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June 2019

  • 28/06/19

    Enrichment Week

    The last week of the academic year has been an exciting one at St John’s! Pupils have been taking part in Enrichment Week activities, giving them the opportunity to travel, explore, learn and develop. Each day has been packed full of activities and trips.
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  • 25/06/19

    Revolting Rhymes

    St John’s Performing Arts Department have had a fantastic year of productions, concerts, musicals and showcases.  This academic year’s final major project was the Lower School Play, a chance for our youngest pupils to shine as they brought the inspirational imagination of Roald Dahl...
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  • 20/06/19

    An Evening of Musical Cabaret

    Following the phenomenal performances of ‘Legally Blonde: The Musical’ last term, the Performing Arts Department was delighted to present ‘Fortitude’ on the evening of 19 June. This musical theatre cabaret showcased some of St John’s most talented performers ranging fro...
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  • 20/06/19

    Art Exhibition 2019

    The Library and Art Department have been filled with a vast array of colourful and thought-provoking art this week for our annual GCSE and A level Art exhibition.
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  • 13/06/19

    OJ Centenary Day

    The sun shone, the bunting billowed and the balloons bobbed as the School welcomed more than 200 OJs and their families for a very special OJ reunion day on Sunday 9 June to celebrate the centenary anniversary of OJs returning to the School. 
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  • 05/06/19

    Hockey Continues to Flourish

    Hockey at St John’s continues to grow and flourish. With over 20 pupils representing honours above school, it is so rewarding to see the hard work and dedication of our pupils paying off with great success. It has been a fantastic year for the School; the girls finished 3rd in Surrey at U18, w...
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