St John Fisher: Our Vision
At St John Fisher, we strive to create a school community where children and adults achieve their full potential and SHINE! We will achieve this through engagement, high expectations and by treating all with respect and dignity.
- We build truthful communications with all members of our school, parish and wider community to ensure children can thrive with safe and effective care.
We hope to provide you with links to useful websites if you need advice, help or support. Mrs Forrest is our school Child Protection Officer and Mrs Fillingham is the Deputy Child Protection Officer. They are always available to speak to if you have concerns about a child’s welfare or your own.
You may be worried about someone who you fear is suffering domestic abuse or you may be experiencing it yourself. Click here for further information about where you can get help from The First Step- Knowsley’s Domestic Abuse Guidance
If you would like to get more healthy or find out more about what is available in your area, click here Active Knowsley
You may have concerns about your housing situation. Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services.
This Knowsley Early Help site has information for you if you have debt or financial worries.
The Knowsley Information Service has a wealth of information and advice about areas from Transport ,Play and Leisure through to Health and Wellbeing and finding a doctor or dentist. You may be able to find the answers you are looking for about your local area.
The NSPCC has information to explain what child sexual exploitation is and what to do if you are concerned about a child.
Help your child understand how to keep themselves safe from abuse by
talking ‘PANTS and joining Pantosaurus’ on the NSPCC site.
If you are concerned that you or someone you care about has a problem with alcohol there is lots of help available. You can find some useful links and phone numbers here at the Drinkaware website
Operation Encompass was created so that by 9.00am on the next school day, a ‘Key Adult” will be informed that the child or young person has been involved in or witnessed a domestic incident. This knowledge, given to schools through Operation Encompass, allows the provision of immediate early intervention through ‘overt’ or ‘silent support’, depending upon the needs and wishes of the child.