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Ss John Fisher and Thomas More
Roman Catholic High School

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  • Report a Positive COVID-19 Result Out of Hours

    Published 22/09/20

    To allow parents and carers to report a positive COVID test result to us as soon as possible, we have set up an out-of-hours email address which should be used when school is closed.  Over the whole weekend and after 4pm on weekdays, if your child receives a positive test result for COVID-19 please email us immediately on: adviseus@fishermore.lancs.sch.uk

    A member of the senior leadership team will then call you back to discuss the matter further.

    Please include the following information in your email:

    • Name of child
    • Year group
    • Name of parent/carer
    • Contact telephone number
    • Proof of test result (for example, a screenshot)
    • The date the positive result was received
    • The last date your child was in school
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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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  • Remote Learning Letter

    Published 12/10/20

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  • Vacancy - Permanent Subject Leader of Science

    Published 02/10/20

    Following the introduction of the faculty structure we are looking to make a permanent appointment of a creative and passionate colleague to lead a very successful, committed and supportive team. We are looking for an outstanding classroom practitioner with high expectations and a passion for developing their students’ potential who will lead, develop and manage the team of science teachers. Through the promotion of excellent teaching and learning you will ensure effective delivery of an outstanding curriculum, which enables the highest level of student progress and attainment.

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  • Year 6 Open Event

    Published 01/10/20

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  • Lancashire's Short Break Offer - Parent/Carer Consultation Summer 2020Item Title

    Published 01/10/20

    This consultation is for all parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) who are currently using Lancashire's Short Break Service, have used it in the past or who haven't used it before.  The responses will be used to make final recommendations to Cabinet about the new Short Break Offer for children and young people with SEND.

    The Local Offer page with information about the consultation and link to the questionnaire can be found here: https://www.lancashire.gov.uk/children-education-families/special-educational-needs-and-disabilities/your-local-offer/short-break-offer-redesign/

    The consultation questionnaire is here: https://wh1.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=159895845499

    Printed questionnaires are available; parents and carers can call 01772 531 597 or email cyp-shortbreaks@lancashire.gov.uk

     

    The consultation is live and will close at 5pm on Wednesday 14 October 2020. 

    Please forward to:

    Parents and Carers of Children/Young People with SEND

    Related Information:

    Not Applicable

    Type of Action Required:

    None

    Deadline for completing the action:

    Not Applicable

    Contact:

    Sarah Deady, 01772 538077, cyp-shortbreaks@lancashire.gov.uk

     

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  • ePlatform Reading Books

    Published 30/09/20

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  • CAFOD Family Fast Day

    Published 30/09/20

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  • Wellbeing Resource Kit for Parents

    Published 25/09/20

    Looking after a child or young person's mental health:

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  • What to do when....

    Published 15/09/20

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  • Letter 14 Sept - New school day

    Published 14/09/20

    14 September 2020

     

    Dear Parents/Carers

     

    We have received a number of questions, queries and concerns over the weekend about our move to the whole school starting at 9am and finishing together at 3pm and the removal of the staggered start and finish times. I am writing to answer those queries and also hopefully address some of the concerns that some parents have.

    Firstly, it was always our intention to get all pupils safely back to school full time as soon as practically possible.  As a result of running the school with all pupils back last week and the exemplary way the children have behaved, we decided to remove the staggered start and finish times from today.  All pupils will start at 9am and will go straight in to period 1, this removes form time as per government guidance.

    From 7 September 2020, we have had five different entrance and exit points for each year group bubble as well as five different social spaces.  A number of staff are in these areas to supervise the children and ensure social distancing between year groups is maintained at all times.  At the end of the school day, year groups will leave school through their own exit between 2.50pm and 3pm to ensure the year groups do not mix and adhere to social distancing especially over the bridge.

    Operationally, there are challenges to the way we are working in school at the moment.  It is a very dynamic situation and as a leadership team, we are responding to these challenges and making necessary changes as appropriate.

    As ever, we appreciate all your feedback, questions and for voicing your concerns.  It is only with this that we can work together to support our young people in the most difficult of circumstances.

    Yours faithfully

    Ms C Hayes

    Headteacher

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