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St John Fisher Primary a Catholic Voluntary Academy, Sheffield
First Holy Communion 2018: We congratulate Marisa, Olivia, Leon, Jacob, William, Tiarnan, Daniel, Jason, Lottie, Vilius, Oscar and Emilia who received the Sacrament of the Eucharist for the first time on Saturday 16th June 2018. | Sports Day 2018: Our annual Sports Day is on Friday 29th June. We would like all children to wear their SJF PE uniform on that day. FS2/KS1 at 1.00pm and KS2 2.00pm. Thank you. | The Feast of St John Fisher Please join us for a special Mass of celebration and thanksgiving to mark the feast of our patron, St John Fisher this Friday at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. Mass begins at 9.30am and our service will be led by the young people of Y3. Thank you. | Celebration Assemblies will start just after 9.00am each Friday for the rest of the academic year. Please note that here will be no Celebration Assembly on Friday 22nd June 2018. Thank you. | Our 'Statement to Live By' is: "I notice we are the same and we are different." | PASSION is our learning value this term! | Save a Life! Please consider being a bone marrow donor. You can find out more and register via the following sites (1) (2) (3) . Thank you. | Forthcoming Events Please check out the calendar and weekly newsletter for details of forthcoming events!
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2018-2019 Term Dates

21st Dec 2017

The term dates for next year (2018/19) have been released. All the Sheffield Catholic schools have agreed to align with the Sheffield holidays next year. The only aspect which is different are the INSET days, though most of the Catholic primary schools are adopting the same ones this year.

Governors hope that this makes things easier for parents/carers with children in more than one setting.

In an effort to equalise the lengths of terms in 2018/19 there will be a two-week holiday at the beginning of April for all schools in Sheffield.

For Catholic schools, this means that we will return to school at the beginning of Holy Week, which is different as we normally have a holiday after Easter. It also means that there will only be a one-week holiday over the Spring Bank Holiday in 2018/19.