Parents


Please be aware that we have received notification from Durham County Council regarding threats made to schools across the country. Please be assured that your child’s safety is always of paramount importance to us. St John’s has not been affected by these threats and all events planned for today will continue as normal (Year 8 Progress Evening and Duke of Edinburgh Awards Evening).


Weʼre raising £2,000 to fund a building project in Iquitos, Peru as part of the Project Peru expedition during July 2018.



We are pleased to announce that Lois Addy, an independent SEND advisor and lecturer, will be leading a half day training event in North Yorkshire.

‘Developmental Coordination Disorder: The Hidden Handicap’ at Richmond School on 9th February 2018 - 9am - 1pm. This event is also relevant to parents. Please pass the leaflet on.

Places are limited - secure your place asap.

Safer Internet Day 2018 will take place on Tuesday 6th February with the slogan “Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you”.



For more sources of advice on staying safe online go to http://www.stjohnsrc.org.uk/internet-safety
As you read our newsletter, you will see that it is full of amazing accounts of how our students have made the most of their own special gifts, living life to the full, whilst supporting those less fortunate than ourselves. The joy and fulfilment that our young people generate, when they commit themselves to the many activities outlined in this newsletter, enrich our whole community and, on behalf of

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