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.
Last Thursday Patrick Barron Year 7 took part in the Kent Cooks final. He was the only student who was recognised in the judges summing up for both of his dishes. They said that his duck dish was cooked to perfection and the flavours in his apple dish were spot on. Patrick was presented with a...
1st December 2017.
Legacy 110 is a nationwide initiative supported by the Institute of Education
On November 25th the Mayor of Gravesham, Councillor Harold Craske lead a Borough Trip to Cambrai which was organised by the History Society at the school. The group included Mrs Rosemary Dymond, Deputy Lord Lieutenant, Councillor Hurley, Deputy Mayor, Councillors Lambert, Pearton and Pri...
Year 7s had, as a homework task, to create and build a castle of their choice but based on the Motte & Bailey type or the later walled castle with keep. The work produced was fascinating with several adaptions of the original concepts with a variety of building materials used ranging from card t...
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