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  • Reassurance About Grades

    Reassurance About Grades


    Jill Duffy, OCR CEO, shares some reassuring words to students on getting grades this summer.

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  • Year 11 & 13 Assessment Guides

    Year 11 & 13 Assessment Guides


    Our Assessments Guides provides you with all the information about how we will be arriving at teacher assessed grades this year for the awarding of GCSEs    A 'Levels and BTECs this summer. Click the links below to download.

    We will be providing you an opportunity to participate in a Q&A session with senior staff on:  Tuesday 4th May, Year 13, 6.00pm, and Year 11, 6.30pm

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  • 23-Apr-21 Letter to all Parents/Carers from the Headteacher

    23-Apr-21 Letter to all Parents/Carers from the Headteacher


    Dear Parents and Carers

    We have been made aware of recent posts on social media in relation to some incidents that have taken place over the past week. Some of the posts are related to concerns about bullying.

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  • SJP Launch 'Ban the Bottle' Campaign

    SJP Launch 'Ban the Bottle' Campaign


    As part of Earth Day, pupils at St John Plessington Catholic College, Bebington are promoting their 'Ban the Bottle’ Campaign.

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  • Agent Academy Opportunity

    Agent Academy Opportunity


    Are you passionate about digital and creative? We’re on the lookout for talented and ambitious young people to join the next Agent Academy programme, starting in April 2021.

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  • Food Menus

    Food Menus


    Dear Families

    Please see attached the menu of food that will be available in the canteen for the 4 weeks following our return after Easter.  Please share these with your child. 

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  • Start of the summer term

    Start of the summer term


    Dear families 

    I hope you have all had a good break. 

    We are looking forward to welcoming all our students back in full uniform on Monday 12th April at 8.30am.

    A reminder for your child to take an LFT test please before their return, ideally on Sunday evening.

    Also, you will probably have heard in the news that the need to wear face coverings in school corridors and classrooms has been reviewed and will remain in place at least until 17th May. Please continue to provide your child with these and remind them of the importance of wearing them. 

    Have a lovely weekend 

    Yours sincerely

    Ms Maria Sharratt

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  • SJP Lenten Liturgy 2021- Voices around the Cross

    SJP Lenten Liturgy 2021- Voices around the Cross


    Once again this year we have celebrated a different kind of Lent in our College Community due to the restrictions brought about by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Next week, Holy Week is the most important weeks in our Christian Calendar.

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  • 22-Mar-21 Message from the Headteacher

    22-Mar-21 Message from the Headteacher


    Dear Families

    I hope you are all well. I am writing to give you an update as we enter the third week of our return to full face to face teaching.

    It has been very pleasing to see how all year groups have settled back in so the school routines and study habits. For Y11 and Y13 this is a particularly important period as we prepare for teacher assessed grades for this year’s GCSEs and A-Levels.

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  • Silent Movie Competition

    Silent Movie Competition


    Before we came back the drama department ran a competition which invited year 7 pupils to create their own silent movies! 

    We had lots of excellent entries and we have been able to narrow it down to 4 winners - David Buttery, Rosa Turk, Libbie Lefebvre and Lily Garnett. 

    We also awarded 4 runners up - Keagan Harwood, Michael Kinealy, Amelie Stirrett and Lucas Samuel. 

    Well done everyone!

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  • Covid Home Testing Kits

    Covid Home Testing Kits


    Dear Families

    Up to one in three people who have COVID-19 can spread the virus without knowing. This is because they have no symptoms. To reduce the spread of the virus, we need to identify those individuals. We can do this in college by carrying out tests at home twice every week, 3-4 days apart. 

    The Government has recently announced that all secondary and college aged students will be offered tests to make the return to college safer for everyone.

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  • GCSEs and A Levels in Summer 2021 - FAQs

    GCSEs and A Levels in Summer 2021 - FAQs


    Dear parents, carers, Year 11 and Year 13 pupils

    I am very much aware that you have many questions regarding the awarding of grades for GCSEs and A Levels in Summer 2021. Please find below the answers to some FAQs which I hope you will find helpful. 

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