- GCSE Results 2016
- A-Level & BTEC Results 2015
- Achievement Evening 2015
- Early Closure for Open Evening - 29th Sep 2016
- Year 11 Information
- Caribbean Evening
- Turnstyles Academy comes to Holy Family
- Cambridge University
- School Expansion Consultation
- A Level Drama Performances
- Jack Petchey Awards
- INSET Day - 7th December
- Alice in Wonderland
- Sixth Form Open Evening
- Year 10 Work Experience
- Spring Table Top Sale
- Investors in People - Gold Status
- Year 9 Boys Borough Champions
- Dr.Stone visits Buckingham Palace
- Achievement Evening 2016
- A Level and BTEC results 2016
- The Great Fire of London Project
- So you want to be a doctor....?
- Pupil Leadership Team
- HFCS hosts Dutch teachers
- You're Hired
- Sixth Form Open Evening
- Christmas letter from Dr. Stone
- Ski Trip 2017
- Media Studies Trip to Disneyland Paris 2017
- Great Sporting Success
- Cairo School Visit
- IET Faraday Challenge
- Geography British Library Trip
- St. Patrick's Party
- Jack Petchey Winner
- Netball News
- Shining Success
- Student Vs Staff Sport
- Ice Hockey Success
- Parliamentary Reception
- Bouygues 2017
- BT Sports Trip
- Last Mass in Wiseman Chapel
- Holy Family Needs You!
- New Prefect Team
- Contributions Needed for Summer Fair!
- CALLING ALL STAFF, SIXTH FORMERS AND PARENTS
- Letter from Waltham Forest Secondary Heads
- Happy Summer Holidays! Summer Letter
- Summer School - Places Available
Jessica and I were privileged enough to have been invited to the CAFOD MP Correspondent Annual Parliamentary Reception which was held in the Speaker's House. As politics students, we were ecstatic to have this opportunity open to us at it has given us an insight on what Parliament is like as well as has given us the opportunity to talk to MPs about their work. We were very excited to see the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow and several other MPs including Rob Flello.
In their speeches, they talked about their experiences of working alongside CAFOD in less developed countries and how the organisation can help improve the quality of life in the region. The main issue which was discussed throughout the evening was about climate change and how it will affect those less developed countries in the future.
It was interesting to realise that despite the political differences between Parliamentarians, there was an agreed consensus that evening that climate change is a real issue which we must tackle in order to have a sustainable future for the next generation.
Overall, it was a fantastic experience and has motivated us to do well in our A Levels so that we can (hopefully!) come back to Parliament in the future not as guests, but rather employees!
Princess (Sixth Form Politics Student)