Due to COVID, this term we have been unable to compete in sports matches with other schools. However, this hasn’t stopped us enjoying all sport has to offer at St John’s. Here are a few recent photos.December 16, 2020
Mr Dobbie was delighted to receive a special visit from Kindergarten earlier this term.December 14, 2020
This term, Reception enjoyed Beep Beep Day. They have been learning about road safety with lovely, practical hands-on activities. The children have learned about road signs and traffic signals, as well as how to safely cross the road.December 14, 2020
Pupils of all ages enjoy the on-site Forest School.December 14, 2020
This term, Years 6 and 7 joined a live Zoom session with poet Amerah Saleh, looking at the theme #vision from this year’s #NationalPoetryDay. The talk focused on what poetry means and how it can be used to communicate and bring people together.December 14, 2020
The boarders carve pumpkins for the Friends of St John’s Pumpkin Carving Competition 2020.December 14, 2020
From diamond mining to space travel, chaos theory to teaching old dogs new tricks; today’s Years 5 & 6 Science Fair had a bit of everything!December 14, 2020
Earlier this term, the front lawn outside Dean Close St John’s was covered in ceramic poppies, made by Year 5, to mark Remembrance Sunday.December 14, 2020
What a weekend for the boarders! Earlier this term, there was a trip to The Cornfield Project in Portskewett, curry for tea Saturday night, on Sunday a walk into Chepstow Town market for crepes and candy floss, followed by a friendly water fight back at the boarding house!December 14, 2020
Earlier this term, a socially-distanced Prize Assembly saw roles of responsibility announced. Here we have just some of those awarded prizes: The four new Heads of Houses, Head Boarder and Year 3’s form captain and School Council representatives. Well done to everyone who received something today – there’s even a photo of two of our…December 14, 2020
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We want our pupils to be curious and persistent learners; excited by, and interested in the world around them. We endeavour to develop a passion for life and place a huge focus on enquiry based learning.
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