We would like to wish you and your family a restful and enjoyable summer break and take this opportunity to thank you for your support, over the last twelve months. Your co-operation is a real strength of our school and the impact of parents, carers, learners and school staff working together, to help young people become the best they can, cannot be underestimated.
It also seems timely to give a reminder about school uniform which is outlined on p6 of the school planner. When restocking uniform for the new academic year, please bear in mind that we request that “fashion” skirts and trousers are avoided. Skirts should be of a suitable length and black tailored trousers should be worn: please avoid buying bootleg or “skinny” trousers as these are not part of school uniform. A plain “V” necked pullover (not cardigan) can be worn under the blazer but hoodies are not acceptable. We know that many of our learners are buying black school shoes in time for the new academic year and would remind you that boots or trainer styled shoes are unacceptable. Please do check if unsure to avoid buying items that do not conform with our uniform.
We have a non- jewellery policy in school, so if ears are being pierced, please ensure this is carried out early in the holidays. Learners will be asked to remove earrings during school time.
Many thanks for your continued co-operation. Have a good summer break.
Miss Addison and Mrs Teague
KS3 and KS4 Progress Co-coordinators
Archdiocese of Birmingham
ST JOHN FISHER CATHOLIC COLLEGE
a part of Christ the King Catholic Collegiate Multi Academy Company
11 – 18 MIXED COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL
Group 6 School with 947 pupils on roll
37 hours per week, term time contract plus 6 days
Grade 7 pt 24 – 28 £21,530- £24, 472 pro rata per annum
Actual salary from £18,610 p.a.
Saint John Fisher Catholic College is moving to digital distribution of progress data (GPPs) and full school reports. The move to a digital (web based) format will bring benefits such as an increased range of available data for parents including;
· GPP’s (Termly Progress Reports),
· Student Timetables,
· Attendance Information
· Achievement Data
Once logged into the system you should click your child’s name on the bottom right hand side of the home screen, from here you will see a range of options relating to your child. By selecting any of the available tabs you can quickly access data relating to your child/children.
- Achievement – This page gives information relating to reward points awarded to your child by teachers and support staff. Points are awarded for; Participation in lessons, attainment, progress, engagement in the wider school community.
- Attendance – Information relating to your child’s attendance.
- Reports – This page offers a range of links to your child’s GPP (Termly Progress Data). The links are displayed in chronological order with the most recent report being first.”
School Contact Numbers
Office: 01782 615 636 Absence Line: 01782 346 333 Fax: 01782 346 339
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July Newsletter 2015
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