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Rebecca: tailor in motion (JRS Series #12)


“When you’re called a #refugee, most people don’t understand. Even for us, the word ‘refugee’ sounds bad. If (my home) DRC had peace at the time, I would not have...



Igniting excellence in education through Ignatian formation


The Education Commission of the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) has launched a programme designed to address the various formation needs of Jesuit primar...



Meet the Schools who are Implementing the Red Chair Project around the World!


Canada, The United States, Ecuador and Spain are some of the countries that have implemented the Red Chair Project so far. With creative ideas and resources, the ...



“As a Jesuit school, we do what we say” – (Teaching and Learning in Context: Blog...


Our Director of Campus, Adam Lewis, has challenged the entire school to have the courage to do what we say; to act in a way that is faithful to the ethos of our s...



Jeanette: entrepreneur in Motion (JRS Series #11)


Jeannette is a #refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo living in Kampala, #Uganda. She attended the JRS business class that gave her the tools and the skil...



Can the Right to Education Truly be Fulfilled?


It is necessary to cry out in favor of education for all. It is essential to convince with data and figures that education is the most important condition for pro...



Discerning knowing from learning: Globally speaking, what does it mean to be successful...


Learning and the application of learning to diverse contexts is at the heart of the Ignatian education experience 2016 was an extraordinary year for the unsung, t...



75th anniversary celebrations of St Xavier’s School, Jaipur


The closing ceremony of the platinum jubilee of St. Xavier’s Senior Secondary School, Jaipur had a rich programme, including a school dance troupe led by Dr...



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