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Ss John Fisher and Thomas More
Roman Catholic High School

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Latest News

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  • Covid-19 Risk Assessment

    Published 16/06/20

    Pleae click the link below for our latest risk assessment:

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  • The Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul

    Published 02/07/20

    The Feast of Saints Peter and Paul is an annual celebration in the Christian calendar of the lives and martyrdom of the two great saints: Peter and Paul. 

    Commemorating the lives of important Christian saints and martyrs, and especially one of the Twelve Apostles or somebody who knew Jesus personally, has been an important aspect of Christian life ever since the first century CE. 

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  • Updated guidance on what parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

    Published 02/07/20

    The Department for Education has updated the guidance on what parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.  They have added content on summer provision, school uniform and a package of support worth £1 billion to support pupils to catch up. They have updated content on school meals and the Covid Summer Food Fund.

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  • Maths Enrichment Work

    Published 30/06/20

    Year 7  pupil, Thomas Chapman, sent in a wonderful presentation for his Maths Enrichment work on Nutritional Graphs.

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  • Science Enrichment Work

    Published 30/06/20

    An amazing Science powerpoint presentation was submitted by Year 8 pupil Bryony Wimbles to showcase her science enrichment work. 

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  • Information Evening for Year 6 Parents

    Published 27/06/20
    We would like to invite the parents and carers of Year 6 pupils who will be attending Fisher More in September to a virtual  Information Evening on Thursday 2 July 2020 between 4pm and 5pm. 
     
    Mr Crabtree, Director of Progress for Year 6 & 7, and Mr Swarbrick, Deputy Headteacher, will be presenting key information regarding transition and answering any questions you may have.
     
    We look forward to welcoming you on the evening.
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  • PSHE Consultation

    Published 27/06/20

    29 June 2020

    Dear Parents and Carers

    As a part of your child’s education at Ss John Fisher & Thomas More RC High School, we promote personal wellbeing and development through a comprehensive Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) education programme.  PSHE education is the curriculum subject that gives young people the knowledge, understanding, attitudes and practical skills to live safe, healthy, productive lives and meet their full potential.

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  • Year 11 Exam Results

    Published 25/06/20

    GCSE examination results will be published on Thursday 20 August 2020

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  • Becoming a Cashless School

    Published 25/06/20

    Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the increased need for hygiene, we have made the decision to become a cashless school from September 2020.  From the start of the new academic year we will only be accepting online payments via the secure system, Parent Pay, for lunches, trips, revision books, tuition, etc.  No cash will be accepted in school and the revaluer will not be available.

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  • Welcome Presentation from Mr Crabtree

    Published 24/06/20
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  • Letters to Year 6 Pupils

    Published 23/06/20

    Below are links to letters of welcome to Year 6 pupils, written by some of our current Year 7s who attended the main feeder primary schools:

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  • Fisher More Feast Day

    Published 22/06/20

    Monday 22 June is our school feast day and we celebrate the lives and impact of St John Fisher and St Thomas More.

    John Fisher was born in 1469; he studied at Cambridge University, was ordained, became Bishop of Rochester.  He was a pastoral bishop, charitable to the poor, a man of prayer, and a persistent opponent of the errors of the Protestant Reformation.

    Thomas More was born in 1477, studied at Oxford University, married and had one son and three daughters.  He became Chancellor of England.  His writings include ‘Utopia’ and many prayers and letters which reveal his spirituality. 

    Both were executed on the orders of King Henry VIII.

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