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It is our vision to provide our young people with a safe and secure environment where they can explore and strengthen their Catholic faith, becoming confident and productive members of the community.

We are an outward looking school who believes in developing strong partnerships with our students, parents, parishes, local community and schools in order to create the very best opportunities for our students.

The needs of all individuals are important to us and we pride ourselves in meeting the needs of students of all abilities.

Students at St. John Fisher School are set high aspirational targets and are provided with a wide range of opportunities which will enable them to use and extend the skills and talents they have been blessed with.

Mrs Dympna Lennon Headteacher

Latest News
Trip to Aylesford Priory

28th June: The Chapliancy team and supporting staff took a group of Year 8 and 9 Chapel Stewards to Aylesford Priory for ‘Picnic and Praise’. The event allowed schools from across the Southwark Catholic Deanery to worship and work together for an inspiring afternoon.

Humanities in the News

To mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme Year 9 students studied the conditions troops suffered in the trenches and how medical science advanced rapidly cope with the injuries that were sustained. Students created diorama’s of medical stations and First Aid kits that troop would have visited or used.

Srebrenica Memorial Day

A Level History students wanted to raise the whole school awareness of the events surrounding the massacre at Srebrenica. They prepared a presentation that was delivered to the whole school in the PSHRE classes. Students were also able to get more information from a display in the library.

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