Posts From September 2019
Y11 Rugby v Prince Henry’s, Otley
An amazing first match of the season, a superb result and with loads of room to improve the team’s performance. Luca Goldthorpe captained extremely well leading by example, to an excellent result – SJF 43 – 7 Prince Henry’s.
6th Form Rugby – Harrogate Grammar 29 v 15 SA/SJF Associated 6th Form
The first match was played with a real intensity and a feisty nature, click on the header for a full match report.
These will take place on Monday 23rd September 2019 for Y7, Y9 and Y11
School Assessments Y7 to Y11
Y11 mock exams will take place between 21 October and 6 November – please note these are the week before and the week after half term. There will be further practice exams in core subjects in February. Y10 mock exams will take place between 30 March and 22 April 2020 – please note these are the week before and the week after Easter Holidays. Y7, Y8 and Y9 assessments will be during the week of 1 to 5 June 2020.
UCI WORLD CYCLING EVENT
School is open as normal throughout the UCI Cycling Event apart from Friday 27th September when we will close at 12.30pm. In order to accommodate the possible longer journeys that students may have to undertake, students will be welcome in school from 7.30am and may stay in the Dining Hall until the normal school open time of 8.15am. For those students who travel by designated school bus, their bus company will be in touch directly with advice of any amendments to route and/or times. Afterschool clubs will not be running during this week. We are expecting students to attend school as normal during this period.
National Brass Band Finals Success
Congratulations to Y8 student Archie Hall who competed with Tewit Silver Band at the National Brass Band Finals last Saturday. The Band had already won the Regional Championships in March 2019. The hard work, commitment and determination paid off when they became 4th Section National Champions. Archie Hall was an amazing ambassador for the band and SJF school.
Table Tennis Rankings
Congratulations to the SJF students who performed really well last season, for full rankings click on the header.
Diocesan Pilgrimage to Walsingham
The school is taking a small group on this pilgrimage on Saturday 28th September. It is open to all pupils, Years 7 -11, and there are still some places available (see ParentPay for more details) – a great day out with Fish & Chips by the sea included in the cost!
A call for help……
A group of keen scientists in sixth form are keen to establish a Cafe Scientifique this September. Cafe Scientifique is a forum for debating scientific issues in an informal setting. The format is a short talk followed by questions, answers and general discussion and therefore we are looking for speakers working in science and related fields to start an after school discussion over a cuppa. If you can help please contact Dr Langstaff at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to Year 10 Drama Student Alfie Davies:
Alfie entered the Wharfedale festival back in May and after winning three categories they nominated him to represent them in the British and International Federation of Festivals Yorkshire & North Lincolnshire Regional Championships which was held at the Leeds College of Music. Alfie won and was awarded the winners trophy for Speech & Drama with a certificate & a cheque for £100 ! Well done Alfie – a star in the making!