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.
Please find below the relevant letters, regarding the wider reopening of the school for Years 10 & 12. You can also find the Home-School Agreement regarding COVID-19 attached below.
The page for Year 6 students that will be beginning Year 7 in September is now online!
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.
Dear Parents/Carers and Pupils, Below is a letter from Mr Barron, regarding the recent government announcements on the safe return to school. Thank you and stay safe.
St. John’s Gymnastics Squad travelled to Stoke-on-Trent in March to compete in the National Finals of the Milano Team Trios competition, representing the South East region in a number of categories. The opposing competition was fierce, but the consistency of the gymnasts and the innovative cho...
If you currently benefit from any mental health support provided by Kooth, the service will still be available to all 10-16 year olds in Kent (with exception to Medway, Dartford, Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells).
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