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A place to love, learn and grow.


St John's is a Church of England Primary School

St John’s is proud to be a Church School. We aim to value, respect and nurture each individual child, ensuring children are happy in school with a sense of purpose shared by teachers, children and parents. We strive to develop children with a distinctly Christian Ethos in mind, creating a safe place to ‘Love, Learn and Grow.’

Through whole school collective worship and daily routines we work hard to reflect our 4 chosen Christian Values of Love, Honesty, Forgiveness and Kindness. 

St. John's advertises, interviews and appoints children to lead key areas across school. These include our School Council, Eco Council and Subject Ambassadors. The children of St. John's take pride in actively working together to make a genuine difference to our school and our community.

Teaching & Learning at St John's

The curriculum we offer all our children is provided through a series of planned units, which are created and implemented by our teaching staff and in line with the Primary Curriculum of 2014.

As a staff team we discuss and review our curriculum through 'Intent', 'Implementation' and 'Impact.'




 Assessment and Tracking

At St John’s Church of England Primary School formative assessment is ongoing and summative assessments take place termly. Through termly Pupil Progress Meetings, attainment is discussed and intervention programmes are implemented swiftly for targeted children where necessary. Summative assessment is recorded on our data management system, Arbor.

All staff strive to ensure the children make rapid progress.


If you would like more information on teaching and learning at St. John's please do not hesitate to contact the main office and the relevant class teacher will be in touch.