Update regarding 660 bus service

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20th September 2017 Update regarding 660 bus service As you are aware we have trialled hiring a coach to cover the 660 am service. Unfortunately, as only 53 students had paid to use this service on a regular basis, it will not be possible for school to continue to subsidise this service in the mornings. This service will not continue … Read More

PROVISIONAL GCSE RESULTS 2017

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PROVISIONAL GCSE RESULTS 2017   Following the changes in the grading to GCSE in English and Maths.   Grade 4 is classed as a standard C pass Grade 5 is classed as a strong C pass   RESULTS BOYS GIRLS TOTAL Y11 cohort for 2017 – Student Numbers 59 71   130   Students achieving 4+ and 5+ in English … Read More

Football Results

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Last night we had the first football fixtures against Thrybergh. The year 9 won 8-2, Kian Oakley scoring a hat-trick, and the Year 10 were unlucky to concede in the final minutes to lose 2-1. Thanks Sam Turnell Head of Physical Education

TERM DATES 2017/2018

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Attached is the school calendar for the next academic year showing school holidays, bank holidays and Inset days. Miss Smith and all the staff at Saint Pius X would like to wish all students and their families a very happy and safe summer holiday. 2017 2018 calendar

Bus timetable update

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Travel South Yorkshire have provided timetables for bus services which have been altered following the closure of Bright Bus. They have also included timetables for the 220 and 221 services from Conisbrough. Timetables for bus services which are not affected have not been included as they remain the same. These are the am and pm Rawmarsh service and the Thurnscoe … Read More

Fundraising for the ‘Dreamflight’ charity

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Pictured are three of our Year 8 students who helped out with our last fundraising event of the academic year. On Wednesday 19th July, we had a bake sale to raise money for the Dreamflight charity. Dreamflight is a UK charity that changes young lives through taking children with a serious illness or disability, without their parents, on the holiday … Read More