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  1. Aquinas Geography Teachers put themselves on the map

    Jason Sawle and Katie Hall from Esri UK were at Aquinas recently, courtesy of the Royal Geographical Society, to train geography teachers from across the Six College Consortium and other North West schools and colleges, on ArcGIS. ArcGIS is a geographic information system for working with maps and geographic information.

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  2. Andy Bailey article

    Why is Pastoral Care so important?

    Aquinas College’s director of Pastoral Care Andy Bailey has written an excellent article on the importance of pastoral care. Please click on the link to read the article from the Moor magazine, ‘Why Pastoral Care is so important’. ‘…We focus on the mind-set required by students to deal not just

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  3. Angela Rayner MP

    Angela Rayner MP visits Aquinas

    On Friday 17th November, Aquinas College was treated to a special guest Member of Parliament! Angela Rayner, current MP for Ashton-under-Lyne was invited to speak to a busy lecture theatre of students. She provided an insight into her own career journey and how she managed to become one of the most

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  4. Jess Sky Dive

    Jess’s skydive to success!

    Well done to Aquinas college student Jess Butterworth. Her proud mum Nicola said, “Jess completed her tandem skydive jump on Saturday and very bravely jumped from 15,000 ft. I can’t thank everyone enough for all the support and donations. It was the most amazing experience for her and I’ve never

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  5. Teachers of tomorrow

    Teachers of Tomorrow

    PGCE trainee teachers at Aquinas College lead a session for students on the Teachers of Tomorrow programme. This is a programme for students who have expressed an interest in teaching. Challenge Yourself “There are 9 PGCE students and together we ran one lesson on the roles and responsibilities of a

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Why do so many students want to come to Aquinas?

A real sense of community and cohesion exists here that isn't present anywhere else. So many different people come together to make an incredible atmosphere that really demonstrates the diverse and familiar vibe of Aquinas
Amy (student)