Convent of Jesus and Mary Language College
An Outstanding Catholic School

Good News



Student(s) involved






Roshnee Caeiro Rodrigues, 13S

Jack Petchey Award Winner (Jan 2017).


Layan Mekky, 7M & Patricia Timbal, 9G

Won the Track Academy Award at the Jack Petchey celebration evening.


Year 10/11 Football Team

Won their match, beating Claremont School.


Eight year 10 students

They have started the Urban Scholars Programme with Brunel University.


The YTA group

They delivered some fantastic assemblies to all year groups, informing others about the importance of road safety.


Negwan Khalil, Doyinsola Lawal, Ecilla Enninful, Lourassa Campbell, Beth Hipgrave, Samira Monteleone, Louise De St. Aubin, Leena Mahmoud, and the sixth form prefects and senior prefects


Helping at Parent’s evening last week as well as helping raise money for the Lourdes trip by selling raffle tickets and by speaking to year 11 girl’s parents about their sixth form journey so far.



Year 13 History Students

Their knowledge and behaviour was very much commended by the tour guides.


13 year 12 students

They have begun their Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award.


Year 8 students

The letters written by Y8 students to commemorate the Match Women received positive feedback on Twitter. Well done to the students concerned. These will be sent to the Old Match Factory demanding that they remember these heroes of history.


Whole school

On 25th January 2017 we were awarded The Fair Achiever Award which lasts until 25th January 2020. This award is the final step in the Fairtrade Schools Award. It shows that, as a school, we have fully embedded Fairtrade into our daily life and work to raise awareness of Fairtrade in our local community.


Natalia Garcia 10R, Thais Alves 10R, Liase Gayle 7C, Favour Anyalewechi 7F

Our First Cross Country team went to Harrow School to compete, they did very well considering the wet and muddy conditions.


Year 9 & 10 students

Were commended for their exemplary behaviour at the careers and H.E. fair on the 8th Feb.


Andrea Toma and Rawdat Quadri, Year 10

For performing phenomenal speeches at the Jack Petchey “Speak Out” Challenge 2017. They both selected topics which were very close to their hearts and really touched the hearts of the audience members. They presented eloquently and sophisticatedly and have made themselves and their school very proud!


Year 10 Food Technology Students, especially Bo Lou Davison Year 10W, Diana  Arlauskaite 10R and Nyla and Nazia Roderigues, 10W


They all attended a trip to Lakefield and the girls mentioned won prizes and medals for their cake decorating competition.






w/c 06/03/2017



Achievement/ Good News

Samira Monteleone

Appointed as Deputy of the Brent Youth Parliament on Saturday 25th February 2017.


Year 11 Football Team

Year 11 won both of their games against Ark Academy and Kingsbury High School.


Teagan Ayres and Himashi Pereira 9V

A thank you letter has been received from the National Association of People Abused in Childhood for the £250 raised by Teagan Ayres and Himashi Pereira 9V.


Winner: Ifa Picton-Jones, 7M


Runners up: Syeda Fatima 7M, Camille Magboo 7M and Chenique Campbell  7B

Thanks to all the girls who completed a ‘Rate your date’ book review. The raffle was won by Ifa Picton-Jones, 7M who received a £10 book token. Syeda Fatima 7M, Camille Magboo 7M and Chenique Campbell  7B were runners up, each receiving a set of pens and a notebook

Whole school

There was really good attendance and punctuality during assessment week which shows students valued this opportunity.


Year 12 Lourdes Group

Well done the sixth form Lourdes group who participated in making pancakes to raise money for their trip! They did and amazing job and raised just under £90.00!





w/c 13-03-17



Achievement/ Good News


  • Elizabeta Ranxburgaj
  • Francisca Teixeira

These two girls have reached the final part of the selection process for the Sutton Trust/ Fulbright USA residential summer school.

This is a fantastic achievement as a field of 1000 candidates nationwide has been reduced to just 170.

The process involved making a video and writing a very lengthy application.

Given that there are 150 places to go to The USA in the summer we are hopeful.

We wish them the best of luck.


  • All involved with the Spring Concert 2017

What a fantastic concert and array of talents from the girls! There has been lots of positive feedback!


  • Year 9 Football Team

Well done to the Year 9 Football Team who won 3-2 against St Thomas Moore School last Monday.


  • Year 10

The Year 10s have started the skipping practice for their sponsored mass skip as part of their lent fundraiser. We wish them all the best.


  • 32 students in Y7/8

32 students in Y7/8 have been selected to take part in a workshop on Wednesday 15th March 2017, with author Nigel Smith (Author of Nathalia Buttface and the Most Embarrassing Dad in the World) following the Advent Readathon. Well done girls!


  • Alexandra Rowsome, 9L

She will be competing in the World Championships of Irish Dancing in Dublin over the Easter break. Well done and best of luck, Alex!



Good News – w/c 24th April 2017


Students/ people involved

Good news/ achievements

All students

Congratulations on a phenomenal fundraising effort during Lent!


Y7/8 did a pyjama walk which created a tremendous atmosphere on the way to and throughout Roundwood Park.


Y9 showed impressive commitment to donating the money they would have spent on treats during Lent. Special praise for 9W who raised the most money in the year group and reached their £100 target first! 


Y10 are now proficient at skipping!


Y11 made beautiful mirrors.


Y12/13 made fresh batch pancakes to order and those went down a treat for all who purchased.

Year 9 Football Team

Well done to the Y9 footballers who are borough champions for the 3rd year in a row.  They are now one win away from playing at Loftus Road Stadium!


Mr James

Well done to Mr James who completed a 35 mile marathon in South Africa over the Easter break, and completed the London Marathon on Sunday!

Francisca Teixeira and Elizabeta Ranxburgaj 

These girls were shortlisted for the Sutton Trust Fulbright Scheme. Amazingly they were both successful and will spend their summer at either Yale or MIT in the USA!  There were over one thousand applicants and our two wonderful girls made the cut!