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School bus arrangements

It was brought to our attention yesterday that the 946 and 907 school bus services have now been combined. The evening service run by David Hurst travel will now only be the 907.

New School Uniform

From September 2018 all new pupils coming into our school will wear a black blazer with gold trim. This new blazer reflects the colours and traditions of our school badge. There will be two styles of black blazer to choose from – a fitted style and a box style. All pupils will also have the grey jumper which is compulsory and must be worn from October to Easter. The girls’ skirts will have gold embroidery for the SJF logo instead of white. Pupils moving up into Year 11 will [...]

Year 9 Boys Intervention talk

A group of mentored pupils in Year 9 had the opportunity to listen to an aspiring but tragic story of how Jimmy Gittins broke his neck in unfortunate circumstances. He spoke to the boys about this tragic event but then explained how he set himself personal goals to get his life back on track and not be beaten by this disability. He then got the boys to think about their own lives and how they can set themselves realistic and achievable goals.  This talk was in collaboration with Engage [...]

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Events for week of 21st May 2018

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National Online Safety (NOS)

It can be challenging for parents and carers to know whether children are spending too much time on their devices. Furthermore, it’s even more of a challenge to know whether a child is addicted to the internet and social media. As technology is becoming more pervasive, children and young people are experiencing tech – related dependencies. Do we as parents and carers have the knowledge to identify and support children and young people who may be developing an addiction to their devices?