Today we celebrated the Feast Day of Father Gailhac, the founder of the RSHM order, who in the 1840’s in France recognized a need to empower young women and bring the love of God into their lives. He was a prolific letter writer, offering support and inspiration to the early Sisters of the RSHM who went on to devote their lives to schools, orphanages, and social causes, always serving those on the margin. If his messages could be boiled down to their essence, he repeats “courage and zeal” often throughout his leadership and letters. That same sentiment is, I believe, at the heart of Marymount London today. There is no better way to celebrate his work and his example than by living that same spirit each day!
‘May God be in everything you do. Therefore, seize hold of God by the intensity of your faith, stay close to him by your trust, and identify yourself with him through your love.’
Fr. Jean Gailhac
Middle School Reading Challenge
Ms Openshaw is running a middle school reading challenge which takes place once a month in Room 8 at 12.15. The first session is next Thursday 31st January where a picnic lunch will be provided. Your daughter needs to email Ms Openshaw on email@example.com by next Tuesday 29th January to confirm her attendance.
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Marymount Book Exchange
During lunchtime on the 31st January and 1st February, Ms Richter’s Grade 9 advisor group has organised Marymount’s first book exchange! All students and teachers are encouraged to bring in a book in any language and swap it with someone else. Books can be dropped off ahead of next week’s event, either with Ms Richter in the Gailhac staffroom or in the Book Exchange drop-off box, located outside the Dining Hall.
Click here to see the Hairspray rehearsal schedule.
Click here to book tickets if you’re a Parent or Guardian. When booking tickets, use the access code 1955 when prompted.
Students can book their tickets (no cost) by visiting Ms Francis at Reception in the Main House.
If you are having trouble or need a boost in any subject, let Ms. Forrest know if you’re interested in peer tutoring and she can arrange for a high school student to help!
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Would you be interested in learning to play the clarinet or the saxophone?
If so, please email Miss Stockall – firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for the Weekly Calendar w/e 1 February