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    Head of School Message

    Welcome to our new school website. I am delighted that you have decided to learn more about our school. This website gives you a glimpse of the varied and rich opportunities offered to our learners at St John Fisher Catholic College.

    Our mission at St John Fisher Catholic College is to know each of our learners as the unique God-given gift that they are and to nurture and inspire them to become the very best version of themselves. Our dedicated and experienced staff enjoy engaging with and challenging our learners, introducing them to new learning experiences through our rich curriculum, ensuring the needs of each child are understood and met. As a team, we strive to educate your child as a spiritual, physical, emotional and academic being, so that the children in our care grow to be confident young adults who make positive contributions to our local Church, our local community and the world around them.

    Throughout their time at St John Fisher Catholic College, we aim to ensure that all of our learners develop and enhance their sense of moral purpose and social justice, and we seize opportunities for our learners to develop these qualities. We aim to develop dynamic leaders who are rooted in the Fisher Way of inspiring others with love, faith and joy as part of an inclusive Catholic community.

    We strive for academic excellence at all times and I am especially proud of those past learners who achieve in their university and work life, and I always love to hear from past learners about such successes, of which there are so many.

    At St John Fisher Catholic College, we are blessed with a high level of success across many areas of extra-curricular life. Whether your child is interested in drama, dance, poetry, science, engineering, computing, maths, art, music or sport, our dedicated staff will support them in developing their skills and excelling in their extra-curricular activities. We are passionate about the wellbeing of our learners and explore positive ways to develop and enhance their mental health through a variety of curricular and extra-curricular activities. Please look out for some of the activities across our school community in the weekly and termly newsletters, and on our social media channels.

    The relationship that my colleagues and I develop with the parents and carers of the learners is so valuable. I recognise the role that parents play as first educators of their child and the strength that comes from working together to support and challenge your child in reaching their potential.

    It is a privilege to be part of this school community and I look forward to welcoming you to St John Fisher Catholic College and to journeying with you and your child throughout this exciting time in their life.

    Mr Garrett Murray - Head of School

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    COVID-19

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      Risk Assessment for Staff and Students in Educational Settings

      Risk Assessment For Staff and Students in Educational Settings – In line with current Government advice this risk assessment should be communicated to all employees, and relevant persons (parents / carers / social workers etc.) who may come into contact with the COVID-19 potential hazards being assessed.

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      Mask Wearing

      Dear Parents / Guardians, I would like to thank you for your continued support at this challenging time with the Covid 19 Virus. It is a requirement that masks are worn in all communal areas of the school apart from in lessons. 

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      Open Evening 2020

      We regret to announce that Our Open Evening 2020 for Intake September 2021 is cancelled due to the current Covid restrictions.

    • Covid symptoms at home flow chart

      Does my child have a temperature, new continuous cough or lost taste or sense of smell?
      Does any member of our household have a temperature, new continuous cough or lost taste or sense of smell?

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      School Access September 2020

      Dear Parent / Carer / Learner Thank you for your continued support with the measures in place to ensure a controlled entry to the school premises in the morning. I …

    News

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      Year 11 Mock Exam Timetables November 2020

      Year 11 Mock Exam Timetables November 2020

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      Literacy Focus Week 8

      This is the prequel to the bestselling dystopian Hunger Games trilogy. It is the backstory of Coriolanus Snow -the tyrannical president of Panem. The teenage Coriolanus is chosen to mentor Lucy Gray Baird, an eccentric vagabond singer who has been picked as a tribute from District 12.

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      Literacy Focus Week 7

      Life of Pi is a fantasy adventure novel by Yann Martel in which he blends some fact with fiction. The protagonist is Piscine Molitor “Pi” Patel, a Tamil boy from Pondicherry. When the ship in which 16-year-old Pi and his zoo-keeping family are to emigrate from India to Canada sinks,

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      Just Maths – October

      REMEMBER: The best way to revise maths is to “do Maths”!

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      Literacy Focus Week 6

      In this fantasy novel, Conor, the thirteen year old protagonist, has a recurring nightmare. His mother is terminally ill and he is suffering the hands of school bullies. He is visited by a monster who tells Conor three stories on three separate nights

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