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  • News to share about an Old boy of FCHS - Mark Thornberry

    Published 19/09/17

    News has been shared with us this week regarding Mark Thornberry, an old boy of FCHS, who has been diagnosed with terminal cancer.

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  • Best GCSE Results Ever

    Published 24/08/17

    We are delighted with the GCSE level results achieved by the students at Finchley Catholic High School this year which demonstrate a sharp rise on previous years on key measures and represent our best results ever.

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  • Outstanding A Level Results

    Published 17/08/17

    We are delighted with the A level results achieved by the students at Finchley Catholic High School this year which demonstrate a sharp rise on the previous three years and the best progress score on record.

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  • Results Days 2017

    Published 24/07/17

    Please check below for the dates and times for collection of GCSE and A Level results

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  • Poetry by Heart and Short Story Competitions

    Published 21/07/17

    Now in its third year, Finchley’s Poetry by Heart Competition yielded four outstanding finals this year: certainly the best so far.  

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  • FCHS Mock Election Results

    Published 18/07/17

    On the 18th July students were given the opportunity to express their views on current political issues in a mock general election. 

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  • FCHS Summer Camp

    Published 18/07/17

    FCHS Activity Camp will be running from the 24th July - 18th August. 

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  • Music Showcase 2017

    Published 11/07/17

    The Music department has celebrated the end of the year with the Summer Showcase on Monday night.

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  • Duke of Edinburgh 2017…Into the Wild!

    Published 07/07/17

    On a beautiful Saturday morning they gathered, rucksack-clad and journey bound. The Duke of Edinburgh adventurers set off on their practice weekend on 13th May; approximately 80 of them. The DofE practice weekend and expedition are just one aspect of the Duke of Edinburgh award; students must also engage in volunteering and a range of other activities over the course of the year. The combination of volunteering and ultimately the expedition is exceedingly beneficial to students’ development and really instils in them a sense of responsibility; which is all too often neglected in the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

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  • Music Showcase

    Published 07/07/17

    Please see below posters for the Music Showcase taking place on the 10th July.

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