Over the February half term some of our year 10 students went on a residential trip to France. Click here to download the February Newsletter to see photos of the activities and read the in-depth report written by Adriana Serepec.
On Thursday the 8th February, the PFTA held a Valentine’s Disco. 105 students and 22 members of staff danced the evening away with the help of William Mengual in Year 8 who kindly offered to DJ the event. Everyone had lots of
On Thursday 8th March 2018 the Year 7 and 8 teams together with the 9 and 10 boys basketball teams attended the Medway Schools Basketball competition at Medway Park. The boys competed in 4 pool games, the year 7 and
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
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
Chloe Tuttle and Erin Smith from Year 13 took part in a three week international Social Action Project in Abrobiano. Read more in our December Newsletter.
On Monday 11th December, the Year 7 choir brought some festive cheer to Amherst Court Care Home by singing Christmas Carols to the residents and staff; continuing the link that has been established with the Care Home and the community.
We were delighted to welcome Councillor Potter to St John Fisher on the 6th December 2017. Councillor Potter joined the Medway Council Cabinet as the Education Lead in 2015 and is responsible for improving standards in school.