The John Fisher School offers its students a range of opportunities to continue their personal development outside of the curriculum. Whether it be playing an instrument or singing in the choir, performing in a drama production, playing a sport, embarking on residential trip or joining a society or club, there is something for everyone.


The PE department run a number of competitive and non-competitive activities for students throughout the year. Students have the privilege of representing one of the best sporting state schools in the country and will compete against many of the top private schools. Recreationally, students can engage in a number of activities that include joining the gym, playing table tennis at lunch times and going climbing.

If you have any queries or questions, you can email for the attention of the relevant staff member:

Athletics:  Mr Robe

Basketball: Mrs Winkelman

Cricket:  Mr O'Connor

Cross Country:  Mr Fell

Football:  Mr Webb

Rugby:  Mr Street


Students at The John Fisher School are offered a wide range of enrichment activities by the Music department. The jewel in the crown is undoubtedly the Choir, which has a national reputation for excellence. Additionally, students perform in various orchestras and are given the opportunity to undertake music lessons delivered by peripatetic teachers.

If you have any queries or questions you can email, for the attention of the Music Administrator. 

Clubs & Societies

In addition to Sport and Music, students are offered a wide range of activities that are run each week to support them in their Faith, Academic Progress and enjoyment of school life.

If you have any queries or questions regarding the Duke of Edinburgh Awards, you can email the team at, for the attention of Mr S. Robe.