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St. Bede's Catholic College

ST Bede's

Catholic College

Pasteur

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House Team

Head of House: Mrs B Sharp

House Captains:  Beth Herniman and Eniola Olorode-Owoeye
Vice House Captains: Niamh Bailey and Stan Roberts

Assistant Head Boy: Eniola Olorode-Owoeye Senior Prefects: Beth Herniman and Robyn Obee

Prefects

Ellie Condron Keira Smith Laura Turpin
Hanna Szantho Ana Gamboa Marielle Vasquez
Beth Herniman Britney Kadji Antonia Soares
Isabel Payne Romey Clark Isaac Sam
Liam Gormley Dan McTiernan Noel Shaji
Afin Martin Joseph Robyn Obee Joseph Roy
Isabelle Faria Eniola Olorode-Owoeye Will Serle
Alicja Tylek Millie Done Charlie Johnson
Seb Olds Gabriela Dyba  

Tutor Groups

Year 8

8PJS - Ms J Sanders
8PLD - Mr L Dunn 

Year 10

10PKL - Mrs K Lewis
10PRS - Mrs R Shaddick

10PTOG - Mr T O'Gallagher

Year 9

9PEC - Mrs E Colebourne
9PCCH - Miss C Chennells

Year 11

11PTY - Miss J Sanders
11PCBA - Mr C Barley

 

Who was Louis Pasteur?

Louis Pasteur was a French chemist and microbiologist renowned for his discoveries of the principles of vaccination, microbial fermentation and pasteurization. He is remembered for his remarkable breakthroughs in the causes and preventions of diseases, and his discoveries have saved countless lives ever since. He reduced mortality from puerperal fever (a condition that results from an infection of the female reproductive organs, contracted during or following childbirth or miscarriage), and created the first vaccines for rabies and anthrax. Pasteur died in 1895, aged 72. His legacy survived his death in the form of his discoveries and numerous streets, schools and hospitals around the world have been named in his honour.

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