Posts From Charitable Fundraising Category
Annual PTA Quiz
Don’t forget to get your tickets for the quiz, Friday 22 March, 7pm in the 6th Form Dining Room.
CAFOD ‘Love Day’ Chocolates
Buy your Valentine’s Day Fairtrade chocolate and send it with love! Monday to Wednesday break and lunch times in the Collins Entrance (£1.50/ bar). The chocolate to be delivered in forms on Thursday 14 February. All proceeds go to CAFOD.
St John Fisher School !! A Spectacular Wear Red Day!!
Wearing red for children in the Heart Surgery Unit at Leeds. Thank you for your generosity of over £1,900 so far – if you haven’t made your contribution yet PLEASE do so via Parentpay or your child’s Form Tutor.
Wear Red Non Uniform Day – Friday 1 February
Please support the wonderful work done by the Children’s Heart Surgery Unit at LGI. Years 7 to 11 – £2 donation, students MUST wear something RED within their NON-UNIFORM clothing. Sixth Form Students – for a £1 donation, students MUST wear something RED as part of their normal 6th Form dress.
Carols by Candlelight – Wednesday 19 December, 7pm
A reminder that the annual Carols by Candlelight Service, with lessons and Carols led by our students and staff followed by mulled wine and mince pies is tomorrow. Tickets are not required.
Children in Need Week
Don’t forget it’s fancy dress day tomorrow for a £2 donation and the Sixth Form Pantomime and Auction. See the the list of items to be auctioned starting P4.
Children in Need – Bake Off
There was an outstanding number of quality entries for the Bake Off Competition which raised £229 and the winners were, 1st place –Evie Jalland (8P), 2nd place – Katie O’Hare, Niamh, Carr & Leah Corcoran (7A), 3rd place – Beth & Kate Playford, 4th place – Riccardo Burdon (7H)
Macmillan Coffee Morning Update
Mr Brockwell Headteacher, presented a cheque for £926 to Peter Davies, local representative for Macmillan Nurses on 12 November. Mr Brockwell paid tribute to the efforts of the staff led by Mrs Hendry and Head Girl Olivia Cook and Head Boy James Green, who organised the Sixth Form Coffee Morning. It was a record-breaking amount almost doubling last year’s sum.
A Poignant Tribute to Mark Remembrance
The school observed Remembrance on Friday at 11.00am. Musicians stationed around the school played the Last Post, as the whole school impeccable observed a minute’s silence. At the same time, given the special significance of 2018, a service of remembrance was held in the School Chapel.
Children in Need Week (12 to 16 November)
Don’t forget to get involved in all the activities that the 6th Form Congress have organised.