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St John Fisher Primary a Catholic Voluntary Academy, Sheffield
Our 'Statement to Live By' this week: ‘I try to keep going when things are difficult and not give up’ | Lenten Class Liturgies: The last liturgies of this year's Lenten season are on Monday for Years 3-6 and Tuesdays for FS2, and Years 1-2. They start at 3pm so please arrive by 2.55pm and sign in. Thank you. | Extreme Reading 2018: Keep sending in your pictures please! Check out the article below in the 'Latest News' section and see the pictures which have been sent in so far! | 'Wake UP, Shake UP' & 'Get Set, GO!' 8.40am: 'Wake Up, Shake Up’ (on the playground or in the School Hall if the weather is poor) - 8.45am: ‘Get Set, GO!’ - children go directly to their classrooms at 8.45am from the playground (or the School Hall in poor weather). Thank you. | 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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'Our Statement To Live By' This Week

18th Mar 2018

‘I try to keep going when things are difficult and not give up’

Time to talk: Recently we have been thinking about why making mistakes (and then learning from them) is an important part of learning.

Next week we will reflect on why it is important to be resilient, especially when we are learning something new or making an important change in our lives.

At St John Fisher we teach our children to remain positive and never, ever, ever give up.

Can you think of a time when you refused to give up? How did you feel when things did not go quite as you wanted? What made you keep going? Did you achieve your goal in the end? How did it feel if/when it did?