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February 2019

  • 28/02/19

    Team Spirit

    The St John’s house system is at the heart of school life.  Our houses not only provide a welcoming, home-from-home space for day and boarding pupils, they add an extra dimension of fun and friendship. Opportunities to lead, represent and support their house gives each pupil the chance to...
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  • 25/02/19

    Junior Netball Tournament

    On Monday 25 February, we were delighted to welcome a number of local prep schools to St John's School for our annual Junior Netball Tournament. 
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  • 15/02/19

    Pupils Hunt for the Higgs Boson at CERN

    Lower and Upper Sixth pupils from St John’s School have been inspired by a visit to CERN, home of the Large Hadron Collider.
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  • 12/02/19

    Settling In and Making Friends

    They say time flies when you are having fun and, as we approach Spring Half Term, that certainly seems to be true in Lower School.  It feels like no time at all since the beginning of September when an eager new Lower Third year group joined St John’s. They arrived in the uncharted territ...
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  • 10/02/19

    Updates from the UCAS Desk

    As our Upper Sixth pupils approach the final stages of their academic studies, we have been delighted to see this year group receive a fantastic array of offers following their UCAS applications.  
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  • 07/02/19

    Vocal Performance Masterclass

    We were thrilled to welcome back OJ and one of the Royal Opera House's Jette Parker Young Artists, Dominic Sedgwick, to work with our young singers on Thursday 7 February.
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  • 01/02/19

    A Rising Star

    At St John’s we are always interested to hear the inspiring stories of the lives that our OJs go on to lead after leaving school and Rowena Cole, The Head, was recently delighted to meet with OJ Leah Chowdhry (South 2008-2010) to talk about her significant fundraising activity.
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