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NHS Transition Evening

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If you are a young person who will soon be moving to adult health services, or a parent / carer of a young person who will be moving to adult services, there is a Transition Evening on Tuesday 12th November, from 6pm to 8pm, at Sheffield Town Hall. This is your opportunity to meet a range of teams from mental health services, young people’s support services, local authority services, voluntary services, and more. More details are given on the flyer below.

 

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Young Chaplaincy Leaders

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The first meeting of the Hallam Young Chaplaincy leaders recently took place at St Bernard's school in Rotherham. Three of our Year 8 students met up with students from the other Catholic schools in the Diocese for the first time. They spent the day together having fun, praying together and talking about different ways they can put their faith into action. The next meeting is in December.

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Caring for the Memorial Garden

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Some students form Notre Dame's 1804 Society recently took it upon themselves to tidy up the school's Memorial Garden. This is a special place where staff and students go to reflect, and to pray for relatives and friends who have passed away. It is also a place where we as a school remember the former staff and students from Notre Dame who have died. Each deceased member of staff and student has a plaque displayed on the memorial garden wall in their memory. The 1804 Socioety chose to do this because the area had become overgrown and they wanted to make it look more attractive for those who visit.

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Plaiting Hair for Bluebell Wood

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Martha in Y9 decided she wanted to raise money for the Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, so she plaited hair in school for students and some staff! She raised a total of £26.10 and visited the hospice with Charlotte and Suzanne to hand over the cheque.

Well done Martha!