Ofsted Outstanding School: June 2015
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A school with friendship, forgiveness, trust and compassion at its heart.

We’re a school that places importance on both education and community, so within our day and activities, you will find life skills threaded through the children’s learning.

We encourage our children not only to achieve with regards the curriculum, but also personally too, learning to be respectful, compassionate and kind people, able to leave our care and take the next step in their life and education.

We encourage you to come and meet us, look around and see if St John’s is the school for your child or a community partner to work alongside in the future.

Christian Distinctiveness

From the headteacher

St. John’s is a primary school filled with happy children and staff, where all children enjoy learning and playing together.
We place huge emphasis on listening and respect, so that all children are heard and so encouraged to be the best they can be.

We feel privileged to be teaching your children and see it as vital that we not only support them, but also their families throughout the learning journey.

We strive to create a strong partnership with you, within a caring Christian environment, to maintain our high standards of behaviour, learning and social skills to equip our children in both education and life.

Kind regards,
Mr Smith

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Mighty Hike Challenge -

This Saturday Mrs Gee is taking part in The Thames Path Mighty Hike and walking 26 miles to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support in memory of Gill Taylor, a member of St John's School Staff.

If you wish to sponsor Mrs Gee, please follow the link below

www.justgiving.com/fundraising/LouGee2024?utm_medium=proxy_fundraising&utm_content=LouGee2024&utm...
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Mighty Hike Challenge -
This Saturday Mrs Gee is taking part in The Thames Path Mighty Hike and walking 26 miles to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support in memory of Gill Taylor, a member of St Johns School Staff.
If you wish to sponsor Mrs Gee, please follow the link below
https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/LouGee2024?utm_medium=proxy_fundraising&utm_content=LouGee2024&utm_source=whatsapp&utm_campaign=pfp-whatsapp

Year 1 have been learning about repeating patterns using different equipment and colours ... See MoreSee Less

Did you know?

Did you know our last day of term is MONDAY 22ND JULY for children. Tuesday 23rd July is a staff development day. If your child is going to be absent due to being on holiday, please email us before the date of absence to advise.

We contact parents of children who are absent by 9am on the day to ascertain the reason for absence.

Thank you for your support.
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Did you know?
Did you know our last day of term is MONDAY 22ND JULY for children. Tuesday 23rd July is a staff development day.  If your child is going to be absent due to being on holiday, please email us before the date of absence to advise.
We contact parents of children who are absent by 9am on the day to ascertain the reason for absence.
Thank you for your support.

Health Needs Policy

We encourage you to respond to the public consultation on the Health Needs Policy.

The consultation closes on 28th July and can be accessed on www.kent.gov.uk/healthneedspolicy

The policy is designed to provide clarity on the arrangements which will apply when a school pupil in Kent is not able to attend school for health/medical reasons for 15 days or more in an academic year.

In particular, the policy provides information for all stakeholders including the local authority, schools, parents and pupils on their responsibilities and collaborative working. This will ensure that all pupils have access to suitable education and receive appropriate support in light of their health/medical needs.
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Health Needs Policy 
We encourage you to respond to the public consultation on the Health Needs Policy. 
The consultation closes on 28th July and can be accessed on www.kent.gov.uk/healthneedspolicy 
The policy is designed to provide clarity on the arrangements which will apply when a school pupil in Kent is not able to attend school for health/medical reasons for 15 days or more in an academic year.
 In particular, the policy provides information for all stakeholders including the local authority, schools, parents and pupils on their responsibilities and collaborative working. This will ensure that all pupils have access to suitable education and receive appropriate support in light of their health/medical needs.

On Wednesday Year 5 took part in a graffiti art workshop focusing on creative expression.

Thank you to the Friends of St John’s for supporting this session. 
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I'm really surprised at how good they are! Will we get to take them home?

Mae really enjoyed this

Abby said that they are coming home today

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