;start IMPORTANT: Tomorrow morning (1st May) SJF will be distributing interim reports to all our students. If any child is absent from school, the report will be posted home. Thank you.
With the GCSE exams drawing closer, please can parents and pupils be reminded of the importance of attendance and punctuality. A copy of the letter given out on Y11 parents' evening, outlining the expectations, can be found on the school website in the letters section and in the exam timetable section. You can also follow [...]
There was a fantastic attacking performance from the Year 9 football team as they celebrated a 6-1 against Fred Longworth. Mr Hynes' team now progress to the Wigan & Leigh School's semi-final! There was a hat-trick for Joe Wilson, Brogan Turner scored a double and James Connelly was also on the scoresheet. Man of the [...]
Well done to our Year 8 student Lexie who has been kitted out and is ready to represent Team GB in July! Lexie is a member of The Wire Gymnastic Club in Warrington and has been selected to represent GB as part of a 28-strong group in a floor routine. The competition is The World [...]
Well done! The Year 8 rugby team won the National Cup quarter-final against St Benedict’s 32-20. The now will play Rainford in the semi-final on the 8th May.
We are proud of one of our students Liv who was part of the most successful European Championships ever for Great Britain. The 14th European Poomsae Championships in Turkey was a three-day event and was one of the biggest and most competitive Europeans ever held with 541 athletes from 26 countries. The GB team of [...]
Sarah in Year 9 is working towards her Faith in Action silver award. Over the Easter holiday she her hair cut short and donated it to the Little Princess Trust @LPTrustUK. The Little Princess Trust provides free real hair wigs to children and young people, up to 24 years old, who have lost their own [...]
All year groups had an End of Term Assembly today where they reflected on the Stations of the Cross, Holy Week and the great feast of Easter. Pupil successes were also celebrated with certificates, for example those pupils who had 100% attendance and those who had gained the most achievements points. Well done to all [...]