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Thank you for your support and attendance at the Information Evening on Tuesday 5 February, 2019. Please find below links to the presentations and materials that were shared. If you have any further queries, please feel free to get in touch with Mrs Wilkinson.
St John's are currently 10th in the world for our scores and progress on the global language learning website Language Nut.

Points only last for 30 days so students should keep accessing Language Nut to build up their points, earn rewards and practice for their upcoming assessments or exams.


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Invitation
At Home with Heritage Project
A Celebration of Achievement


Wednesday 13 February, 6.30pm
(exhibition open to view from 5.30pm)




St John's students are busy preparing for their annual concert at Bishop Auckland Town Hall, Monday 11 February at 6.30pm. The concert is themed all around love and promises to be a superb evening as students will showcase the school choir, orchestra, rock bands and a number of vocal and instrumental solo's.
Tickets are on sale from main reception priced £5 and £3 concessions. this concert is usually a sell out so don't be slow!

Ofsted will be in school on Tuesday 29 January, 2019. If you wish to respond to their survey please follow this link:

https://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/



We're going back to Wembley on Saturday 2nd March 2019. We will be travelling by coach from different points in the diocese. Please contact Emma Ramsey, School Chaplain, for tickets.


Dear Students, Families and Friends of St John’s,

In this season of Advent, the acts of giving and receiving are at the very heart of Christmas and, this year, our students and staff have participated in many activities, which have supported individuals both within and beyond our learning community.

On behalf of all the Governors and staff at St John’s, I would like to wish you and your families a very happy and peaceful Christmas.

Best wishes,

Come and join the Great Advent Windows Christmas Stories and Carols Walk on Monday 24 December
Follow the trail and see St John's beautiful Peru window at the Town Hall!




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