"Positive, warm and caring relationships at every level are a key feature of the school. The whole school shares a common vision and their joy in their work is clearly evident in the manner in which individuals share their gifts with each other."
"Pupils embrace opportunities to meet their potential in all aspects of school life. They show a wholehearted readiness to celebrate their lived experiences. Equal opportunities are provided for all. There is a wealth of evidence to supports all of this."
"The extent to which the pupils contribute to and benefit from the Catholic life of the school is outstanding."
(RE Inspection Report - June 2014)
Collective Worship is a central part of daily life at St. John Fisher Catholic Primary School, giving staff and children a chance to stop and reflect and take some time for their spiritual self.
We believe that Collective Worship at our school is concerned with giving glory, honour, praise and thanks to God. It is our loving response, in word and action to God's invitation to enter into relationships, made possible through the work of Jesus Christ and the witness of the Holy Spirit - it is at the heart of everything that we do.
"I like making a space and time for Jesus." Jess, Yr6
"I feel like I am spending time with Jesus." Scarlett, Yr6
Christmas Nativity - St. John Fisher Church
Each year, the staff at St. John Fisher dedicate time to procducing high quality Nativity performances. These performances are shared and thoroughly enjoyed with parents, carers and parishoners. KS1 and Lower KS2 performances take place in school, and we are lucky enough to present our Upper KS2 performance in St. John Fisher Church where members of the parish are always most welcome.
Children contribute to the Catholic Life of our school in many ways: