Yr10 Parents Evening

Thursday 8 June 2017, 3:30pm – 6:30pm

At this event, you will have the opportunity to meet with each individual subject teacher to discuss your child’s progress and most importantly the steps they need to take to prepare for their GCSE examinations.

Your child has already been issued with an appointment form and I have advised them to make their appointments sooner rather than later to avoid disappointment.
A copy of this form can be downloaded here.

If you have any questions about this event or are unable to attend please contact me
0121 717 1259.

Mrs C. Lloyd
Strategic Director of Key Stage 4

Basketball April 2017

Last month, Mr Lane and Miss Price took JHNCC’s Basketball team to watch Worcester Wolves play Newcastle Eagles at Worcester Arena. The 10 pupils who attended witnessed an exhilarating match and fully enjoyed the experience of watching a professional basketball team compete in The British Basketball League. Continue reading

Futsal Championship

On Thursday the 27th of April JHNCC competed in the the Birmingham City Football Association (BCFA) Secondary Schools Futsal Championship Finals at The Play Football Arena.

Miss Price and her assistant Mr Lane took 10 pupils to the tournament, all of which were a credit to our school. Some fantastic futsal was played and we are proud to announce that both the u12s & u14s team finished second!. This is an excellent achievement, well done to following girls!

Millie W – Madison F – Eryn S – Safron H
Lily P – Chloe S Demi A – Olivia G
Kadie T – Kloe M


Handball Tournament April 2017

On the 4th of April, JHNCC hosted The School Games Handball Tournament. We entered two Year 10 teams comprised of GCSE PE and BTEC Sport students. We finished second and third.


Impact Day March 2017


Every year, John Henry Newman Catholic College set aside 6 days to make a real Impact on the learning of our students by providing them with experiences which open up their hearts and minds to new possibilities.  The Impact day programme is designed to complement the academic learning back in the classroom and to motivate the students to achieve at the highest level. We are currently halfway through this year’s Impact day programme and are already seeing great fruits for our labours.

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