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Posts From October 2017

Harvest Tin Collection

20 Oct 2017 | Posted In Catholic Life of School, Charitable Fundraising

A huge thank you to all of the students and staff who brought in 1,531 tins for the St Pio’s Friary in Bradford exceeding last year’s total.

Y7 ESFA Cup Victory

20 Oct 2017 | Posted In Sport

St. John Fishers (6) Vs. (0) Garforth  ESFA Cup – Tuesday 17th October The early stages of the match saw Fishers dominate possession and control the pace of the game. However, the Garforth goalkeeper produced a string of terrific saves to deny long range efforts from both Gray and Day. Persistence would pay off when […]

Diocesan Mass & Pilgrimage

19 Oct 2017 | Posted In Catholic Life of School, Music, Parents

The SJF Junior Choir singing mass at Ripon Cathedral.

GCSE Exam Success Confirmed

19 Oct 2017 | Posted In Uncategorised

Another successful year for our GCSE exam results.

Y12 Geography Students

19 Oct 2017 | Posted In Sixth Form

Year 12 A Level Geographers enjoyed investigating regeneration in Leeds under the ‘red sky’ on Monday.

6th Form Boys Rugby Result

18 Oct 2017 | Posted In Sport

Congratulations to the Sixth Form boys rugby team, beating South Craven.

Y9A Boys Football Result

18 Oct 2017 | Posted In Sport

A great victory for the team who now progress to the third round of the County Cup.

High Starter Magazine 2017

17 Oct 2017 | Posted In High Starters

Please follow the link to our 2017 High Starter Magazine to discover all we have been doing in the last year.

3G Pitch Launch

13 Oct 2017 | Posted In School News, Sport

A great afternoon was had by all the parents and staff who supported this special school event.

National Junior Games – Stoke Mandeville

13 Oct 2017 | Posted In Sport

Well done to the 10 students who competed in these games.