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  • 30/09/19

    OJ Highgate Cemetery Walk

    St John’s School were delighted to host another of the successful London walks on Thursday 19 September, welcoming parents and OJs alike, to a guided tour of Highgate Cemetery in London.
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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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  • 07/03/19

    OJs Visit Tate Britain

    On Wednesday 6 March, a group of OJs and St John’s former parents gathered in London for the latest in our series of guided walks exploring the capital.  
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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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  • 30/10/18

    Former St John’s Student Presents Cheque to GASP Motor Project

    Cameron McKenzie, a former St John’s pupil who received the OJ Charity Award at the School’s 2018 prize giving, has chosen to donate the funds to the GASP Motor Project, an Albury-based charity supporting at risk or vulnerable students.
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  • 17/10/18

    OJ Dinner 2018

    This year’s annual OJ Dinner took place on Friday 12 October, and was a wonderful evening of celebration. Spanning the generations from the 1940s onwards, 115 OJs from eight decades were in attendance.
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  • 04/10/18

    OJ Sporting Success

    The high level of sport which St John’s pupils are renowned for does not conclude at the end of Upper Sixth. Many OJs (St John’s alumni) have taken their rugby careers to new levels after leaving school.
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