Admissions Policy - Draft for Consultation 2021
Admissions Policy for 2021.
Admissions Policy for 2021.
Parents can now purchase an Arriva student bus pass for their child and pay by monthly direct debit. Not only will this save them from having to find change for the bus fare each day, but it could also save them money. Student bus passes are charged at £30/month for students who are 18 and under. This could be quite a saving for those who already catch an Arriva bus if you consider that a child's day ticket is £3.50 and a child week ticket is £10.
20 Media & Film Studies pupils boarded an early morning train from Liverpool Lime Street to London Euston on Friday 22nd November in search of a magical experience at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour. Catching a connecting train to Watford Junction they then left the muggle world behind and boarded the Harry Potter bus to the Studio Tour.
On the evening of the 26th of November 2019 St John Plessington Catholic College celebrated the achievements of over 130 students who have achieved a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. We were joined by Dr Ian Lovegrove who has run scientific expeditions in Antarctica and Kevin Rogers who is the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Manager for the Western Sub Region.
Very early on the morning of Tuesday 19th November Year 12 pupils from SJP and SMCC departed from Liverpool John Lennon to Krakow. Once we had arrived and settled in the hotel we set off for the first of our visits. This was a walking tour of the Jewish Quarter of Krakow. The Jewish population of Krakow is not very big since WW2 however they do have several synagogues which we visited and a selection of lovely restaurants tucked away in a beautiful square of the Jewish Quarter. Pupils also had the opportunity to try some traditional Polish food as we went to a street market for lunch. Later on we had a tour of Schindler's Factory Museum which has been devoted to the wartime experiences in Krakow under the five-year Nazi occupation during the World War II.
This October, Pupils from St John Plessington Catholic College, accompanied by Mr Jones and Miss Chesters travelled over 5000 miles to Eastern China. The trip was designed so that pupils would act as a delegation from SJP and visit our sister school in the city of Taicang, Taicang Number 2 Middle School.
Congratulations to Lydia Evans, who made it to the final in a national Young Artist Christmas Competition competition to develop a piece based on a theme of 'Festive Dreams.' for the cover of the 2019 InvestIN Christmas card.
Well done SJP
Today with the help of Year 7 Students 190 Shoeboxes packed by our Students were loaded onto a van bound for Eastern Europe.
The days leading up to Christmas can be frantic and planning is essential, but it has always been a part of our tradition here at SJP to gather together as a community of Staff, Students and Parents to celebrate this most important event in our worlds history the birth of a baby, “Emmanuel – God with us.”
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 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.
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 schools during the night.
Congratulations to our Y12 DT engineering teams who took part in the annual Rotary Club competition at Neston High School.