Red Nose Day...
We have raised £366.92
Thank you for your support!
webale (Thank you!)
May we take this opportunity to say a big thank you from all of us at the UK Watoto office for hosting the choir. We hope and pray that you were totally blessed by the children who are able to minister to you from a heart of God. The greatest lesson we can all take from these orphan children is that no matter what struggles we go through there is a hope in knowing that God’s desire is to be a loving Father to us all, we are no longer slaves to fear.
Thank you for your donations and sponsorships, we pray your seed will become fruitful and you will be blessed abundantly. If you are interested in visiting the Watoto children in Uganda please do not hesitate to get in touch as we are now planning the next trip.
Until then God bless and please share this ‘thank you’ video with everyone!
What's happening at St John's...
'Under the Sea'...
The pupils in Years 1 & 2 complete their topic on 'Ocean Odyssey' with a dance routine set to the music - Under the Sea.
St John's continued success...
On the 10th November St John's was inspected under the 'Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) by the Reverend Alison Morris. We are happy to report that the school, once again, was awarded the grade of OUTSTANDING. Thank you to all our pupils, staff, governors and parents for your continued support.
Click here to read the report
At St John's we endeavour to promote a variety of beliefs and cultures, all underpinned through our Christian ethos, which reflects the diverse nature of British society. Our curriculum is enriched through visits celebrating British values such as the trip to the National Arboretum at Alrewas, and celebrating our Queen becoming the country's longest reigning monarch and a thoughtful and reflective remembrance service - all which have also supported the learning in the classroom.
We have a democratic process by annually electing school council representatives, who in time have a pupil voice on issues such as healthy eating/living, extracurricular provision and any subject they feel important.
This month's value is:
Holidays during Term Time
"Headteachers continue to have the power to authorise leave of absence, but only in exceptional circumstances. While family holidays are enriching experiences, the school year is designed to give families the opportunity for these breaks without having to disrupt their children’s education. It is for schools to consider the specific details and relevant context behind each request".
Nick Gibb MP
If parents feel that exceptional circumstances do apply, they should put this in writing to the Head teacher, giving at least 15 working days notice. The Head teacher will consider each such request separately and independently.