Upper Sixth Celebrate Final Mass before Exams
Last week, our Upper Sixth Formers celebrated their last Mass before the start of the public examination period.
A Vaughan tradition, the Mass was led by Monsignor Roger Reader. It included readings from Head Boy Samuel and Head Girl Florence and provided an opportunity for pupils to reflect on their journey through the school.
Mr Stubbings, Headmaster, and Ms Whelan, Associate Head and Head of the Upper School, both gave addresses and implored pupils to keep hold of the strong values that have surrounded them throughout their time at the school and to cherish their lifelong place in the Vaughan community.
The Mass was also attended by a number of parents, also providing them with an opportunity to reflect on their association with the Vaughan.
We are also so fortunate to have a wonderful group of dedicated pupil altar servers here at Cardinal Vaughan. Their commitment is second to none, and we so appreciate their service to the school community.
Pictured are Jamie and Kyrullos, who both served at the Upper Sixth Leavers Mass last week alongside Monsignor Roger Reader.
Wishing all our Upper Sixth all the very best for the coming weeks.