Please see the attached poster for details of all the events we will be running on Saint Pius Pledge Day. For more information – please contact Miss McGibbon in school.
Over the course of the last month, our year 11 students have been taking part in a school-based Public Speaking competition. They spoke on a wide range of topics, making interesting and well-argued points throughout their speeches. Our two winners, Amelia Hopkinson and Dana-Leigh Togara, were put forward to speak in a Yorkshire-wide competition organised by the Catenian society. Speaking … Read More
National Careers Week ran from the 4th to the 9th of March 2019 and aimed to promote the importance of good careers education in schools and colleges. At Saint Pius we invited speakers into school to give students information on a wide variety of career options. We also welcomed a visit by the BBC – who did an assembly for … Read More
On the 2nd March 2019, 130 students from the Diocese of Hallam, accompanied by Bishop Ralph, several priests and the Chaplaincy Coordinators from each of the schools, attended the Flame Event at Wembley Arena, London. The event is the largest Catholic Youth event in England and Wales and this year 8,000 young people attended. It was a great day and … Read More
CONGRATULATIONS to all our football teams for a successful week in the cup competition. All four teams have progressed into the semi-finals! Y7 beat Swinton, Y8 beat Clifton, Y9 beat Wingfield and Y10 beat Dinnington.
Thursday 7th March was World Book Day and the English department and our English Ambassadors worked hard to promote the joy of reading to the whole school. Members of staff dressed as their favourite book characters and at 3pm everyone in school read for 30 minutes. The library was a hub of activity for most of the day as students … Read More
We have a new menu beginning in April this year – please see the attachment for details.
Our school was recently selected to take part in a geophysical survey at Wentworth Woodhouse (a grade 1 listed country house in the village of Wentworth). Over the course of two days, 30 of our Y10 students visited the site and used a variety of survey techniques to help search for the estates original garden paths. The results of the … Read More
On Monday 4th February Ashley Porter-Exley came in to school to speak to our Y11 students. Ashley, who won series 3 of BBC’s ‘The Young Apprentice’, is from Wath. She spoke about her experience on the show and her life after school. Ashley spends much of her time speaking to young people about how they can achieve their goals and … Read More