Chaplaincy

‘Learning together as a community in Christ.’

Our mission statement says it all!

Whether you’re a pupil, a member of staff, a parent or a member of the community, your always made welcome to our school community.

Here at St John Fisher chaplaincy is a part of everyday school life. We are proud of our faith and want others to see our light shining in the wider community in which we live. Whether it be celebrating our first Friday mass with parishioners from local parishes or working with our very talented school choir singing carols in nursing homes in our local area. Here in school we also gain qualifications for our good work. Putting our Faith into Action!

We practice what we preach when it comes to helping others as you can see in all the charity work that we do throughout the year


Latest News

2405, 2019

Climb for charity

On the feast day of Saint John Fisher, four of our Year 7 pupils are putting their Faith into Action by climbing Mount Snowdon for the Rose Blossom Trust. www.metrorod.co.uk/news/kiddie-climb-2019/ [https://www.metrorod.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/kiddie-climb-poster-2019-metrorod-1.png] Kiddie Climb 2019 - Metro Rod Metro rod are proud to be patrons of Rose Blossom trust, a trust [...]

2405, 2019

Y11 GCSE Half-Term Revision

Tuesday: 28/05 Dance: 10am - 2pm with Mrs Jackson English 9.30am - 11.30am with Mr Stuchberry and Mr Burke Wednesday - 29/05 Geography: 10am - 1pm with Mr Hynes English: 1pm - 3pm with Mrs Stanton Friday - 31/05 History: 11am - 2pm with Miss Bate and Mrs Dibben The [...]

2305, 2019

Cheerleading champions!

Four girls from St John Fisher were part of the Vipers Cheerleading Team who attended the UKCA Cheerleading Spring Championships at Manchester - and won! Well done to all involved.

2305, 2019

Race for Life

St John Fisher's generous community spirit has helped to raise £562.58 for Cancer Research UK. More than 800 students took part in our one mile Race for Life yesterday, some doing it in memory of loved ones, others raising funds because their family has been affected by cancer. Well done [...]