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St John Fisher Primary a Catholic Voluntary Academy, Sheffield
Yellow Day: The feast of St David, the Patron Saint of Wales, is on Thursday 1st March. The members of St David's House will celebrate Yellow Day on Friday 2nd March! This means that members can come to school wearing something yellow instead of school uniform. Please note: The children in the other Houses must wear full school uniform on that day. Thank you. | World Book Day 2018: This take place on Thursday 1st March 2018. As it is such a special day, the whole community is invited to come to school dressed as their favourite book character! Thank you. | Book Week 2018: The first week of Term 4 is Book Week! As it is 100 years since women started receiving the vote, we will focus on female authors and books with female characters. | Save a Life! Join Myla's fight! Please consider registering to be a bone marrow donor via the following sites (1) www.anthonynolan.org (2) www.dkns.org.uk (3) www.nhsbt.nhs.uk . Thank you. | INSET Day Reminder: School will be closed on Monday 26th February as it is a staff training day. We reopen to pupils on Tuesday 27th February for the start of Term 4. Thank you. | Forthcoming Events Please check out the calendar and weekly newsletter for details of forthcoming events!
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Mylas’ Fight – Please Register

30th Jan 2018

Myla is a lively five year old who lives in our community. Just four weeks ago was diagnosed with a very rare and life- threatening disease known as severe Aplastic Anaemia.

This cruel disease causes total bone marrow failure, which leads to a serious deficiency in all three types of blood cells that we need in order to live healthily.

Sadly, there is no cure. Her best chance of surviving lies in her receiving a bone marrow transplant, but unfortunately, there are not many donors on the bone marrow register. Myla’s mum and dad are therefore urging as many people as possible to sign up to the register. It is easy to do and can be done online. Those who sign up will be sent a swab kit. All they have to do is swab the inside of their mouths, seal it and send it back for analysis.  

Ninety percent of those selected as possible matches for Myla (or anyone on the register) would be able to donate directly from their bloodstream - which is both a comfortable and painless way of donating. The reward, potentially, is to save a life! Could YOU could be the one who saves Myla’s life? Imagine if she was your child. Please help if you can. This is about the community coming together, so please spread the word.