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  1. We hope you will enjoy reading about Merton's year! 40 Years: Merton Women 1980-2020 Our year-long series of events and initiatives celebrating the achievements and contributions of women from across our community marks the 40th anniversary of the admission of women to the college.

  2. We offer a range of professional and wellbeing courses for adults over 19 at our Merton campus. Whether you want to get back into education, enhance your skills for work, start your own business or improve your wellbeing, we have a variety of part time courses available to suit all interests.

  3. Merton College invites applications for a SCR & Hall Assistant (Waiter/Waitress) to perform various catering related duties to a high standard for all College members and visitors to the College. Working a 40-hour week, normally over 5 days a week, applicants will be required to work up to three split shifts a week including evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays.

  4. My Merton magazine. Is this page useful? Yes No. Social media menu. Footer menu. Benefits, Council Tax and housing; Births, marriages and deaths; Business and consumers;

  5. It was founded in 1880 as St. Joseph's Commercial School by the Sisters of St. Joseph and was renamed to Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School in honour of the American monk Thomas Merton and in 1986, the present school, Bishop Francis Marrocco Catholic Secondary School was established, though the latter was named after Auxiliary Bishop Francis Marrocco and in 1988, the two schools merged.

  6. My Lord God, I have no idea where I am going. I do not see the road ahead of me. I cannot know for certain where it will end. Nor do I really know myself, and the fact that I think that I am following Your Will does not mean that I am actually doing so.

  7. Once an academy for the Nonconformist Church, then a renowned teacher-training college, since 2010 Homerton has been a full College of the University of Cambridge, offering all the academic subjects. Our first address, in 1768, was in Homerton High Street in London, and since then we’ve been able to adapt constantly as the needs of our world have changed.