There are seven Edmund Rice secondary schools in England and each school’s Sixth Form works closely with the marginalised of their local communities. St Ambrose College is no different; the ERI group, led by Mrs H Burton, has been working with SERV (Salford Edmund Rice Volunteers) in Salford for the last two years in helping Refugees who use the centre. Every other Friday students from St Ambrose College travel to SERV to teach English language and British values to the users of the centre.
Our group also helps annually with clothing and food collections for the centre. Helping each Friday at SERV qualifies you as a Sixth Former for the ‘Edmund Rice Awards’ scheme run by Mrs Richardson. If you are in the Sixth Form and interested in joining the SERV group please see Mrs Burton; the group travels to SERV every other Friday from 10:30-12:30.