St Teresa’s Catholic Primary is seeking to appoint a qualified and competent Teaching Assistant to help deliver direct support to a child with an Education Health Care Plan. Well-experienced in supporting children with varying levels of need, you will be able to build a rapport quickly with pupils and staff and help the school work towards outcomes for this individual.
If you have an Apple or Android supported smartphone, both you and the school can save money when you download the ‘School Gateway’ app from your app store (Apple App store and Google Play Store).
By using School Gateway you will be able to:
- View messages from school in one central place
- Send messages to school for FREE
- Have one login - even if you have children at different schools
- Help school significantly reduce the cost of texting
*** We’re aiming to get 50% of parents using the app – please help us achieve this ***
Dates for diary: Bronze and Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award parents information evening Monday 20th March 2017in the Main Hall at 5pm, Tea and coffee will be available.
Bronze and Gold Award enrolment forms need to be in by Friday 17th February 2017. Please hand in forms to Mrs Lambe in the Library. Enrolment forms need to be completed in full by the 17th February, but if the Bitesize Planner is not quite finalised then help will available after half term when we start our DofE sessions.
The Gold Award Duke of Edinburgh’s Award was launched to the Lower 6th on Tuesday 7th February. Letters are on ParentPay for those students who wish to secure a participation place.
Deadline for enrolment is Friday 17th February 2017. Please return your completed enrolment form and Bite Size Planner to Mrs Lambe in the library.
A parents information evening is currently being planned for after half term: Date to be confirmed.
Other Dates for your diary:
Expedition Training: Tue 9th May
Bronze Practice Expedition : Sat 13th – Sun 14th May
Bronze Qualifying Expedition: Sat 20th – Sun 21st May
I am writing to thank those of you who have supported the school in ensuring your child is wearing the correct uniform.
However, there are still some learners whose uniform does not meet the high standards we expect here at St John Fisher Catholic College.
Could I remind you all that:
- Skirts should be grey, knee length and not made of jersey material.
- Trousers should be charcoal for boys or black for girls. They should not be so tight as to restrict movement.
This link demonstrates the correct uniform to wear link to correct Uniform
I trust that you will support us in this matter. If there are any issues with this please do not hesitate to contact the school.
Mrs T Madden