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Thank you for the interest you have shown in our school. This website is intended as an introduction to the life and work of Guardian Angels School in all its various aspects. It is our mission to give the children the best possible education while they attend Guardian Angels School, in order to prepare them for life in the society of the 21st century. We strive to provide a quality education. There are high expectations, excellent teaching and a secure, stimulating environment.

We aim to foster a spirit of justice and universal brotherhood in accordance with the message of the Gospel and the teaching of the Church. A positive attitude to learning is developed, so that we lay firm foundations for learning and we strive to create a culture of achievement for all. We are committed to the making of opportunities that will enable all children to succeed. We do this by generating feelings of self-worth and mutual respect, and by establishing the school at the heart of the local community. I hope that the time your child spends at our school will be very happy and productive. We very much look forward to working in partnership with you. If you have any queries about our school, do not hesitate to contact me.

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Over 100 5th grade students participated in a project that provided friendship and social interaction for the veterans living at the Charlotte Hall Veteran’s Home. The students visited the veterans and invited them to events at our school, made cards, listened and learned the wealth of knowledge the veterans were able to share. Meet a recognized community need: The veteran’s home is just 2 miles from our school. The students were aware that many veterans who reside at the home are lonely, depressed and rarely visited. They felt that since these men and women are members of our community, members who provided a service for our country, that it was our responsibility to help with their need for friendship. Achieve curricular objectives: The students were required to write letters to the veterans. Biography is a genre that the students are required to study, therefore, they read a biography to each of the veterans.