A free careers advice event on Friday, 16 February 2018 has been designed to support learners in years 11, 12 and 13. Organised by Medway Council the event is hosted by Medway University Technical College and runs from 10am-3pm. Read
Performance Summer 2017 Key Stage 4 Summary – Unvalidated and subject to change All Students Progress 8 score -0.08 Attainment 8 score 37.87 Percentage of pupils who got a standard pass in English and Maths (A*-C) 42% Percentage of pupils
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St. John Fisher Prospectus At St. John Fisher we have the confidence and expertise to offer you all you need for a successful experience. We are, above all, a caring and supportive environment that reflects the Roman Catholic ethos of
St John Fisher School aims to create a safe and secure learning environment for all students. Our Aims: To provide a caring, positive, safe and stimulating environment that cares for the social, physical and moral development of the individual child.
St John Fisher’s new pre-university lecture series has gotten off to a very successful start. These lectures are open to all students and parents, whether considering going to university or just interested in learning new knowledge. They will take place from
Throughout the Advent season at the end of last Term, St. John Fisher Catholic School collected food for the local food bank. You might remember we did this in Lent which was very successful. Read more in the January 2018
The PFTA will be holding a disco for Years 7 and 8 on Thursday 8th February between 5-7pm. The theme will be red and black to celebrate St Valentine’s Day and the cost is £2. There will be light refreshments
It is our vision to provide our young people with a safe and secure environment where they can explore and strengthen their Catholic faith, becoming confident and productive members of the community.
We are an outward looking school who believes in developing strong partnerships with our students, parents, parishes, local community and schools in order to create the very best opportunities for our students.
The needs of all individuals are important to us and we pride ourselves in meeting the needs of students of all abilities.
Students at St. John Fisher School are set high aspirational targets and are provided with a wide range of opportunities which will enable them to use and extend the skills and talents they have been blessed with.
Mrs Dympna Lennon. Headteacher
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