Welcome to Saints John Fisher and Thomas More Catholic Humanities College. I hope that you find the pictures, information and links interesting and of use.
Our Humanities College is a Voluntary Aided College of 750 students and 90 staff. We serve the community of Pendle and in each year group about 20% are from other Christian denominations or other faiths
As a Catholic College our core values and beliefs are rooted firmly in the Gospel values of Jesus Christ and in the traditions of the Roman Catholic Church.
"The quality of collective worship is outstanding."
We are very proud of our high standards of achievement and the positive relationships which reflect our strong Catholic ethos.
"The schools Catholic ethos helps to underpin a caring and supportive environment, where students' individual needs are well understood."
Fisher More provides a broad, balanced curriculum designed to ensure that our pupils have the opportunity to achieve to their maximum potential.
"Students enjoy tackling new work and respond well to challenges."
As a specialist Humanities College, visual and performing arts comprise another vibrant part of our curriculum. Art, music and drama are undertaken by all pupils in KS3, and by many students who choose these subjects in KS4.
Self-expression, confidence, communication skills, teamwork, role play and imagination are boosted through this work, and many young people produce work of great beauty and prowess.
At Fisher More we are justifiably proud of our inclusivity. Pupils with special educational needs are expertly cared for by the SENCO and her large team of learning support staff.
"Students with special educational needs and / or disabilities make good progress and achieve well"
All pupils do physical education, which is very popular as a curriculum subject and beyond the timetabled day.
Our school teams, both boys and girls, enjoy high success rates locally, regionally and even nationally.
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Breakfast Club Menu
Theme of the week - Pentecost
Week 31 Prayer resources
Can we issue our apologies to anyone trying to contact the school after the bank holiday last week. A major computer problem meant we had no phones for either incoming or outgoing calls and no computer access at all. Thanks to the hard work of our IT department the problem is now fixed and normal service has resumed!
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