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Feast of the Ascension

This week the church celebrated the solemn feast of the ascension which accounts for Jesus’s ascension into heaven following his crucifixion and Jesus’s promise to remain with us always. Read More

Amazing Art

Students had the opportunity to experience and get inspired by Art in both the Tate Modern and the Tate Britain this half-term. Read More

French Exchange

Thank you to our 21 Ursuline students (and their parents / carers!) who have hosted 9 boys and 12 girls from our Partner Ursuline School in Bayonne, France in the last week of the Spring term. Read More

Passion Services

On Tuesday 26th March we held our Passion services for the whole school. The theme of our Passion Service this year was “The Eyes Of Mercy” in which we focused on the immeasurable love and forgiveness that Christ has for us. Read More

DofE Award

A big shout out to our Year 10 Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award students – I am proud to say we have 63 students spending this year learning and developing new skills, culminating in the qualifying expedition in June. Read More

Royal Albert Hall

What an extraordinary evening of music to celebrate Merton Music's long-awaited return to The Royal Albert Hall recently! Read More

Mary Garden Redevlopment

The Mary Garden continues to be an ongoing success during Spring B Term, as students work hard with our two lead gardeners, Luciana and Margo, to develop this beautiful space. Read More

International Women's Day 2024

We celebrated this year's International Women’s Day (8th March 2024) with a conference held on Tuesday 5th March, for the sixth form and Year 9 and 10 student leaders. This year's theme was “The power of Memory: a celebration and reflection on the female story”. Read More

Piecing Me Together

Year 9 were asked to create a series of collages which represent and show different aspects of their personality and identity, as part of their work on their studied novel 'Piecing Me Together'. Read More

Friendships Are Key!

Memories of your friendships made in school, alongside the guidance and support you can receive from these have immense value, and often stay with you for life! Read More

Raising Aspirations

On 27th February, Year 10 students on the Raising Aspirations Programme visited King's College University in Central London! Read More

Lent: Faith in Action

On the week beginning 19th February, Mr Cunliffe our school Chaplain and some of our Head Leadership Team launched our Lent 2024 activities plan… Read More

Feast of St Blaise

Ahead of the Feast of St Blaise, Ursuline High School conducted a service for the choir where we asked the intercession of St Blaise (the patron of sicknesses of the throat) to protect and keep their throats healthy for singing. Read More

Christmas Fairs

Year 7-9 have been embracing the Christmas spirit as they have held their Christmas Fairs over the past week or two. With Year 7 selling to Year 8, Year 8 selling to Year 9, and Year 9 selling to Year 7! Read More

Christmas Gift Appeal

Our Christmas gifts are on their way to the Catholic Children’s Society to be distributed to children across London who are facing hardship. Read More

The Garden Museum

This term, the Eco Team attended The Garden Museum in Lambeth for an eco-wellbeing retreat led by one of the staff members at the centre. Read More

Great Ormand Street 100k

A huge congratulations to Silvia 10T who took part in 'Run 100k in September' with Mr Ching, in aid of Great Ormand Street Hospital Children’s Charity! Read More

Pray For Peace

Insightful displays and informative activities from our library as part of our Remembrance Day commemorations this week! Students also took part in a form time liturgy this morning. Read More

UPA Film Night

Our Year 7 virtue focus for Autumn term is 'Insieme', which is the Italian translation for 'together'. Read More

All Saints Day

On Wednesday 1st November, we celebrated Mass for the feast of All Saints - our Catholic Holy Day of obligation! Read More

Inclusive Quality Mark

In July, we were awarded the centre of excellence for Inclusive Quality mark (IQM) and we have since received our logo and plague for us to display. We now join a IQM Cluster group to which we will work with a network of Schools to support and guide other school on their equalities work. Read More

Coronation Dinner

Ms Waters attended a dinner at the Baitul Futuh Mosque in Morden on 27th April, in honour of King Charles III Coronation. Read More

Fantastic Facilities

Rt Hon Nick Gibb Minister of State at the Department for Education, and Mr Stephen Hammond MP for Wimbledon met staff and students today to celebrate the implementation of the Ursuline T Level provision. Read More

Everyday Sexism

Laura Bates talks to our Year 12s and Year 10s about Everyday Sexism, Men who hate Women and why we all need to speak out against sexism and misogyny Read More

Acting Headteacher

We are delighted to announce the Governors have appointed Mr Eoin Kelly to the role of Acting Headteacher for the academic year commencing in September 2023 following the retirement of Ms Waters in August. Read More
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Be gentle and compassionate.
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