This Friday, 3rd December, hundreds of schools around Britain are taking part in Number Day. This is a fun-packed maths class which takes place at 11am in each school and the funds raised will go to the NSPCC.
[Harrogate News] - St John Fisher Catholic High School celebrated the Queen's Diamond Jubilee on Friday 1st June with a host of activities organised by the School Council. An assembly took place with presentations and choir performances by Year 7s, and catering staff
[Coventry Telegraph] - Erin Moore and Harryson Barber toast to the Queen at St John Fisher Playgroup. EVEN the play dough was a patriotic red, white and blue as nursery tots kicked off their own Diamond Jubilee celebrations yesterday. Staff at St Andrew's Day Nursery in
[The Guardian] - Maybe as a wallchart. Charles Harris London • During the war, my mother provided sandwiches of "banana spread" – mashed, boiled parsnips, plus banana flavouring and maybe a little sugar (Letters, 1 June). John Fisher Hitchin, Hertfordshire.
[This is Staffordshire] - In Newcastle, pupils from St Mary's and St John Fisher schools were joined by Newcastle College students and residents from Ashfields Grange retirement housing for a party yesterday. More than 70 people had lunch together and watched an old film.
[Dewsbury Reporter] - By Ben Morgan ST JOHN Fisher turned in a super show to lift the Heavy Woollen FA Brook Butler Cup against Thornhill Lees. Fisher's win featured two hat-tricks and a bevy of wasted chances at Littletown FC's Beck Lane ground in Sunday's final.
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - Brook Butler Cup Winners: St John Fisher OB. Rowland Road WMC Snr Cup Winners: Halton Moor. Albert West Mem Awards Cup Winners: Smiling Mule. Sonder Heating and Vent Cup Winners: BD3 Utd. Division One Cup Winners: FC New Pot Oil.
[Elmbridge Today] - Long Ditton's 2nd XI lost by 93 runs at John Fisher in the Surrey County League's 2nd XI Division 2. The visitors won the toss and decided to bowl, with Dan Johnstone taking and Tom Rogers taking as John Fisher were dismissed for 165 in 42
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - In the HEAVY WOOLLEN LEAGUE, St John Fisher Old Boys lost the Challenge Cup final 5-4 on penalties to Birkenshaw following a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes and extra-time on Thursday. But there was joy for Fisher on Sunday when they lifted the HEAVY WOOLLEN
[Spalding Guardian] - In the senior Windsor events, Ryan Mountney won the gents' compound with a new club record, with John Fisher claiming third. More success came with Lynn Fisher finishing second in the senior ladies' recurve, with Lisa Spinks third.
[Elmbridge Today] - And Trent Carter took as Thames Ditton bowled out their opponents for 61 in overs. The away side then reached their victory target for the loss of four wickets in 26 overs. The Weybridge Vandals Cricket Club 2nd XI's match at John Fisher in
by Paul Gotham Tim Johnson (St. John Fisher) came on with bases loaded and retired the side for his fourth save of the season. The Sodus, N.Y. native made a bang-bang play snaring a line drive off the bat of Elmira's John Snyder, turning and getting ...
by Tiffany Throughout the series, I fell in love with Bishop (ultimately Cardinal) John Fisher and Sir Thomas More. Adorable, the lot of them. I loved how Thomas More was portrayed as the family man that he was. I found it heartening to get a ...
Keep us safe: youngsters from St John Fisher lead the campaign. PEOPLE who park dangerously outside Ealing primary schools could face a penalty fine, as part of a borough road safety campaign. It aims to tackle those who ...