Welcome to St John Fisher Catholic Primary School. In our school we live and learn as we ‘walk in the footsteps of Christ’. As a community we strive to understand the message of the Gospels and use this to help us all grow with respect, kindness and love. We are committed to providing the children with a rich and varied educational experience that encourages all pupils to succeed and to build on their talents.
St John Fisher is a school where we care for and nurture children as individuals, and as growing members of society. The education of the ‘whole child’ drives all that we do and we take every opportunity to help develop pupils’ spirituality, morality and ability to engage in social situations along with the National Curriculum. We set high expectations for the pupils in their learning and behaviour, encouraging the Christian and British values of equality, respect and self-responsibility.
I do hope that you find this website helpful and that it gives you an insight into the life of the school. If you would like to find out more please do contact us.
Mrs Laura Flitton
Our Core Values:
St John Fisher School is a place where everybody is welcomed and you are not alone.
St John Fisher School is a place where we pray together.
St John Fisher School is a place where we respect and care for everyone and everything around us.
St John Fisher School sets high standards of learning and celebrates the achievements of every child.
St John Fisher School is a place where everyone is different and has importance.
We are proud to share some of the feedback from our OFSTED Report, parents and pupils...
"Our school is great, it's a lovely community where we can all interact with each other. The teachers always listen to our needs and help us. I love this school" Year 6 Pupil
"I would recommend the school to another parent for the wonderful friendly/helpful atmosphere between parents and teachers" Year 2 parent
"We are very pleased with how our children are progressing" Year 5 and Year 3 parent
"Pupils' achievement, teaching, leadership and management and pupils behaviour are all good" OFSTED 2012
"The school values individuals and supports pupils so they can achieve well" OFSTED 2012
"Pupils' achievement, attainment and progress in R.E. lessons are outstanding. The quality of teaching is excellent" Westminster Diocese Inspection 2012