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St John Fisher Primary a Catholic Voluntary Academy, Sheffield
Our feature books of the week are: 'DK Real Superheroes' by Julia Seal (click here) and 'The Big Book of Football' by Mundial (click here) | Our Statement of Belief is: I understand what trust means. | TEAMWORK is our Term 5 Learning Value [Open Image] | 07-06-22 - class group photographs (Y1/Y2 pupils to wear normal uniform and bring PE uniform to change in to) [Open Image] | SJF Moving Up Days 2022: Please click here | Term 5 Curriculum Overviews: please click here  | RE Curriculum Overview (Terms 5 & 6) please click here | What's On Guide for Parents and Carers (please click here) | SJF Curriculum Showcase (Terms 3 & 4) click here  | Reading Volunteers: If you are interested please contact us for more information. | Get Set, GO! Every morning at 8.45am [Open Image] | Our School Office is open between 8.30am and 4.30pm.  | SJF Safeguarding information: Please click here.  | Online safety information for parents/carers is available by clicking here and hitting this link be directed to the 'Internet Matters' website.  | Latest Newsletters: Click here | We are proud to be a Trauma Informed School! Please click the LINK to find out more! | Future SJF Term and Holiday Dates: Please click here
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News - Y2

20th Jan 2022
Our latest feature book for younger children is: The Problem with Pierre by C.K....
16th Jan 2022
Our feature book for younger children is: Gorilla by Anthony Browne.   The...
16th Jan 2022
Consultation letter for the transfer of St John Fisher Primary - A Catholic Voluntary...
14th Jan 2022
This term, the children of Y2 are learning all about animals and how they grow, change...
14th Jan 2022
This week we have another fun challenge demonstrated by Kessy, one of our fantastic...
8th Jan 2022
Having respect for ourselves and others is very important. it helps us to be more...
22nd Dec 2021
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22nd Dec 2021
Thank you to all the children who took part and to Mrs Broadhead and Miss Brownbill...