Report

The displacement of populations around the world reached unprecedented levels last year, according to the recently published Annual Report of the Jesuit Refugee Service. 2017, the report claims, was a year of “massive humanitarian need caused by the highest levels of forced displacement ever recorded”.According to the Annual Report, children accounted for “half of those on the move”. In its effort to respond to this, the JRS, “building on centuries of Jesuit expertise in the field of education...
Wimbledon College Chaplain James Potter, with a group of Sixth form boys
The Jesuit ethos features strongly in the Section 48 Southwark Diocesan Inspection Report which took place at Wimbledon College in July.The report graded the college overall as “Outstanding” which is an improvement from “Good” at the last inspection. One sixth form pupil stated, “it is the constant desire to get better that makes us outstanding”.The proportion of the 1265 boys aged 11-18 years old at the school who are baptized Catholics is 93.6% with 35% being recruited from the 5 feeder...