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  • 28/06/21

    Political Potential

    The St John’s Politics Department are proud to share the dedicated and ambitious work of pupils across the recent academic year. With the longstanding contributions to the St John’s Politics Magazine and most recently, the exciting new addition of ‘Politicised’ The St John...
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  • 27/05/21

    Lower School Projects

    The Lower School Project forms an important part of the Lower School Enrichment programme for all pupils. We have been incredibly proud and impressed by the hard work and creativity that the Lower School pupils have put into their projects this year, culminating in a wonderful array of submissions...
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  • 04/05/21

    National Psychology Competition

    Lower Sixth psychology pupils have recently enjoyed participating in the Royal Holloway National Psychology Competition. Three teams of St John’s pupils joined a total of 36 teams from schools and colleges from across the country, to showcase their understanding of psychology with research and...
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  • 18/04/21

    A Proud Start to 2021

    St John’s pupils have shown their strength, enthusiasm and adaptability when faced with another national lockdown, online schooling, and then the return to school. Despite the national restrictions our pupils have been busy excelling in their learning and in pursuit of their own endeavours, an...
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  • 26/03/21

    St John's shortlisted for the Tes Independent School Awards 2021

    The most outstanding institutions that the independent sector has to offer have been recognised in the shortlist for the 2021 Tes Independent School Awards, which has been published today. We are delighted to announce that St John’s School has been shortlisted in the Sports Award...
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  • 21/03/21

    The Return to School

    On Monday 4 January as a nation we learnt that we would once again begin virtual learning as we entered Lockdown 3.0. At the time - despite our new-found experience of virtual learning - the weeks ahead felt somewhat daunting to us all, but as always, the fantastic effort and passion from our commun...
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  • 23/02/21

    The Performing Arts are not 'on mute' at St John’s!

    The phrase ‘You’re on mute!’ has become a standout quote from the nation's time in lockdown, but there is certainly no mute button for the ever-enthusiastic Performing Arts Department at St John's.
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  • 28/01/21

    Lower School Lockdown

    Lockdown 3.0 and virtual St John’s is well underway but the enthusiasm, creativity and intellectual curiosity on display amongst Lower School pupils remains as high as ever. 
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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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