Our mission is simple – to become the best school we can be, producing outstanding academic results (“Excellence for all”) and young people who will work to serve and lead others in society (“Service to Others”)
Our ethos and approach reflects the catholic nature of our school and focuses on developing the whole person so that they fulfil their God-given potential.
On this page you will find attached a powerpoint file that will detail the important information regarding the GCSE Exams taking place in November.
Please find below a link to the online ordering form for the School's Lunch options, as well as a copy of the letter that went out to parents.
We at St John's are always excited to share the wonderful work of our students, as well as all of the current events occurring in the school. As such, the school is committed to producing up-to-date newsletters to let you know about everything that is currently going on.
Please find attached below a letter detailing the how Microsoft Teams is to be used, during the instance of a Year Group Isolation.
The school is currently developing ways in which it can support the transition of Year 6 students into Year 7 in a virtual way this year. We will be providing further information on our website to help parents, carers and pupils with this important process in due course.
Please find, on this page, a link to a webpage that can provide advice and guidance for you, regarding your examination results.
An Outstanding Catholic SchoolSection 48 Inspection 2020
Pupils make an outstanding contribution to the Catholic Life of the school and derive great benefit from attending St John's.Section 48 Inspection 2020
Pupils are proud of the school and they enjoy the wide range of clubs and other activities on offer.Ofsted Inspection 2018
Behaviour throughout the school is exemplary. It reflects outstanding pastoral care for all members of the community.Section 48 Inspection 2020