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  • YEAR 3 AND YEAR 4 ASSEMBLY ON HEALTHY MINDS

    Published 11/07/19

    Recently the year 3 and year 4 children had an assembly on child mental health.  The children talked about the importance of having a healthy mind as well as a healthy body. They discussed ideas on how we can improve this: relaxing, talking to friends, a good night’s sleep, exercise  and eating the right food.  Lots of parents come and watch and the teacher was very proud of the fantastic job they all did.

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  • Ofsted Guide for Parents

    Published 10/07/19

    Please find attached a guide for parents, which explains why Ofsted inspects schools and what happens during an inspection. 

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  • Wearing Red for Comic Relief

    Published 18/03/19

    This year, the children at St John’s all wore something red in support of Comic Relief.

    We donated money to this worthwhile cause and found out how the charity helps people in the United Kingdom and abroad. 

    So far this year, Comic Relief has raised an incredible £63,548,668! 

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  • Water Safety

    Published 04/03/19

    Dennis from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) visited the lower site to talk about the organisation and how to stay safe in the water and at sea.

     

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  • E-Safety: The Momo Challenge

    Published 27/02/19

    The academy has been made aware of this online sinister challenge that has been circulating amongst various social media platforms including Youtube and WhatsApp.

    We ask all parents and carers to be aware of this trend and ensure that your child will be safe from it. 

    Please refer to the attached Momo Online Safety Guide for Parents for more information and ways to help your child. 

    National Online Safety offers parents and carers guidance and information about other online issues.

     

     

    If you would like to speak to a member of the staff regarding this issue, please do not hesitate to contact the academy office. 

     

     

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  • Y1 Super Hero Artwork

    Published 08/02/19

        

    Year 1 have been creating their own superhero artwork.  

    The children used water colours for the background, then used 2D shapes to create their buildings.

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  • Supertato

    Published 07/02/19

    The children in Year 1 have been listening to the story ‘Supertato’.  We talked about the story and who the characters were. We then created our very own Supertato by following Miss Williams’ instructions.

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  • Well Done Isla!

    Published 01/02/19

    Isla has achieved her 50 metres swimming certificate.

    An amazing achievement, well done Isla!
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  • Year 2 Create Artwork

    Published 01/02/19

    We have been researching Jackson Pollock and have created art work inspired by his techniques. 

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  • Superhero Day

    Published 14/01/19

    To launch our new topic for this term, we all came to school dressed as our favourite superhero! 

    We created our own superhero masks ready for our superhero cinema in the afternoon.  We also created some super writing for our display in the corridor, writing about what we would do if we were a superhero.

    In the afternoon, we went to our very own superhero cinema where we enjoyed "The Incredibles" and ate popcorn!

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  • Dick Whittington comes to St John's

    Published 17/12/18

    The PTFA very kindly provided funding this year for a pantomime performance of Dick Whittington at St John's.  The show took place in the hall, with the children sat either side of the action for a super close-up experience.  Everyone had a wonderful time and truly got into the Christmas spirit!

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  • Christmas Biscuits

    Published 22/11/18

    This week in our family learning group we decorated our own Christmas biscuits.

    If you would like to come along and find out more, we meet every Thursday from 9.00 am until 11.00 am. Everyone is welcome! 

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