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  • 04/02/20

    Sponsored climbing Mt. Snowdon challenge by St. John’s personal award class.

    “As a collective we will be trekking Mount Snowdon as a challenge in order to raise money to provide St. Philomena’s school, located in Kenya, with a library in order for our challenge to be as successful as possible we are asking you to help us raise the funds required, any contribution...
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  • 30/01/20

    Section 48 Inspection

    Our Denominational Inspection has now been completed. We have received the results of the inspection and would like to share it with the parents of our students. It gives us great pleasure to announce that St John’s is officially recognised as an ‘Outstanding Catholic School...
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  • 27/01/20

    Prayer Week 2019

    Key Stage Three students enjoyed Prayer Week in November this academic year. Prayer is a relationship with God, that has many ways of expression. It can be about us talking to God, it can be us listening to God and it can be about us simply being with God. All are important and valuable ways of pray...
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  • 24/01/20

    A Big "Thank You" from St. Philomena's School in Kenya

    A big thank you to St. John’s Comprehensive Catholic school community - staff and students for supporting St Philomena Rising Star Academy in Kenya.  The total amount raised in July 2019 was £2,060.79; your support in the summer greatly boosted St. Philomena’s school to purcha...
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  • 02/12/19

    Resilience and Emotional Wellbeing Award

    St John's Catholic Comprehensive School has been recognised with a Kent School Award for Resilience and Emotional Wellbeing in celebration of the support it offers its young people. The school received the Award from Kent County Council’s Cabinet Member for Children, Young People and Educa...
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  • 02/12/19

    Kent Youth Elections

    he Year 12 Politics’ Group organised the  Kent Youth Elections at the School in mid-November. Of a School population of 1,220 students no less than 1,1,90 cast their vote – quite an impressive turn out! Three St John’s students stood for election to the Kent Youth Parliam...
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  • 26/11/19

    Cenotaph Remembrance

    The school enjoyed the distinction of being one of the five schools nationwide to receive an invitation to attend the Remembrance Service at the Cenotaph, Whitehall on November 11th. Mr Murphy was accompanied by Mr McNeill and four students – Callum and Shane McNeill, Harry Peach and Kamil Pej...
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  • 19/11/19

    Denton Memorial Service

    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.
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  • 19/11/19

    Remembrance Assembly

    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.
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  • 14/11/19

    Non-uniform & Odd Socks Day: Friday 15th November

    Please see the attached letter.
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  • 27/06/19

    Year 8 Graduation

    On Thursday 6th June, this year's Year 8 cohort graduated.
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  • 24/02/19

    Westminster Visit

    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...
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