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
Year 4 perform their Christmas play ‘The Little Match Girl’s Christmas’.December 14, 2020
Moz-Art! Art Scholarships have been putting the finishing touches on a music mural in our boarding house.November 26, 2020
Year 5 pupil Eleanor was inspired to write a poem about a King and his dragon – and will be delighted to learn that her work was shared and liked by world-famous writer Michael Rosen. Even more impressive is that Eleanor and her twin brother have only been with us for a number of weeks…November 19, 2020
As part of their circle topic in Maths, pupils in Years 7 and 8 recreated the Buffon’s Needle Experiment, a process used to estimate the value of Pi. Buffon’s needle is one of the oldest problems in geometric probability. First stated in 1777 by Georges-Louis Le Clerc, Comte de Buffon, it involves dropping a needle…June 25, 2020
St John’s pupils, Archie and Jemima have enjoyed painting stones for the ever-growing Chepstow rock snake. Here is a photo of the beautiful stones they have painted.June 24, 2020
In RS, Year 3 have been looking at embracing differences in the context of the Black Lives Matter movement. Their task was to produce a poster to inform others about diversity, racism and equality, focusing on how everyone is special in their own right and how we should respect that. Here are some of their…June 15, 2020
SOUTH African school children received some life-changing news, thanks to the incredibly generous pupils of St John’s on-the-Hill School in Chepstow. A huge total of £3,500 has been raised for the Isikhokelo Primary School in the Khayelitsha township, in Cape Town. The St John’s children worked incredibly hard to raise money for the school, which…June 11, 2018
Not one – but TWO – pupils from St John’s on-the-Hill school in Chepstow won silver in a national maths competition at the weekend – beating more than 5,000 others from across the country. Yan-Heng Zhang, aged seven, and Charlie Davies, aged 12, were runners-up in their respective year groups at the prestigious Pangea Maths…May 15, 2018
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View the DCSJ Christmas Carol Service 2020 on the video below – including a very special staff performance! Merry Christmas...
Mr Dobbie was delighted to receive a special visit from Kindergarten earlier this term.