St Johns School

Investing in Children, Investing in the Future!

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Admissions
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St Johns Schools admits children from 4 to 11 years of age. Children start in the Foundation Stage class in the September prior to their fifth birthday. To attend St Johns Primary School you need to be living in our catchment area. Addresses can be checked with us or by contacting the Department of…

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Catchment
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St Johns catchment area is geographically very large but also sparsely populated. To attend St Johns Primary School you need to be living in our catchment area. Addresses can be checked with the school or by contacting the Department of Education and Children’s Offices.

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Governors
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The role of the Governors is to act as a ‘critical friend’ in overseeing the curriculum, appointing staff, setting agreed targets and monitoring the Head’s performance. The Governors are made up of a Chairperson, who is an elected member of the Education Council, one elected Parent Governor and one…

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Our Vision
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Together we build a safe, secure and inclusive environment where relationships thrive and there are strong partnerships, creating a mutual respect for each other. Every day, we challenge our children to become enquiring and independent learners who display positive self esteem. Through real-life le…

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School Council
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The School Council is made up of two pupil representatives from each year group. They aim to: represent all the pupils of the school; work with the headteacher and teachers to support the aims of the school, making it a safe, happy, fair place where we can learn together; promote an understanding o…

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Staff
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Senior Leadership Team Headteacher: Tracy Willoughby Deputy Headteacher: Matthew Callister Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator: Sarah Lowe Sara Ayres Gill Buttery School Administrator: …

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