Ss John Fisher and Thomas More Roman Catholic High School

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Ss John Fisher and Thomas More RC High School
Address
Gibfield Road


,
BB8 8JT

Coordinates53°50′46″N 2°11′20″W / 53.84607°N 2.18877°W / 53.84607; -2.18877Coordinates: 53°50′46″N 2°11′20″W / 53.84607°N 2.18877°W / 53.84607; -2.18877
Information
TypeVoluntary aided school
Religious affiliation(s)Roman Catholic
Established1960
Local authorityLancashire
Department for Education URN119785 Tables
OfstedReports
GenderCoeducational
Age11 to 16
Website

Ss John Fisher and Thomas More RC High School is a coeducational secondary school located in Colne in the English county of Lancashire.[1] The school is named after the Roman Catholic Saints John Fisher and Thomas More. The headteacher from September 2002 to July 2007 was Mr Brendan Conboy, who moved to Our Lady's Catholic College.[2]

Description[edit]

Established in 1960, it is a voluntary aided school administered by Lancashire County Council and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Salford. The principal associated primary schools are Holy Saviour RC Primary School in Nelson, Holy Trinity RC Primary School in Brierfield, Sacred Heart RC Primary School in Colne, St John Southworth RC Primary School in Nelson and St Joseph's RC Primary School in Barnoldswick.[3]

Ss John Fisher and Thomas More RC High School offers GCSEs and BTECs as programmes of study for pupils. The school also offers some vocational courses, in conjunction with local further education colleges.[4]

Notable former pupils[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ss John Fisher and Thomas More". Ss John Fisher and Thomas More Roman Catholic High School.
  2. ^ "New school chief is raring to get stuck in". Lancaster Guardian.
  3. ^ "Admissions". Ss John Fisher and Thomas More Roman Catholic High School.
  4. ^ "Curriculum". Ss John Fisher and Thomas More Roman Catholic High School.
  5. ^ Jon Livesey. "East Lancashire actress leaves ITV sitcom Benidorm". This Is Lancashire.
  6. ^ Chris Flanagan. "Neil Hodgson: My life story, part one". Lancashire Telegraph.
  7. ^ "Natalie Haythornthwaite- Netball's biggest day". Team England.
  8. ^ "Natalie Haythornthwaite: England attacker leaves Wasps Netball to join NSW Swifts". BBC News. Retrieved 10 July 2019.

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