School Council

Bake Off 2018: Results

Thank you to all Key Stage 2 pupils who made a cake or biscuit for this year’s Great Fishergate Bake Off. The judges had an excellent time eating all your baked goodies and said the standards were amazing. An extra…

Salvation Army Toy Collection

Thank you to everyone who brought in a toy or gift for the Salvation Army appeal. Once again our school has donated a carload full of toys to this amazing charity. Marion from the Salvation Army came to collect the…

Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day

Click the picture to visit their website! On Friday 14th December we’re inviting all pupils to take part in Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day. The whole school will be taking part. You won’t need to splash out on a snazzy…

Salvation Army Christmas Gift Appeal

Every year the Salvation Army collect gifts for children and teenagers who receive very little at Christmas. In 2017 they distributed toys and gifts to over 700 children from York and the surrounding area. Last year our school donated over 90…

Memory Walk

On Friday 26th October we will again be having a Harry Potter themed non-uniform day in memory of Jenny Baldock who sadly passed away 2 years ago.

All pupils are invited to come into school dressed as a character from Harry Potter- Jenny was a big fan so we decided that this was a fitting tribute to her. Pupils are asked to bring in £1 donation which will go towards redeveloping the John Lally garden at school.

At 1.15pm on Friday 26th October pupils from Key Stage 1 and 2 will be going on a walk to remember our former colleague and friend. We will all be walking up to Millennium Bridge and back.

We need parent/carer volunteers to come along for the walk. If you can come along at please see your class teacher.

Thank you for your support.

Jo Heyes and Fishergate School Council

School Council Election Results

Here is our school council 2018-19

Thank you to everyone who nominated themselves to be on the School Council this year. As always the results were very close and when they were announced in Friday’s celebration assembly, the response to those who had been successful was very supportive. 

Every class in Key Stage 1 and 2 has one School Council member. They will work hard to ensure that all your ideas are listened to and will help to make the school an even better place to be.