Thank you to everyone who has supported our Saint Pius Pledge Day. So far we have raised £4385 for Cancer Research UK and Brain Tumour Research. The day itself was fabulous, the students thoroughly enjoyed joining in with various fundraising activities in the morning and the Race for Life in the afternoon. Fundraising continued into the evening with a Saint … Read More
Euan recently travelled to Finland with the England Ice Hockey Team. The team went unbeaten over 5 games and won the tournament trophy. Well done Euan!
Before Easter, some of our students led ‘The Stations of the Cross’ around the school as part of our Lenten traditions. At each station, the students in nearby classes prayed, and reflected on Jesus’ journey from being sentenced to death through His crucifixion and death.
St Pius X Catholic High School will be used to host the elections, therefore, school will be closed to Y7/Y8/Y9 and Y10 students. Y11 students are to attend school as normal.
The English department have made up revision packs for all our Y11 students. They contained practice questions for literature and language, notes and annotations for books and poetry, flashcards, post it notes and a good luck card for each student, chocolate and stationery. The students were very happy with their goody bags which will help in their final preparations for … Read More
Please see the following information regarding two support events that are coming up in your area. An Education, Health and Care Plan workshop will take place on Wednesday 1st May 2019 at Abbeywood School in Rotherham. The day will cover topics such as – What is an EHCP EHCP needs assessments The process of obtaining a plan What happens after … Read More
On Thursday 28th April, our Y9 students had a special treat in the form of the rock band The Hara. This popular band (touring this spring and summer) are regular visitors in secondary schools. They perform some of their songs and talk to youngsters about the importance of on-line safety and having a positive mental attitude.
Well done Dana-Leigh Togara for raising £100 for the Disasters Emergency Committee to help support victims of Cyclone Idai. Thanks to all those who supported the appeal by buying buns.
Over the last few months we have been collecting toiletries for the Wath Food Bank. Due to the long “Use By” dates on toiletries, the food bank struggles to acquire these items from supermarkets. The donations of toilet rolls, shampoo, soap, toothpaste and toothbrushes were gratefully accepted by Jacqueline Oliver who manages the Food Bank in the centre of Wath.