Our Year 6 class visited Cassiobury Park to plant a group of trees as part of their Year 6 Leavers’ celebrations. Cassiobury Park has been a special part of the children’s time at St John’s Church of England Primary School and it was important that the part was included in our celebrations. The current class will be the first St John’s Year 6 Leavers and a number of events have been arranged to celebrate this milestone.Read More
Monthly Archives: March 2023
We are celebrating the joy of reading by arranging a number of exciting events for St John’s C of E Primary School Book Week. Our latest event was the Book Fair in our school hall yesterday. We showcased books by Fleur Hitchcook and local author, Nizrana Farook. Both authors attended the event and signed copies of their books.Read More
Our friendly school Leadership Team attended the Teach in Herts Recruitment Fair last Saturday. It was wonderful to meet newly qualified and experienced teachers as well as school staff who were interested in learning more about working at St John’s C of E Primary SchoolRead More
Monday The 27th of February 2023 was a football match. The St John’s football team were competing against a school called Bushey manor. We lost 11-0 but enjoyed it and had lots of fun. It was our first time playing on a big pitch but we never gave up. The star of the football team was Leandro with the best tricks in the world.
We can improve on not staying in a group and just spreading out. I hope we get invited to more amazing and fun football matches.
Match report written by Noell Year 6Read More
On Wednesday, St John’s C of E Primary School children and staff dressed up as well known book characters. Our school was filled with a variety of creative costumes, the most popular characters were Matilda, Mary Poppins, characters from Harry Potter, Charlie from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Wally from Where’s Wally?
We are looking forward to St John’s C of E Primary School Book Week, 6th-10th March 2023. We have a number of exciting book related events planned.Read More