Your Money Matters, the first-ever curriculum-mapped financial education textbook, is aimed at students aged 15 to 16, and will teach them about topics such as savings, budgeting, borrowing, student loans and identity theft. It was written by the financial education charity Young Money with guidance from the Money saving Expert Martin Lewis. Download a free PDF of the textbook from … Read More
Staff and students observed a 2 minute silence today at 11:am to commemorate the 100 years since the end of the First World War. Displays around the school showed 700 images of soldiers to represent every person in the school. Poppies were signed by everyone to illustrate their remembrance. Y10 and Y11 students held a service in the school foyer … Read More
This year as well as collecting loose change to send to CAFOD, our CAFOD young leaders have collected tinned and dried food to go to the St Wilfrids Centre an organisation that supports the needs of the homeless and vulnerable in our diocese. 5 boxes of food were collected and a representative from St Wilfrids came to St Pius to … Read More
Senior SMSA Maureen Clutton left us at the end of October after 31 years of service. We would like to send her all our best wishes for a happy retirement and to thank her for the commitment she has shown to her duties. She was presented with flowers and gifts by Headteacher Miss Smith.
On Tuesday 16th October, Saint Pius X joined in with the European Restart A Heart Day. This event takes place on the 16th of October every year to create awareness and give communities the opportunity to learn CPR. As in previous years, all our Y7 students joined in with this event, and learnt vital skills which could one day save … Read More
Meet our new Hallam Young Chaplaincy Leaders ;Fleur Brown, Harley Taylor-Blessed and Eva Hanby.They will be working in school under the direction of Mrs Reynolds (our Chaplaincy Co-ordinator) and organising a number of projects including fundraising for Cafod and the homeless as well as raising awareness on issues, such as poverty – getting members of our school community involved in … Read More
Last April, we ran the Race for Life at Saint Pius for the second year running. We raised the outstanding total of £7016.53 for the Cancer Research UK charity and we presented them with the cheque at the end of last term. This week, we received a lovely thank you letter from them which we wanted to share with all … Read More
We are planning a single storey building which will be located at the rear of the school. Plans and information will be available for parents and residents. Please see the attached letters for further details. Letter to residents 16.10.18 (1) Letter to parents 16.10.18 (1)
We are aware of the importance of good mental health in students and staff. As part of this, 16 members of our staff have trained as Mental Health First Aiders in school to provide support where needed.