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GCSE Presentation Evening

Our GCSE Presentation Evening for our former Year 11 students is on Thursday 14th November 2019 starting at 7pm till 8.15pm. No refreshments will be available.

Scientific Calculators

IMPORTANT: Parents/Carers of Y10 and Y11 A scientific calculator is required by all pupils. This is particularly important for KS4 pupils, as calculator layouts can be different and pupils need to be familiar with their own calculator in exam/assessment situations. Please could you check that your child has a working calculator with them at all times.

UK Parliament Week

This year UK Parliament Week takes place between 2nd and 8th November. This week, students at St John Fisher are learning all about what UK Parliament Week is - inspiring them to tune in, speak up and take part. UK Parliament Week is an annual celebration when people all over the United Kingdom take part in activities to explore the work and role of the UK Parliament and our democracy. During UK Parliament Week young people can learn about how the UK Parliament works, ask the big questions about elections, [...]

All Saints Mass

Thank you to everyone who came and celebrated our Mass for the feast of All Saints. There was an aura of togetherness and unity as we prayed for our loved ones who have died. We wrote their names on a heart and this is now on the prayer wall in the chaplaincy. Fr O'Shea reminded us that we are all saints and we can all do great things.

Tune in to BBC North West Tonight!

The BBC North West Tonight cameras were at St John Fisher this morning as they previewed the Rugby Union World Cup Final between England and South Africa on Saturday morning. England captain Owen Farrell went to Sacred Heart Primary School and then SJF for two years and the cameras came down to talk to Chair of Governors Mr Mallin. They also talked to the Year Seven pupils about what an inspiration Owen is to them – and they were training on some of the same pitches the England skipper used [...]

History Star!

St John Fisher crowned their first History Star of the fortnight. Ellie-Grace achieved T+ on her British Empire assessment. She brought thorough revision and a great attitude to learning. Congratulations Ellie from the St. John Fisher History department. Look out for our next History Star!

Pupil Survey

My teachers encourage me to do my best and make progress.
The school encourages me to bring a positive attitude to my learning.
The school teaches me how to stay safe online.
I understand the different types of bullying.
I usually feel safe when I am at school.
I am well looked after at school.
The school teaches its pupils the difference between what is right and what is wrong.
My teachers tell me when they are happy with my work and when I have done well.