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.
The annual Remembrance Service at the Denton Memorial was attended by a large number or people on November 8th to include the Mayor, the Deputy Lord Lieutenant, Mrs Dymond and our local Member of Parliament, Mr Holloway as well as two Headteachers, Mr Moaby of the Grammar and Mr Barron.
The whole school Remembrance Assembly launched Remembrance week at the school. Guests include the Mayor, several Councilors and D Day Veterans George Batts and Roger Driscoll.
Please see the attached letter.
On Thursday 6th June, this year's Year 8 cohort graduated.
Ten A Level students studying politics visited the Houses of Parliament in mid-January. This visit took place on the day prior to the vote on Brexit proposals. The tour of Parliament allowed the students to visit the House of Commons and the House of Lords and is specific to the A Lev...
BATTLE OF BRITAIN MEMORIAL VISIT Fifteen students from the International Club, visited the Battle of Britain Memorial, Capelle Ferne in mid-January. The International Club is aimed at students whose heritage is from other countries and is run every Thursday by Mrs Perera...
The excellent relationship among and between pupils and staff is testimony to the strong Catholic ethos that pervades the daily life of St John'sSection 48 Inspection 2014
Pupils feel valued and safe in the school. Behaviour and relationships are exceptional.Section 48 Inspection 2014