A powerful conclusion to Malorie’s Blackman’s groundbreaking Noughts and Crosses dystopia – a series that taught a generation to think and act differently.
We are delighted to share with you the details of an exciting new offering for pupils from Complete Mathematics. Please find below the details of the offer for parents and pupils of St . John Fisher.
A-Level Results Day – 10th August 2021. School will be open from 8:30AM until 11:30AM for students to collect their results | GCSE Results Day – 12th August 2021. The following time slots MUST be adhered to. You will not be allowed in if you come outside of your forms designated time slot…..
REMEMBER: The best way to revise maths is to “do Maths”!
We have fantastic teachers, support, cleaning, catering, maintenance and admin staff. Each person in our school do their bit for the Catholic life of our school here at St John Fisher … it isn’t all down to us Fishers and learners!
‘Is this OK’ is a site where young people aged 13-18 can seek answers and advice from professionals. If you are worried about something or about someone you know, you can find answers
St John Fisher Catholic College – Risk Assessment For Staff and Students in Educational Settings
National Numeracy Day is for Students, Parents and Teachers. If you don’t feel confident with some areas of maths get yourself logged in, there are some great things on for adults as well as children.
Peer on peer abuse includes but is not limited to: bullying; cyberbullying; physical abuse such as hitting, kicking, shaking, biting, hair pulling, or otherwise causing physical harm;
Cairo. It’s July 1942 and the outcome of the war is balanced on a knife edge. We need you to cover 30 miles on foot, travelling across Cairo in it’s blistering heat.