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  • 11/12/20

    'Tis the Season

    2020 has of course been a year like no other, and as we draw the Autumn Term to a close, we reflect on the unwavering strength of our community, and the joy of being together this term.  Despite the challenges we have endured this term, the adaptability of our pupils and staff has been incredib...
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  • 04/12/20

    Performing Arts Goes Virtual!

    This term the Performing Arts Department has driven forward despite all the challenges presented by bubbles and technology!  The pupils have valiantly stepped up, performing to the camera and a few members of staff instead of a packed Chapel or auditorium filled with encouragement from our...
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  • 17/11/20

    Pride and Passion

    We are proud of the resilience and adaptability our pupils have shown amidst the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The strength of our community has been incredible, and we have been very impressed with the enthusiasm and vigour with which our pupils have approached their learning and further activities.
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  • 11/11/20

    Remembrance 2020

    To mark Armistice Day on Wednesday 11 November, Sixth Form pupils and accompanying staff stood together both safely and solemnly on the Quad, taking a poignant moment to pause, reflect and remember during the Act of Remembrance.  
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  • 09/11/20

    The Four Pillars Podcast

    Over the last few years podcasts have seen a marked rise in popularity, as they have become a fantastic way to engage with news, topics and content whilst allowing listeners to keep busy.
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  • 06/11/20

    CCF Field Day

    On Thursday 15 October, cadets in the Lower Fifth across all three sections (Army, Navy and RAF) took part in their first exciting field day of the academic year. This was a fantastic opportunity to immerse themselves in the activities of their chosen section and parade in uniform for the...
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  • 02/11/20

    U15 England Rugby National Vase Competition Success

    The St John’s U15 boys’ 2019-20 rugby season was hugely successful, with the team triumphant in 14 of their 19 fixtures. The team won against several strong opponents including Brighton College (27-21), RGS Guildford (15-7) and Eastbourne College (21-14).
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  • 16/10/20

    Virtual House Singing Competition

    To mark the end of the first half of the Autumn Term, we were delighted to virtually enjoy the hotly contested House Singing Competition, with pre-recorded videos pupils were able to watch all of the entries and the adjudication via video link on Friday 16 October.
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  • 05/10/20

    Freedom Creative Writing and Art Competition

    As the nation plunged into the national lockdown, Head of English, Mr Kelway and Head of Art, Mrs Burrett developed positive ways to keep our pupils and their families in high spirits. Despite the challenges the Covid-19 pandemic has presented, our community spirit has never been stronger. During th...
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  • 24/09/20

    Introducing our new School Captains

    There is no shortage of ways in which St John’s pupils acquire, refine and develop their leadership skills during their time at the School. Our older pupils act as role models throughout their time at the School and in their final year of Sixth Form, alongside being representatives for their h...
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  • 10/09/20

    Lower Third Adventures

    During the first week of the academic year, our new Lower Third pupils enjoyed an adventure filled two days spent enjoying fun activities at school and at High Ashurst Outdoor Education Centre, Dorking.
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  • 28/08/20

    Back to School September 2020

    The start of a new school year is always an exciting time but this year it is even more highly anticipated after months when most pupils and staff have been working remotely.  A busy summer of preparations mean that St John’s is now ready to welcome pupils and staff back to site – s...
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