To All Year 11 Parents and Students
If your child has any lessons next week for which they will be sitting an exam, they must attend those lessons please.
Equally, if a member of Staff requests the presence of your child in their lesson, they also must attend for these sessions please.
If your child has NOT completed Controlled Assessments and/or coursework of any kind in any subject, they will be expected to attend school for the lessons allocated to that subject and to any other sessions outside of that time pertaining to the completion of said assignments.
If your child has the whole or half days on their timetable whereby they have no lessons which they need to attend and they would prefer to revise at home, they may do this but only with your verbal or written permission and our Education Welfare Officer will be informed.
Any parental notes or calls pertaining to the above should be addressed to myself, Mrs Bissell or Ms Megyesi (Attendance Office).
Your child MUST sign in and sign out every time they are in school as this is a legal requirement.
If you and/or your child decide that they would be better revising in school, Staff will follow their usual timetable and will be available to supervise this.
If your child now has no examinations and no coursework or Controlled Assessments left to complete, they are not expected to attend as of 20/5/13
If you have any concerns or questions about all of this, please contact myself, Mrs Bissell or Ms Megyesi in school.
Inclusion and Wellbeing Coordinator.
Attention all year 12 students regarding General RE: Please ensure that all literture reviews and other outstanding work is completed upon return to school after study leave. It is important that deadlines are upheld as this is part of the marking criteria for the Extended Project.
Ms Rogers and the RE department
Year 12 study leave commences on Friday 10th May, students will return to normal lessons on Wednesday 5th June. Revision sessions will be running & subject tutors will be available during normal lesson times if any students wish to attend.
Wardles transport will be available as normal until Friday 24th May. Students who require transport between schools on Monday 3rd June/Tuesday 4th June should please inform Mrs Possente as soon as possible.
Study leave for year 13 begins on Friday 24th May. Tutors will be available during normal lesson times should students require their help.
The dance studio will be available for all students during the exam period for those needing a quiet study room.
Students must remember to sign in to the building, at the attendance office, if they do attend any lessons during study leave.
The date for year 13 Leavers Mass will be Thursday 23rd May
May we take this opportunity to wish all our Year 13 and Trinity students from Saint John Fisher and our partner schools every success with their impending exams.
Saint Thomas More Catholic College
Saint Thomas More Catholic College will be open as normal as there is no study leave. Trinity students attending there will be expected to attend lessons as normal
Archdiocese of Birmingham in partnership with Staffordshire County Council ST JOHN FISHER CATHOLIC COLLEGE with Humanities Specialist Status 11 18 MIXED COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL Group 6 School with 948 pupils on roll Lunchtime Supervisor L1719 6.25 hours per week, term time contract Scale 2 SCP 7 10 £6.63 per hour
Governors are looking for several lunchtime supervisors to work under the direction and instruction of senior staff to provide the care of the children during the school lunch break.
School Contact Numbers
Office: 01782 615 636 Absence Line: 01782 346 333 Fax: 01782 346 339
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