Welcome to St John's Primary School. We are proud to be the parish school of St John. We are a one form entry school with 195 pupils aged from 3-11. We aim to create a positive learning environment that nurtures, supports and inspires each of our pupils to develop into enthusiastic, caring and successful learners.
Look .... the honesty box has been stocked up today with fresh home made marmalade! many thanks to Karen Slatter for donating these to us, you are very kind. We also have some flower pots, vases and candle holders looking for a new home so please pop along and have a look this weekend if you are passing.Like Us on Facebook
We are pleased to inform you that school reports for pupils in Year Reception up to Year 6 will be distributed on Monday, please keep an eye open and have a look in your child's book bag after school. For separated parents, we will be sending these by post to ensure both parents receive a copy. Unfortunately due to Covid restrictions, we are unable to hold our 'normal' parent consultations at this present time however, if you do have a concern with your child's report and wish to speak with your child's class teacher to discuss the report please email email@example.com before Wednesday 27th at the latest as we do have a limited number of appointments available which we will allocate to you. Thank you for your understanding at this usual time.Like Us on Facebook
Dear Parents and Carers, It is wonderful to send an email with exciting and not COVID- 19 focused news. After 15 years of sweat, toil, frustration and disbelief, Chris Taylor has just confirmed that Field 525 has been passed by the powers that be in the Government of Jersey. Soon, St John's School will have access to its own field for sport, play, science investigations, etc. Parents involved with fighting relentlessly for the field, have also had this news confirmed. What a wonderful beginning to our weekend. Tonight, I will open that bottle of bubbly, that I have been saving for a special occasion. We will be sending Olivia and Max to each class to tell them the news. They spoke so clearly and passionately at the Inquiry and emphasised the importance of pupil voice. I am very grateful to our parents who have stood beside this project all the way through and fought our corner, often experiencing frustrating meetings and unexpected delay. I am grateful to Chris Taylor and the support of the Parish, in helping St John's School achieve this dream. Have a good weekend, Trudie De La Haye | Head TeacherLike Us on Facebook