Welcome to the website for St. John Fisher Catholic Primary School in the parish of St. John Fisher, North Harrow. The principal aim of our school is to be a Catholic community in which those who are part of it can, because of the respect and care exercised by those around them, care for and respect themselves. We hope that pupils will learn to recognise and respect those attributes, however great or small, with which they are endowed and will use them to the full, in service of God and their neighbour.
To support our Catholic ethos we recognise the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This convention establishes and builds shared values for Rights and Responsibilities throughout the whole school.
St. John Fisher is an expanding three-form entry school which opened in 1973 and has always promoted inclusion throughout the school. The school governors work hard in leading the strategic direction of the school and have enabled the school to build strengths across the curriculum, leading to many successes in music, sport and the arts as well as high attainment in all areas of the curriculum.
We hope you find this website useful, whether you are looking for a school for your child or are already a parent of a child currently at our school. If you feel there are improvements that could be made to the site don't hesitate to contact us.
Mrs Maria Conlon
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