timetable and the health and safety arrangements. Students will be required to wear full school uniform.

     

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  • Would you like to join Gunnersbury Sixth Form?

    Published 22/07/20

    Come and study with us.  Places available for September 2020 start

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  • Year 11 Enrichment and Transition Work

    Published 17/07/20

    Year 11 Enrichment and Transition Work

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  • School closure due to Covid-19

    Published 27/03/20
    The school is closed in response to the Covid-19 situation.  We pray for all within our community and their families.  Pope Francis' prayer for protection is below.  He has asked all Catholics to pray together for those affected
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  • Gunnersbury's Mock Trial- The Queen v Ari Roberts

    Published 07/03/20
    Over the last few months our Key Stage Three students have been busy preparing for the mock trial court case regarding  Ari Roberts who was said to  intentionally damage the office building of Y Energy, by spraying the wall w
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  • Sporting success!

    Published 05/03/20
    This week a number of our Key Stage Three students competed at the National Indoor Rowing Championships held at the Copper Box Arena.  It was a fantastic opportunity for students to fight for their place on the leader board at a such a huge
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  • Youth Speaks Winners!

    Published 04/03/20
    On Friday 29th February three members of our debating team took part in the regional final of the Rotary Youth Speaks competition.  Having previously won the Hounslow heat the pressure was on to deliver in the regional final.  The boys
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  • World Book Day celebrations

    Published 04/03/20
    The English department looked like something out of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory this week as the main building was filled with the sweet smell of cakes!  From versions of the witches in 'Macbeth' to 'Frankenstein' and '
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