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During the Christmas Holidays Staff and Sixth Form students from St John's packed bags at Sainsbury's and raised £1200 for Peru.

The Year 11 Progress Evening scheduled for Thursday 17th February 2011 has been rearranged for Tuesday 15th February 2011

It's very easy - we have registered with easyfundraising.org to shop with over 2000 well known retailers like Amazon, Argos, M&S, eBay, John Lewis and many more and whenever you buy something, the retailer donates money to us. Yes - it really is that simple! It's completely free and your shopping won't cost you a penny more.

We would like to thank you all for supporting your children in what has been a very busy term.

St John's Catholic School & Sixth Form Centre will be CLOSED today - Friday 3rd December 2010

Please check regularly for updated information

Present:

Joanne Falconer Camilla Coultard
Nicky Cummins Lisa Byron
Liz Tallentire Marie Matthews
Joanne Brown Julie Mackenley
Frank O'Neill  
Gerard Moran  

Apologies:

 
Anne Rossi

Election of Officers

Another year's committed fundraising culminated in Project Peru 2010 in which a group of 25 Sixth Form students and 5 staff joined Joe Plumb to work in some of the most deprived areas of Lima's shanty towns.

It gives me great pleasure to attach the report on the Catholic Life of St John's Catholic School & Sixth Form Centre and Curriculum Religious Education, following the Diocesan Inspection which took place on 8 & 9 June 2010.

Yet again, you will see that the school achieved an outstanding report which reflects the strong partnership which exists between home, school and parish.

This Summer term has been a time of great celebrations here at St John's. On 25 May 2010, following two days of rigorous inspection by the Ofsted team, the school was proclaimed as 'An Outstanding School'.

 

Arts Council England has awarded an Artsmark Gold Award to St John's in recognition of the school’s commitment to, and excellence in, Arts Education.

The school has been involved in a pilot Arts based scheme called the 'Cultural Hub' which involved a budget of over £20,000 resulting in the provision of a wide variety of Arts-based activities.

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