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Year 10 Parents’ Evening

REMINDER: Year 10 Parents' Evening is on Thursday 12th December from 4pm to 6.30pm. Please register on arrival at the school's main entrance. Parking is available on the playground accessed via Baytree Road. Pupils attending should do so in full school uniform. Please could you confirm your attendance by either using the reply slip from the original letter or making a note in your child’s diary.

Consultation on Admissions Policy

Consultation on Admissions Policies for September 2021 The Governing Body of St John Fisher Catholic High School is consulting on proposed changes to their admissions policy to take effect for school admissions for September 2021. Specifically, it is proposed to add St Cuthbert’s Catholic Primary School as a named feeder primary school to criterion 7 of the oversubscription criteria with effect from September 2021. This would only have implications for new applications for Year 7 class places from September 2021 onwards and children in other year groups and who have [...]

Hamper donations

St John Fisher is in need of hamper donations for We Are Nugent. Last year the charity managed to make over 300 hampers with donated items for those in need over the festive period. Items include Christmas puddings, crisps, biscuits, jam and more. If you can help, please bring them to school before Monday 9 December for school chaplain Rebecca Donnellan or Mrs Banks in PE. Every item is gratefully received. Thank you.

BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize Roadshow came to St John Fisher today to deliver sessions to Years 8-10 focussing on careers in the creative industries. The event was hosted by Katie Thistleton from BBC Radio 1. The panel consisted of three professionals who shared their personal journey in the media. They offered an inspiring insight into the world of creative work and routes and opportunities within a sector that many of our pupils might not have considered. They encouraged all pupils to sign up to BBC Bitesize to assist with making progress in [...]

Cakes for Children in Need

WOW! A massive thank you to all those who baked or donated cakes for our Children in Need cake sale. We completely sold out in a record 15 minutes and raised £62.50. Thank you to Rebecca in Y10 for organising the event, to Mr Burke and Mrs Giddings for their support and the pupils from the Faith in Action group for their advertising of the event around school.

Class of 2019 Certificate Presentation Evening

Annie Gaskell won a host of awards at St John Fisher’s Certificate Presentation Evening while guest speaker Derek Heyes stole the show with his guide dog Archie. It was the Class of 2019 Year 11 Leavers’ night with last year’s pupils turning up to collect their certificates and prizes. Head Teacher Mrs Rigby praised last year’s Year 11s who, as well as academic success, excelled at drama, sport, enjoyed trips to Iceland and a Battlefields Tour and entered competitions for photography and more. “They developed talents, skills and knowledge at [...]

Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week happens in schools across England every November. This year's Anti-Bullying Week has the theme 'Change Starts With Us' and is happening this week, from Monday 11th November - Friday 15th November. Each year group this week has either received or will receive an assembly on the theme of anti-bullying and what we can do to prevent it. This was accompanied by a performance from our Y11 drama students and a piece delivered by our Fisher dance group. To further enforce this message, students in form time have been [...]

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