SJP was proud to present Disney's Beauty and the Beast this week. With strong characters and lively storytelling, pupils of SJP kept audience members enchanted with dazzling vocals and captivating dialogue as they told the story of Belle and her journey of self discovery as she attempts to rescue her Mother from the claws of the Beast. Pupils from all year groups took to the stage and stunned with their polished performances. We met all of our well-loved Disney characters; Lumier, Cogsworht, Mrs Potts and Chip along with Gaston and Lefou graced the stage and brought with them a horde of villagers and castle objects as they entertained us for close to two hours. Audience members were left speechless by the fantastic performances of all pupils and it was fantastic to see new talent coming to the forefront in leading roles. Pupils once again proved that hard-work and commitment truly pays off and once again demonstrating the high quality performances SJP are renowned for.Find Out More
St John Plessington Catholic College is pleased to present our new Mission Statement.
The statement holds up our values and vision for all members of our community as we move forward and go from strength to strength. It is a much simpler and more memorable statement than the previous one. The purpose of a Mission Statement is to remind us all what the essence of our school life is about on a daily basis and our purpose of existence. Our faith, our core values and our hopes for the future are all encapsulated in this statement and in the imagery that goes with it.
We hope you like it!
Congratulations to some of the year 7/8 girls who represented the school last in a football tournament at Bebington High last night. The girls played some brilliant football and were excellent in representing the school by showing brilliant behaviour and respect to their opponents. The girls were split into two teams as the first round of fixtures seen both teams play two games before they went on into the next stage of the tournament.Find Out More
We ask all parents/carers to complete for their child, a Medical Form with information of any conditions and medication. This information is stored for the time the child is at SJP. We ask parent/carer to update the school if any information changes.Find Out More
A leaflet informing parents and carers about voluntarily supporting the Diocese of Shrewsbury Schools Building Fund will be distributed to pupils to pass to parents and guardians. The leaflet outlines how contributions can be made, including Gift Aid.Find Out More
Foundation Governors play a very important role on our Local Governing Body and are a vital part of the College community, upholding the Catholic Ethos in all aspects of College life. We currently have Foundation Governor vacancies. If you would like to know more about these important voluntary roles, please contact Helen Caul, Clerk to Governors at the College by phone or email (email@example.com).Find Out More
St John Plessington Catholic College is an Outstanding Voluntary Aided Catholic 11-18 Academy. We serve the population of the Wirral and are oversubscribed in all year groups with 1546 pupils.
We have received many accolades over the years including in 2010/2011 the Times Educational Supplement's "OUTSTANDING SECONDARY SCHOOL OF THE YEAR" award. We have achieved the status of a High Performing Specialist School and, as a National Support School, a Leading Edge School as well as a National Leader of Education, we provide service and support to other schools in the local area and the wider region.
In May 2013 we received our second Outstanding OFSTED judgement (previously Outstanding in 2007) and were delighted to have been awarded best Mathematics Department in the Times Educational Supplement awards of 2013. In 2014 we were awarded the status of National Teaching School, reflecting our key role in helping other schools to be successful as well as helping to train the next generation of outstanding teachers and leaders. Further to this, we were, once again, shortlisted for Outstanding Secondary School of The Year in 2018 which is a phenomenal achievement.
We are very proud of these external validations of our success but value above all else the hard work and support of our community of pupils, families and staff. Working together in partnership we believe that anything and everything is possible. We are proud of the fact that we do not select our pupils by ability or social class but instead uphold our Christian values that all children are welcome in our community.
SJP were proud to present Disney's Beauty and the Beast this week. With strong characters and lively storytelling, pupils of SJP kept audience members enchanted with dazzling vocals and captivating dialogue as they told the story of Belle and her journey of self discovery as...
On Thursday 7th November two Yr 7/8 girls teams represented SJP for a second time at Bebington High, but this time hosted by Tranmere Rovers Football Club. The girls yet again were brilliant in representing the school by showing respect and professionalism as they competed against a host of other sc...
Congratulations to our Y12 DT engineering teams who took part in the annual Rotary Club competition at Neston High School.
During the month of November, we especially remember those who have died, from our families and among our friends. We are grateful to them for the faith and for the gift of family they have passed on to us or the friendship they have given to us. We thank God for all those who have touched our heart...
On Monday 21st October Textiles and Art 6th form students visited Southport's Atkinson Art Gallery.
St John Plessington Catholic College Today we celebrated our Y8 Achievement Assembly during which we celebrated the successes and improvements that our fabulous students have been part of this year. https://t.co/wAKlfrAdGz
St John Plessington Catholic College Harry Patrick, Harley Harrison and Riley Kelly worked hard to make sure Pudsey was welcomed into our SJP community during his sofa push. #BBC #CIN19 #Pudsey https://t.co/fT0Bk57QkX
"All that is best in Catholic education."Bishop of Shrewsbury
WINNER – Secondary School of the YearTES National Schools Awards 2010
“Students are invariably polite and courteous towards each other and their teachers.”(Ofsted)
“The students at St John Plessington are the jewels in the crown of this Outstanding College.”(Ofsted)